Malicious domains registered in the wake of Hurricane Florence
Hurricane Florence is hitting North and South Carolina, and despite reports of over 20 human lives lost as victims of this horrific reality, we are sadly aware of scammers attempting to exploit the fear and kindness of good people who wish to help and donate to the victims and organizations.
Risks of modern free SSL certificates and stale DNS records
SSL certificates have been embraced by a lot of websites in the past, but in the last four years, the SSL adoption has grown tremendously.
Pincoin.io: The $660 Million Scam ICO Business
Pincoin was one of the most promising Vietnamese cryptocurrencies business models for investors — up until a few days ago.
Popular Domain Privacy Guard Email Address Schemes
Domain Privacy guard email services can be used to hide the real identity of the domain owner, along with the email address and other contact information. Here we take look into the different strategies for guarding your identity.
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.
Uncovering 5,707 Hilton Empire’s Domain Names
Some time ago, our team wrote a very cool post about 3,450 Trump Family's Registered Domains. Today we continue our journey, revealing another massive domain registration by a famous US based company.
3,450 Trump Family’s Registered Domains Exposed
Days ago, we were surprised by our findings about how FBI.gov is proxied through Cloudflare, as well as many other cool things about this most famous US law agency. Today we have new interesting information about the Trump empire.
More complete coverage for UK, AU, SE and NU Top level domains
Big news: our intelligent DNS & WHOIS database is now supporting new country based TLD extensions.
Finding Phishing Domains with DNSTrails
A few days ago we wrote an article demonstrating how anyone could easily have fun finding keyword based domains. And today we believe we can present you another showcase on how useful this could be for companies who are looking to protect their brand, and avoid phishing over the Internet.
Fun with Partial Domain Search
DNSTrails and SecurityTrails allow you to explore the details of your domain names and IPs, or the ones used by your competition as we've seen in previous posts.