SecurityTrails Blog · Jul 30 · Troy Mursch & SecurityTrails Team How to use reverse DNS records to identify mass scanners Search engine crawlers, botnets, and mass scanners are constantly probing the entire IPv4 space of the internet. Determining which incoming traffic is “friendly” is an ongoing task for network administrators and information security professionals. SecurityTrails Blog · Jul 24 · SecurityTrails team Top 5 Wordpress Vulnerability Scanners In the past blog posts we've been writing about OSINT Tools, and also about how to prevent DNS attacks when you are running your own DNS servers, and today we are focusing on Wordpress Security. SecurityTrails Blog · Jul 16 · SecurityTrails team URLScan.io: the best way to scan any website Intel gathering and data reconnaissance are one of the first steps in any security investigation. There are a lot of OSINT tools to use in your daily infosec tasks — and we will keep sharing our best tools with you. SecurityTrails Blog · Jun 14 · SecurityTrails team Announcing our SecurityTrails + Phantom app integration Some time ago we wrote about our SecurityTrails Splunk plugin - and today, we are super excited to announce the immediate availability of a new integration: SecurityTrails for Phantom. SecurityTrails Blog · Jun 04 · BadPacketsReports & SecurityTrails Team Cryptojacking campaigns continue to target vulnerable websites Over the last seven months, we've witnessed a large growth in malicious cryptocurrency mining operations. This activity, commonly known as cryptojacking, steals the computational (CPU) resources of victims' device to mine cryptocurrency.