CMS Detector: What CMS a Website is Using and the Best Tools to Find Out
Whether you’re an online marketer doing market research, a developer, a security researcher or an SEO specialist, you must have asked yourself the question ‘what CMS is this website using?’ Or maybe you find yourself simply wanting to build a website—and you’re interested in knowing which technology works best for different types of projects.
ASN Lookup Tools, Strategies and Techniques
When we created SecurityTrails we did it because we couldn’t find an all-in-one cybersecurity tool that could integrate all the things we needed: IPs, domain names, DNS records, open ports, SSL certificates, network information, and the ability to pivot and cross-relate all that information in a single interface.
What is Reverse DNS? Top Tools for Performing a Reverse DNS Lookup
In our blog we’ve been writing a lot about IP and WHOIS lookup for both domains and subdomains, showing how easy it is to fetch data when it comes to IP addresses and domain names. But there was a missing link in this chain… and that is the reverse DNS.
New Features at SecurityTrails
Whenever we introduce new features, the most valuable information we rely on is customer feedback. So you asked, and we delivered — today we’re introducing updates to our existing Feeds and API as well as a new Status page.
How to extract SSL data from any website
With the rise of SSL certificates, markets and tools, new threats have also emerged from the Internet. Today, talking about SSL certificates and SSL encryption has become somewhat normal among web designers, web developers and even simple IT users from other digital markets.
Building and Nurturing Company Culture with a Remote Team
Remote work is on the rise. More and more companies are ditching the idea of a physical office in favor of a fully remote team, especially in cybersecurity and IT in general. But despite the many benefits of working from home and creating your own style of work-life balance, we sometimes forget about the various challenges it brings.
From Scuba and Submarines to DDoS: Diving in with Jose Hernandez from Splunk
After a long day at work, what do you do when you come home? You might catch up on reading the latest tech trends and research, work on learning new programming languages, or any other activities that will advance your career. While this is all helpful for your professional life, having hobbies can be beneficial to every aspect of your life, including your career.
Whois IP: Top 4 tools to perform a WHOIS IP Lookup
Ever since the beginning of the Internet, a key component driving its ongoing progress has been the IP address. That’s right, we’re talking about that magical number behind networks, servers and virtual operating systems.
Rumble Network Discovery: A Powerful Cloud-Based Infosec Mapping Platform
Network discovery is an essential part of both network management and cyber threat intelligence tasks, with the former often conducted by a network or system administrator, and the latter performed by infosec researchers and penetration testers.
Accepting the Irrationality Of Biases in InfoSec: Interview with Kelly Shortridge
The human brain is incredibly complex and powerful, but as with everything powerful, it comes with its own set of limitations. As humans, we’re not always as rational in our decision making as we’d hope to be. It’s unreasonable to think InfoSec professionals are an exception to this rule.