What is a DNS Leak? How can I prevent it?
At SecurityTrails we analyze DNS servers, along with their records, domains and IP addresses, to bring you the ultimate cybersecurity treasure trove for identifying and preventing infosec issues on your company’s websites and apps. Some time ago, we published a great guide on how to prevent DNS server attacks, and today we’re moving one step forward: to explore how to prevent DNS leaks, which became a pretty popular topic with the end of the net neutrality months ago.
Firefox DNS over SSL and Cloudflare public resolvers: What you need to know
The net neutrality is dead. It is sad, but true. With this new regulation, ISPs are able to manage customer traffic as they like, and this has raised many questions and concerns over users privacy in the past months.
8 tips to prevent DNS attacks
The DNS is the heart and soul of the internet. It's like a giant phonebook that your computer uses to map hostnames to IP addresses in order to interact with public services such as websites.
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.
New Feature: Searching WHOIS Data Using Mailing Addresses
From the beginning, DNSTrails and SecurityTrails have provided several ways to filter domain names in our big, intelligent database. Some of these ways include using the hostname of any domain, an IP, or any keyword. But we want to make your life even easier when you need to find critical information.