Google dorks are nothing but simple search operators that are used to refine our search. Let us take an example if you want to search eBook on ‘networking’. our obvious search queries would be like this "Networking eBooks", "free eBooks for networking" etc,we keep going into the websites, clicking on link after links and then get proper downloading links. Now we do same thing using Google dorks and it filter the specific result which we want , type on Google "ext:pdf networking" (without quotes)
Basic search operators ,their description and examples 1. site - It returns the websites of specified domains . Example:-site:wikipedia.org returns the links of webpage of this domain. Site:wikipedia.org hacking returns the links of webpage of this domain containing word hackingSuppose you want Google to return only government websites,you can use site:gov or say Pakistani websites use site:pk
2. Intilte and allintitle:- It restricts the results to pages whose titlecontain specified word/phrase.3.inurl- as clear from name, it restricts the results to sites whose URLs containsspecified phrase.examples-inurl:adminlogin will return only those pages whose URL contains adminlogin
4. related- It returns the websites similar to specified websites.examples :-related:www.homeshop18.com, now homeshop18.com is a onlineshopping website. This search query would return results containingwebsites which provide such kind of services.5. cache: It returns the cached webpage that is kept with Google.example:-cache:www.explorehacking.com, this dork is useful very whenactually the website is down andyou can still view its contents (from cached pages).
6. ext- It specifies the extension .You can use filteype at place of ext.example-:ext:ppt hacking - this will return PowerPoint presentations (pptfiles) on topic hacking. 7. Combining multiple dorks site:gov inurl:adminlogin8. Accessing unprotected camera inurl:view/index.shtml
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