uses some of the syntax in Google to provide us with more information (and of course to those who are accustomed to attacks) more than they want. Here are some of the common syntax.
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to the content of the text in the page of the characters as search criteria, such as input in Google: intext: ERP net love, will return all contain " in Web text; love ERP network " ".
uses intext like.
and the intext above almost, search for what we’re looking for characters, page titles such as search: intitle: safety angel, will return to the "safe angel" contains all the web pages in the title page. Similarly, allintitle is similar to intitle.
searches for caches of certain content in Google, and may sometimes find something good.
searches for the definition of a word. Search: define:hacker returns the definition of hacker.
, I’d like to recommend something, whether it’s a net attack or what we’re going to say later, search for the specified type of file. For example, the input: iletype:doc will return all the files doc at the end of URL. Of course, if you look for.Bak,.Mdb or.Inc, you can also get more information.
searches for some basic information about the specified site.
searches if the characters we specify exist in URL. For example, input: inurl:admin will return N connections like this: http://s.xxx.com/xxx/admin. URL is good for landing administrators. Allinurl is similar to inurl and can specify multiple characters.
, for example, search: inurl:www.loveerp.com can return all URL links that have been linked to www.loveerp.com.
is also useful, for example: site:www.zywz123.com. will return all the U> associated with the zywz123.com station