SecurityTrails Blog

Recon Safari #1: A Closer Look at Friendemic’s Data Breach.
SecurityTrails Blog · Oct 19 · by Sara Jelen

Recon Safari #1: A Closer Look at Friendemic’s Data Breach

We’ve been having some Friday fun running SecurityTrails Recon Safari on Twitter. Over the past few months, we’ve conducted over 30 successful investigations that were easy to research thanks to SecurityTrails API™ and SurfaceBrowser™. And as a result, Recon Safari began in the form of long Twitter threads, eventually evolving into fun and digestible infographics, ultimately followed by a writeup on our blog.

Residential Evil: Addressing the Role of Anonymization Infrastructure in Cybercrime with Tom Kilmer from Spur.
SecurityTrails Blog · Oct 06 · by Sara Jelen

Residential Evil: Addressing the Role of Anonymization Infrastructure in Cybercrime with Tom Kilmer from Spur

In recent years, more emphasis is put on privacy concerns and data security while online. The shields at the forefront of this battle for privacy and secure internet access are VPNs and proxies, and more notably residential IP proxies. While claiming to offer anonymization to users, residential proxies also account for some security issues.