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Google Hacking and Buffer Overflow Attacks: In the News

Recently I spotted a piece of news about a type of network attack combining techniques we have discussed in recent articles involving Google Hacking and Buffer Overflow Attack . The incident, according to Forbes News1 involves “using Google searches to track down sites vulnerable to so-called ‘SQL injections’.” Essentially, the hackers use Google to hunt […]

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Google hacking – a new hacking technique that threatens the web application security

Google hacking refers to the use of Google as a powerful search engine to uncover websites with security bugs and technical issues. Google, with its crawling engine, searches and indexes the content of websites around the world 24/7.  It essentially captures everything from normal website presentation to websites with technical problems, displaying error messages into […]

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