Sunday, April 26, 2009

Google Hack / Tips n Tricks

#1) "intitle:index of" addison pdf
It's for search in google for mp3 or pdf (Mostly ebooks)kinda search in the index of a website
Another example is jus try "intitle:index of" nero .

#2) inurl:"viewerframe?mode=refresh"
For Hacking network cameras

#3) intext:"UAA(MSB)" Lexmark -ext:pdf (also) inurl:"port_255" -htm
To print stuffs..

#4) inurl:/view/index.shtml
For network cameras(mostly traffic cams)

#5) intitle:"Usage Statistics for" "Generated by Webalizer"
For usage statistics in blogs

#6) "robots.txt" "Disallow:" filetype:txt
To search files that are disallowed

#7) "intitle:index of" ws_ftp.ini
For ftp files search

#8) "intitle:index of" passwd passwd.bak
To get password if stored in file " passwd.bak"

#9) inurl:_vti_pvt "service.pwd"
Front page hacks

#10) inurl:"phphotoalbum/upload"
Photo upload hack

#11) "vnc desktop" inurl:5800
VNC desktop hack

#12) intitle:"index of" cookies.txt
To get info about cookies

#13) intitle:phpMyAdmin "Welcome to phpMyAdmin ***" "running on * as root@*"
To hack phpadmin control panel

#14) intitle:liveapplet inurl:LvAppl
getting control of live web cams


#15) "intitle:index of" server at
to hack projects from college sites

#16) inurl:"nph-proxy.cgi" "Start browsing"
use your online proxy servers to enhance your security

#17) "intitle:index of" admin
access admin resource


Other google codes
intitle:"live view" intitle:axis
intitle:liveapplet
allintitle:"Network Camera NetworkCamera"
intitle:axis intitle:"video server"

liveapplet
inurl:view/view.shtml
inurl:view/index.shtml
inurl:view/indexFrame.shtml
inurl:axis-cgi/mjpg
inurl:axis-cgi/jpg
inurl:ViewerFrame?Mode=Refresh
inurl:ViewerFrame?Mode=


Use Pen drive as RAM (Vista/Windows 7)

Recently i came across an article that said that Pen Drive can be used to speed up windows vista.USB 2.0 and above, SD card, Compact Flash or any other massive portable flash drive can be used to speed up the working of vista using the ReadyBoost feature.

When a removable memory device such as a
USB flash drive is first inserted into a port, vista checks if it is fast enough to work with the Superfetch mechanism that ReadyBoost uses. If so,we are asked if we want the drive to be used for improving system performance. We can then choose to allocate part of a USB drive's memory to speed up performance and use the remainder to store files.





The performance is drastically improved.In some cases a system whose memory is increased from 512MB to 1 GB through the external plugged device can see the speed improving from 11 sec to 2 sec. The performance is even better in the case of laptop systems as laptops have a relatively low 'rpm's than the desktop systems.It also saves the battery power of the laptops.