How to hack passwords using Google Search

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unlockIf you are not a seasoned hacker and you want to know how to hack passwords for leisure and  have some fun without harming anybody, maybe I have got the right solution for you. As a matter of fact, did you know that among Google search results there are a lot, really a lot of passwords that Google Bots have saved into Google servers? They just sit there, ready to be taken and used. The only issue is that there are so many indexed pages inside Google that spotting the right piece of information is an impossible task! Let’s see how you can hack some passwords using Google Search to gain access to simple services and accounts.If you wish to hack  a couple of passwords and have some fun, type one of these specific searches in the Google Search blank field and have fun!

  • intitle:”Index of” passwords modified
  • allinurl:auth_user_file.txt
  • “access denied for user” “using password”
  • “A syntax error has occurred” filetype:ihtml
  • allinurl: admin mdb
  • “Index of /backup”
  • “Chatologica MetaSearch” “stack tracking:”
  • “# -FrontPage-” inurl:service.pwd
  • “http://*:*@www” (type here the domainname of a website)

These queries will open a new world to you but behaware. This activity is illegal so, you are forewarned! Also, before getting decent result you have to browse among hundreds of results before geting some decent password and username thanks to Google Search.  The most commond passwords and usernames you will be able to find belong to website and blog with weak protection, mostly personal and amateur blogs, expired account which for some reason are still active and things like that. Of course, you will also be able to find, ervy now and then, a dimond onthe rough…but that’srequire a lot of times!

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