Questions tagged [google-dorks]

Google dorks are combinations of special search operators that are used to extract some valuable information from Google

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Tool to prepare report of security auditing [closed]

I was doing dorking on my friend's website to make sure there is no leak of information that is not meant to be. I found domains and sub-domains in search results. Is their a tool which can help me ...
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What file types might be vulnerable to SQL injection? [closed]

I am learning about SQL injection and Google dorks. I have seen that there are three file types that can be vulnerable to SQL injection, .php, .aspx and one more. I can't find the third one... The ...
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SQLmap error (what happen if i have no parameters)

I have an error when I use sqlmap. The problem is: I use this dork https://www.exploit-db.com/ghdb/4301/ but I do not know how to use sqlmap with this type of sql injection. I use the classic: ...
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Appending multiple Google dorks in a single query

My goal is to look up multiple vulns in a single google search for a particular site. (Because google makes me pay for more than 100 search api calls per day). Let's say I have 3 dorks: index of /...
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Google search: Is it possible to search sites by value of tag attribute? [closed]

Is it possible to search sites by value of HTML tag attribute? I'm looking for something like this: intext: <meta version="SomeCMS 3.2.6"/> But in this case intext doesn't works.
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Using google dorks for a specific site?

I need to see if a site I am testing is vulnerable to any of the multiple Google dorks that are available at sites like this and this. Traditionally, one uses a 'dork' by searching "Index of/"+c99....
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How to use information from GHDB and FSDB (Google-Dorks)?

I am new to information security and analysis. Recently, I came across FSDB (Foundstone database) and GHDB (Google Hacking database) while exploring the McAfee Foundstone Sitedigger tool. What are ...