Things you don’t want Google to find

“Hacking Google” isn’t exactly new. That is, using the search engine
to look for confidential information. But as McAfee’s senior vice
president for Risk Management
George Kurtz demonstrated today at RSA conference, that didn’t prevent users and organisations to post those goodies online for anyone to find.

“You almost get bored finding all these password files. It used to be fun in
the old days when you found a password file. Now you just go to Google and find
thousands of them,” Kurtz said.

The ultimate online resource for Google hacking btw is this website.
(update: due to high traffic, the site is currently (2/16/2006 11:52AM
Pacific Time) down. Make sure you check it out at a later stage)

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