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Find a website with unknown letters/digits


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I have an image (from a CTF challenge) and it contains a very small text, which I believe refers to a website (duh, it is ending with .com).

There are 6 letters I cannot read properly (after using edge-detection filters with GIMP).

I tried iterating over {a..z} {0..9} with bash, and use curl to retrieve the http status code, but this is all terribly slow.

I'm wondering if there is not a better way to find if a site exists, for instance using nmap or some other tool.

Are there any tools that can take a domain name pattern or read a list of domains from stdin?

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