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    Google Hacking Using Commands

    Not by Me But E-D Introduction
    So, you are at the point where you understand exploiting, its possible you could get into any website you want into, and really all you want to do is have some fun playing around with stuff. Well this is the tutorial for you. This is what I do when I am sitting around, or feeling bored and wanting to find information or learn somthing new. Recently a friend of mine (ccc-88) aka Freeze. (which you will be hearing from and seeing alot more of soon) well anyways we found the manager of a proxy that was at a university and had pretty much complete control of the proxy, we had options to read any outgoing and incoming packets, view all the log information, view authentication information, etc etc. And we found all this, thats right, using google. So sit back, relax, you have learned alot, now it's time to have some fun.

    Google commands
    These are really not difficult to understand and memorize, in fact you may already know a few of these commands and be a step ahead of me. If you don't then you are in for some fun, this is not difficult and using this method to hack does not make you an uber 1337 hacker, lol. Anyways on to the commands.

    filetype
    Filetype can be used to only look for files with a specific extension. For example lets say you are looking for a song on google and you don't want to sort through pages, you would rather just have google list all mp3's that have to do with your search. In your search you would put:
    filetype:mp3
    Yeah its that simple, now google will only list mp3's. But you need more information than just that, such as details about what you are looking for. Then you would use the + and -.
    + and -
    Plus and minus can be used to only list things that contain certain text or that does not have certain text. Let's assume again you are looking for a "50 cent" mp3 (50 cent is a rap artist for those that do not know). What you would do is use your knowledge of filetype but also use plus. Your search would look like this:
    "+50 cent" filetype:mp3
    Now the exact same works for the minus sign except it lists pages that do NOT contain the text. Get it? Got it? Good. Now we will get a bit more technical, stick with me because I am getting to the hacking part.
    intitle
    This is the command used to look between the <title> tags and </title> tags for certain text. Lets say you wanted to list all sites that had the word "Ham" in the title of the page, your search would look like this:
    intitle:ham
    Yeah that isn't that great but what about directory listing's? Such as index of... or management or administration or whatnot. Stick with me, just one more command and then I will peice this all together.
    site
    This is the command you use to only list sites based on their ending. Such as .com or .org or .edu or .gov or whatnot. If you only wanted to list .com's your search would contain this:
    site:com
    Not too hard eh? Got all the commands down? If not go through them again, they arent too hard to learn. Now on to the fun stuff.

    Linking the information
    Now if you are any good with php or have installed scripts before, have you ever seen a config file that had a .inc extension? Do you know the php code to connect to a mysql database, if not stick with me because you will understand soon. Lets say I put the following search into google:
    "+mysql_connect" filetype:inc
    What do you think I will get in return? That's right a huge list of .inc files, most of which are configuration files for php scripts on websites, now mysql_connect_db is the php code used to connect to a sql database with a username and password. Now if I tell google to only list pages with that in it, as I did above, I should recieve quite a few configuration files that list the MySQL database usernames and passwords and information right there in the file. Now play around, want to look for a database full of login ID's and passwords? No problem with google! simply do a quick run on this search:
    "+login id" filetype:xls
    XLS is the extension used for microsoft excel documents. :-D. I hope you have some fun with this, my other tutorials are kind of strict and somewhat boring so I decided to write one that you guys could have some fun with when youre just sitting around. Enjoy.
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    Okay first off it's really not a good idea to post somebody else's tutorial in either of the two Forums dedicated to tutorials. This is for AO members' fine [or not] work only, other tuts should be posted as links or what have you... There's already a tutorial around about what you're talking about:

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=257512

    I recommend using the tutorial index that's on the homepage of the site before submitting any work, just to make sure you're not covering almost the same points as somebody else [by all accounts if one tutorial about a topic has been posted read it and, if you have something else in mind, write your own; but don't make it seem like a rephrase of the same thing].

    I see you're trying to post a lot but not really trying to understand the FAQ... people on AO will be patient for a while, but I woulldn't push it if I were you
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    what is up with this guy?
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    I don't see what the big deal is. It isn't posted in the tutorial section and he isn't taking credit for it.

    Are you saying that everything you have ever posted on these forums is 100% origonal, never branching from anyone else, not even learned experience?

    It's in the discussion forum, so let's discuss the topic and heart of the matter rather than bicker and argue over who killed who.
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    And here is the opposite:
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=260714

    It's amazing how Google has created a new form of skiddie.

    -btw, handles aren't a really good way to cite a source... next time use a URL and give the author the hits...

    http://penguin-skills.com/index.php?...e=viewart&id=4
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    It isn't posted in the tutorial section and he isn't taking credit for it.
    It was and it got moved by me. Generally if you see a post like hypronix but it appears that it's not in either Tutorials section, you can bet it got moved.
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    Why my Tutorial was moved by the moderator however remains a question?Is there any way that i can share good articles with members of antionline w/o getting deleted,and finally atleast i had the decency to spk the truth,
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    Tutorials for the tutorials section are supposed to be written by you. Other tutorials -- written by others -- can always be posted (with original source information ie., where you got it) in the appropriate forum. Please note that this tutorial WAS NOT deleted but just moved into a more appropriate forum.
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