SecurityTrails Meets Gigasheet: Taking Your Recon Analysis to a Whole New Level
Humans, in most cases, are not built to process and conceptualize data in any significant measure or speed.
Open and Exposed Databases: Risks and Mitigation Techniques Explained
Databases are among the most important parts of a web application. Almost every action performed on your web application involves using a database in some form to determine what to perform next, to store a user’s input, or to give a user information. These three user interactions form the most essential functions that a web application performs.
WHOIS History Update: Get the Full Historical View of a Company’s WHOIS records
Today we’re excited to announce several improvements in our WHOIS historical records that take our data to the next level, so you can analyze any domain name ownership information more efficiently.
Announcing New Features in Attack Surface Intelligence
Today we are happy to introduce the new Explorer Tab for ASI. This new version redefines the concept of asset exploration, providing even more detailed information about any of your digital assets, to help you perform attack surface data analysis in a much better way.
AutoRecon: A Multi-Threaded Network Reconnaissance Tool
With organizations’ digital footprints growing larger and larger, network recon and the enumeration of services available over the public internet has become a critical area in the security of an organization. And given the increased number of vulnerabilities and threats targeting web applications, performing automated recon and service enumeration is ever more important.
Introducing Associated Domains v2
Today at SecurityTrails we’re announcing an upgrade to our Associated Domains API endpoint and functionality inside of SurfaceBrowser™ and Attack Surface Reduction.
Uniscan: An RFI, LFI, and RCE Vulnerability Scanner
When scanning remote hosts and web applications, the danger of file inclusion attacks is an important consideration, particularly when dealing with web applications that support plugins such as WordPress.
Nmap Cheat Sheet - Reference Guide
If the Nmap project had a motto, it would be Scanning Done Right.