So I have used Cloudflare for sometime now and recently I was mad aware of a vulnerability that I am sure is known to most of you but not to me so I am coming here for advice on how to circumvent this issue and remain secure with my IP addresses.
I own a Dedicated Server with several VPSs created within all having different IPs. For the sake of this lets say VPS 1 is
I have some A records created in cloudflare that are proxied through cloudflare of course. Now when I did this I setup my
A record and had it point to IP
18.104.22.168 and what not so naturally if you ping
subdomain.domain.com if showed cloudflares ip and not
22.214.171.124 HOWEVER if you go to cloudflare as another user and try and link
domain.com you can pull my DNS records and see the IP address
My question is how do people set it up so that the ip they point to in cloudflares panel is cloudflares ip?? I have seen it before with a friend who had a VPS with IP
126.96.36.199 and when I looked at his A records with subdomains they were pointed to cloudflares IP and not the IP
188.8.131.52 I hoped I explained this well.