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How to query the dns using python, and how to analyze the passive dns data packet for ddos attack?

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Please give me some idea about how we can query the DNS
How you have divided the passive dns functioning into two parts as recursor and resolver.
Can you please give some idea about how they function, and when they are employed after the query is submitted to the pdns
How the data packet will be analyzed for ddos attack.

posted Mar 11, 2016 by Naveen Pandey

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Did not get your query at all, how it is python query. Can you describe the problem more? i.e. who is quering to whom what is the scenario, what is expected and what r u getting.

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