Blog Home SecurityTrails Blog · Feb 26 · SecurityTrails team Using SecurityTrails free API tier for Bug Bounty programs Bug bounty programs are pretty popular in the software developer communities around the world. The way it works is pretty simple: developers find and report bugs to the company who owns and runs the software, and get recognition and, in most cases, a compensation for that useful help. SecurityTrails Blog · Feb 21 · SecurityTrails team Finding the IP address of a website behind Cloudflare Cloudflare and other reverse proxy services can make websites faster and safer. One of the benefits of these services is that they add a layer of anonymity to mask a website's hosting provider and other details. SecurityTrails Blog · Feb 19 · SecurityTrails team Finding the Most Popular Websites in a City In previous posts, we’ve shown how useful SecurityTrails can be to search the WHOIS database using mailing addresses. And today, we have something really cool to show you that is directly related to the geographic location of any website. SecurityTrails Blog · Feb 06 · SecurityTrails team SecurityTrails Add-On for Splunk Days ago we wrote a post where we showed how fast and easy it is to interact with our cool API to retrieve domains, IP addresses, and Whois information. Today, we have some exciting news: The release of an open source SecurityTrails Splunk Add-On. SecurityTrails Blog · Jan 30 · SecurityTrails team Using DNSTrails to move servers Our DNS tool can help in your SysAdmin and DevOps tasks while migrating from one server to another, especially when you have lots of “dead” domains on these hosts.