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14-05-2005, 02:41:17
I'm not sure what to make of this. What do you folks think?

Ok, I'm willing to bet that most of you dont know the full extent of Google™. So, being bored, I have decided to start you all down the path of enlightenment. If this is way over your head, then so be it. This "tutorial" is for those that want to be self sufficient on finding free porn, MP3's, Apps, etc.

*DISCLAIMER* Kazaa, Morpheus, etc. is much easier to use when finding MP3s, Porn, etc. The method described below is only for those willing to invest a little extra time, and are interested in learning how shit works.

The greatest tool on the internet for finding free, cool shit is Google. Period. If you know HOW to search Google, you can find anything you want.

For the time being, keep this slogan in your mind: Its All About Operators. Read the link below for a quick and dirty intro:


What are operators? Operators are search "assistants" that allow you to do more meaningful searches on Google. For example, "one operator allows you to search within a known website. If you want to search for the word security within Microsoft's Website, then type the following command inside the Google searchbox: site:www.microsoft.com security (Type everything in bold)."

Another great operator is the intitle: operator. This will look for a word or group of words in the title of a Webpage. An example would be if you wanted to find folder contents within Webpages. You would type intitle:index.of/admin (Stolen from Toms Hardware)

So lets have a go, shall we?
Copy and paste this to Google: intitle:index of mp3

BOOOOM. Open indexes of MP3's!?!? You betcha. Way too much stuff to surf through? You betcha. So, let's make the search a little more meaningful, say I wanna search for Snoop stuff:

intitle:index of mp3 + *snoop*.mp3

Holy shit, TennBJJ, you just threw us a curve! Did I ? Remember its all about operators. What did I do in the above example? I simply told Google to find open indexes named MP3, that contain files which contain snoop and have the mp3 extension.

Intersting huh? people share all sorts of shit on the web, and many don't even realize they are. For example, try these searches:


To avoid complete overload of your senses, I will stop there for now. Let me leave you with this little gem, however:

site:web.utk.edu intitle:index.of-

What does this little search do? It searches the online folders of students at UTK for files they are sharing via the web. And let me tell ya, students share everything, from MP3s to amateur porn. Change the web.utk.edu above to any other university site and see what you can come up with.

One more:

ext:xls xls

Find shared Excel files on the web(interesting private info at your fingertips can often be found). Replace xls with other file extensions and see what comes up.

(If your gonna go in, go all in baby!!)

All sorts of neat stuff like printers, webcams, even servers are now controllable via the web from anywhere in the world. While this is a great technology, idiots who leave this information out there for anyone to access need to be punished. This is where Google comes in.

Say, we want to find web accessible webcams. We could just do a search for webcam or Sony or whatever, buts its so much easier to user operators in Google to find what you want, for example:

Canon has a series of netcams that all use the "WebView LiveScope" software. This search looks for the java applet called "LiveApplet" that is used by Canon's network camera feeds:

intitle:liveapplet inurl:LvAppl

Congrats, you now have control of their camera, and some idiots don't password protect their stuff, so you can turn the camera off, point it at the ceiling, and other general nuisance shit.

Other cams:

Heres one: WebcamXP :http://www.webcamxp.com/productsadv.html
Download the above software to connect to these cams to make whatever admin settings changes you like:
"powered by webcamXP" "Pro|Broadcast"

Basically I could spend all day showing you different searches for webcams, but lets instead turn our focus to a more fun pursuit: Web Accessible printers.

For Example:Xerox 860 and 8200 Printers.
intext:"Ready with 10/100T Ethernet"

or some Epson's:
intitle:"EpsonNet WebAssist Rev"

inurl:"printer/main.html" intext:"settings"

Another quick one
:intitle:"Network Print Server" filetype:shtm ( inurl:u_printjobs | inurl:u_server | inurl:a_server | inurl:u_generalhelp | u_printjobs )

If you know the default password for each style of printer, which is very easy to find using. . .GOOGLE. . . you can take control of many of these machines where people are too damn lazy to change it from default.

Basically, you have to have a little knowledge about what the is in the url of the shared device in order to do a good search for it in Google. This info can easily be gained by reading user's manuals of printers, PCs, webcams, etc. This pursuit isn't for everyone, but if you wanna have fun fucking around with idiots, its a great way to spend a few minutes.

Immortal Wombat
14-05-2005, 02:54:32
I think it's a clever use of Google, but utterly useless for finding anything worthwhile.

14-05-2005, 03:05:43

14-05-2005, 03:29:03
So many words! :eek:

The Mad Monk
14-05-2005, 03:47:03
Yes, google has many words.

14-05-2005, 03:51:13
Originally posted by Immortal Wombat
I think it's a clever use of Google, but utterly useless for finding anything worthwhile.

Then what is the best way?

Immortal Wombat
15-05-2005, 00:02:08
That depends on which worthwhile thing you are trying to find.

I don't think random unsecured printers or security cameras fit the description.

15-05-2005, 01:31:05