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Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:29:38 -0500 (EST)
From: Paul Laudanski <>
To: Lance James <>
Cc:, <>
Subject: Re: [DCC SPAM] Hacking With The Google Search Engine

On Sun, 15 Jan 2006, Lance James wrote:

> >Full:
> >  
> >
> This was all done in 2003, also, see Google Hacking for Penetration
> Testers by Johnny Long.
> has a huge google hacking database.

>From Darren Miller:


Thank you for your feedback Lance, I always enjoy hearing from others.

The reason I wrote this article is a new client of mine, as of 3 days
ago, was hacked because of just such an issue. I know that this type of
information is widely available and has been for quite some time. The
fact is many people, unlike us, don't know about it. There are always
new readers and consumers of information and that is why I write
articles like this from time to time. 

The interesting thing is that in just a few days this article has been
read thousands of times more that what is posted on and I have rec'd e-mails thanking me for writing the
article. Obviously from people who don't already have this information.
Think about all the people you know that only see Google as just another
search engine.

Darren W. Miller

Paul Laudanski, Microsoft MVP Windows-Security

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