How to find the hostname for a domain behind Cloudflare DNS

Finding out what the hostname is for a website using Cloudflare is pretty easily actually. You'll need root access to a linux server with curl that is resolving to the Internet correctly. From there you simple run the command:

curl -v -H "Host: domain name"

It will simply post the domain's hostname.


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