Saturday, August 10, 2013

Using Google to Find Passwords.
Method 1: Facebook!
We will be using a google dork to find usernames and passwords of many accounts including Facebook!
The Dork: intext:charset_test= email= default_persistent=
Enter that into Google, and you will be presented with several sites that have username and passwords lists!
Method 2: WordPress!
This will look for WordPress backup files Which do contain the passwords, and all data for the site!
The Dork: filetype:sql inurl:wp-content/backup-*
Method 3: WWWBoard!
This will look for the user and passwords of WWWBoard users
The Dork: inurl:/wwwboard/passwd.txt
Method 4: FrontPage!
This will find all users and passwords, similar to above.
The Dork: ext:pwd inurl:(service | authors | administrators | users) "# -FrontPage-"
Method 5: Symfony!
This finds database information and logins
The Dork: inurl:config/databases.yml -trac -trunk -"Google Code" -source -repository
Method 6: TeamSpeak! (big one!!!!!)
This will search for the server.dbs file (a Sqlite database file With the SuperAdmin username and password!!!)
The Dork: server-dbs "intitle:index of"
Method 7: TeamSpeak2!!! (also big!)
This will find the log file which has the Super Admin user and pass in the Top 100 lines. Look for "superadmin account info:"
The Dork: "inurl:Teamspeak2_RC2/server.log"
Method 8: Get Admin pass!
Simple dork which looks for all types of admin info
The Dork: "admin account info" filetype:log
Method 9: Private keys! (not any more!)
This will find any .pem files which contain private keys.
The Dork: filetype:pem pem intext:private
And the Ultimate one, the regular directory full of passwords....
Method 10: The Dir of Passwords!
Simple one!
The Dork: intitle:"Index of..etc" passwd

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