How to Find Associated Domains and Domain WHOIS Information Using SurfaceBrowser™
In previous articles, we’ve shown you some of the powerful features of our enterprise-grade product SurfaceBrowser™, such as How to analyze SSL certificates. We’ve also written about the new Explore feature, that allows you to jump between different data-sets of information from our intelligence database. Today we will dig into two additional features: SurfaceBrowser™ Associated Domains and WHOIS historical information.
Exploring Google Hacking Techniques
Some time ago we wrote an interesting post about the OSINT concept and its importance in the security researching world, showing how easy it is to get information from publicly available sources on the Internet. Last week one of our developers shared an interesting link he found — one that was exposing many supposedly “private” resources from different websites.
Domain Tools: top DNS, IP and Domain utilities to investigate any website
Domain names are one of the top things you will check when it comes to a cybersecurity investigation. They are the key to open a treasure trove that, when analyzed correctly, may reveal deep secrets about the company, individuals, servers, IPs, network technology and DNS zones behind the TLD.
Every packet has a story: Speaking with Andrew Morris from GreyNoise Intelligence
Imagine this scenario: You’re at a security operation center, looking through your firewall and Nginx logs, and you see an IP address scanning your network. Is it someone targeting you specifically or just mass scanning? How can you be sure either way? How can you know with certainty which incidents really matter?
New Feature: Explore for SurfaceBrowser™
Exploring any companies’ public footprint & finding shadow infrastructure.
WHOIS History: The Importance of WHOIS Records in the Infosec Industry
Domain names are collectively one of the most essential components of the Internet. Without them we wouldn’t be able to send an email, connect to social networks and of course, browse any web pages available on the net.
lnkr: The New Malicious Browser Extensions Campaign Spreading Across the Net
In 1995, Netscape, with its classic NPAPI technology, became the first browser to support extensions. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera did the same a few years later, between 1999 and 2009.
New SecurityTrails API integration with R programming language
Since our beginning, we always believed that a good API service was fundamental to offer the best possible solution for developers and entrepreneurs.
Product Update: SurfaceBrowser and Stats
Today, we’re presenting a series of updates to SurfaceBrowser™ product and the free tools on SecurityTrails.
Analyzing SSL Certificates with SurfaceBrowser
SSL certificates have been in use for decades, but in recent years we’ve seen a tremendous boost in SSL orders from all the major providers. Nowadays, SSL certificates play a critical role in the cybersecurity industry.