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From: tyler at r4nt.com (Tyler Thomson)
Subject: Any thoughts on War-Googling?

Why does this belong on a vulnerabilty disclosure site?  This is more than old 
news.  Why do you think everytime a new sql injection vuln comes out for a 
web forum almost every page using the software is "0nz0r3d?" by some super 
l33t kiddie?  Sorry to be so negative but I really don't see how this is news 
or even relavent to the list.

On April 18, 2004 01:42 pm, Aschwin Wesselius wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Is there anybody who is common with the technique described in this
> article?
>
> http://www.ebcvg.com/articles.php?id=207
>
> It says something about using Google to target servers by searching
> paths to vulnerabilities.
>
> Any thoughts on that?
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Aschwin Wesselius
>
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