Blog Home SecurityTrails Blog · Mar 14 · SecurityTrails team Wrong Bind Configuration Exposes the Complete List of Russian TLD's to the Internet DNS is one of the most important services of the net — it’s the heart and soul of the Internet as we know it. And when DNS servers are not well configured, they can easily be exploited to gain important information about their DNS zones and records. SecurityTrails Blog · Mar 06 · SecurityTrails team Exploring Google DNS zone, record by record Days ago playing with DNSTrails we discovered some new gems to share with you, this time from Google.com. Let’s explore the list. SecurityTrails Blog · Mar 02 · SecurityTrails team New SecurityTrails SpiderFoot plugin Today, we are excited to announce the immediate availability of our new SecurityTrails SpiderFoot plugin. 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.