-: Google Hacking :-
1) And (+) :- This operator is used
to include multiple terms in a query which is to be searched in google.
example:- if we type "hacker+yahoo+science" in google search box
and click search, it will reveal the results something which are related
to all the three words simultaneously i.e. hacker, yahoo and science.
2 ) OR (|) :- The OR operator, represented by symbol( |
) or simply the word OR in uppercase letters, instructs google to locate
either one term or another term in a query.
3) NOT :- It is opposite of AND operator, a NOT operator excludes
a word from search.
example:- If we want to search websites containing the terms google and
hacking but not security then we enter the query like "google+hacking"
1) Intitle :- This operator searches
within the title tags.
examples:- intitle:hacking returns all pages that have the string "hacking"
in their title.
intitle:"index of" returns all pages that have string "index
of" in their title.
Companion operator:- "allintitle".
2) Inurl :- Returns all matches, where url of the pages
contains given word.
example:- inurl:admin returns all matches, where url of searched pages must
contains the word "admin".
Companion operator:- "allinurl".
3) Site :- This operator narrows search to specific website.
It will search results only from given domain. Can be used to carry out
information gathering on specific domain.
example:- site:www.microsoft.com will find results only from the domain
4) Link :- This operator allows you to search for pages
that links to given website.
Here, each of the searched result contains asp links to www.microsoft.com
5) Info :- This operator shows summary information for
a site and provides links to other google searches that might pertain to
6) Define :- This operator shows definition for any term.
It gives various definitions for the word "security" in different
manner from all over the world.
7) Filetype :- This operator allows us to search specific
files on the internet. The supported file types can be pdf, xls, ppt, doc,
txt, asp, swf, rtf, etc..
example:- If you want to search for all text documents presented on domain
www.microsoft.com then we enter the query something like following.
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