Protect your business from a Google hack
Google hacking is the practice of using specially crafted search engine queries to cull information about a target. It should be part of every pen-tester's repertoire. The idea is to turn Google's extensive search powers after an enterprise's vulnerable servers and files, password logs, open directories, Web-based device-management panels, remote desktop protocol clients or administration interfaces for routers and switches.
You want to discover the sensitive security information that's exposed on the Internet before a black hat does. The trick is to use advanced operators, special searching techniques offered by Google that enable advanced queries. Protect your business from a Google hack
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