Google queries for locating various Web servers
“Apache/1.3.28 Server at” intitle:index.of
Apache 1.3.2
“Apache/2.0 Server at” intitle:index.of
Apache 2.0
“Apache/* Server at” intitle:index.of
any version of Apache
“Microsoft-IIS/4.0 Server at” intitle:index.of
Microsoft Internet Information Services 4.0
“Microsoft-IIS/5.0 Server at” intitle:index.ofMicrosoft Internet Information Services 5.0
“Microsoft-IIS/6.0 Server at” intitle:index.of
Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0
“Microsoft-IIS/* Server at” intitle:index.of
any version of Microsoft Internet Information Services
“Oracle HTTP Server/* Server at” intitle:index.of
any version of Oracle HTTP Server
“IBM _ HTTP _ Server/* * Server at” intitle:index.of
any version of IBM HTTP Server
“Netscape/* Server at” intitle:index.of
any version of Netscape Server
“Red Hat Secure/*” intitle:index.of
any version of the Red Hat Secure server
“HP Apache-based Web Server/*” intitle:index.of
any version of the HP server
Queries for discovering standard post-installation
intitle:”Test Page for Apache Installation” “You are free”
Apache 1.2.6
intitle:”Test Page for Apache Installation” “It worked!” “this Web site!”
Apache 1.3.0 – 1.3.9
intitle:”Test Page for Apache Installation” “Seeing this instead”
Apache 1.3.11 – 1.3.33, 2.0
intitle:”Test Page for the SSL/TLS-aware Apache Installation” “Hey, it worked!”
Apache SSL/TLS
intitle:”Test Page for the Apache Web Server on Red Hat Linux”
Apache on Red Hat
intitle:”Test Page for the Apache Http Server on Fedora Core”
Apache on Fedora
intitle:”Welcome to Your New Home Page!”
Debian Apache on Debian
intitle:”Welcome to IIS 4.0!”
IIS 4.0
intitle:”Welcome to Windows 2000 Internet Services”
IIS 5.0

intitle:”Welcome to Windows XP Server Internet Services”
IIS 6.0
Querying for application-generated system reports
“Generated by phpSystem”

operating system type and version, hardware configuration, logged users, open connections, free memory and disk space, mount points
“This summary was generated by wwwstat”
web server statistics, system file structure
“These statistics were produced by getstats”
web server statistics, system file structure
“This report was generated by WebLog”
web server statistics, system file structure
intext:”Tobias Oetiker” “traffic analysis”
systemperformance statistics as MRTG charts, network configuration
intitle:”Apache::Status” (inurl:server-status | inurl:status.html | inurl:apache.html)
server version, operating system type, child process list, current connections
intitle:”ASP Stats Generator *.*” “ASP Stats Generator” “2003-2004 weppos”
web server activity, lots of visitor information
intitle:”Multimon UPS status page”
UPS device performance statistics
intitle:”statistics of” “advanced web statistics”
web server statistics, visitor information
intitle:”System Statistics” +”System and Network Information Center”

system performance statistics as MRTG charts, hardware configuration, running services
intitle:”Usage Statistics for” “Generated by Webalizer”
web server statistics, visitor information, system file structure
intitle:”Web Server Statistics for ****”
web server statistics, visitor information
nurl:”/axs/ax-admin.pl” -script
web server statistics, visitor information
inurl:”/cricket/grapher.cgi”
MRTG charts of network interface performance
inurl:server-info “Apache Server Information”
web server version and configuration, operating system type, system file structure
“Output produced by SysWatch *”
operating system type and version, logged users, free memory and disk space, mount points, running processes, system logs



dork for finding admin page
admin1.php
admin1.html
admin2.php
admin2.html
yonetim.php
yonetim.html
yonetici.php
yonetici.html
admin/account.php
admin/account.html
admin/index.php
admin/index.html
admin/login.php
admin/login.html
admin/home.php
admin/controlpanel.html
admin/controlpanel.php
admin.php
admin.html
admin/cp.php
admin/cp.html
cp.php
cp.html
administrator/
administrator/index.html
administrator/index.php
administrator/login.html
administrator/login.php
administrator/account.html
administrator/account.php
administrator.php
administrator.html
login.html
modelsearch/login.php
moderator.php
moderator.html
moderator/login.php
moderator/login.html
moderator/admin.php
moderator/admin.html
account.php
account.html
controlpanel/
controlpanel.php
controlpanel.html
admincontrol.php
admincontrol.html
adminpanel.php
adminpanel.html
admin1.asp
admin2.asp
yonetim.asp
yonetici.asp
admin/account.asp
admin/index.asp
admin/login.asp
admin/home.asp
admin/controlpanel.asp
admin.asp
admin/cp.asp
cp.asp
administrator/index.asp
administrator/login.asp
administrator/account.asp
administrator.asp
login.asp
modelsearch/login.asp
moderator.asp
moderator/login.asp
moderator/admin.asp
account.asp
controlpanel.asp
admincontrol.asp
adminpanel.asp
fileadmin/
fileadmin.php
fileadmin.asp
fileadmin.html
administration/
administration.php
administration.html
sysadmin.php
sysadmin.html
phpmyadmin/
myadmin/
sysadmin.asp
sysadmin/
ur-admin.asp
ur-admin.php
ur-admin.html
ur-admin/
Server.php
Server.html
Server.asp
Server/
wp-admin/
administr8.php
administr8.html
administr8/
administr8.asp
webadmin/
webadmin.php
webadmin.asp
webadmin.html
administratie/
admins/
admins.php
admins.asp
admins.html
administrivia/
Database_Administration/
WebAdmin/
useradmin/
sysadmins/
admin1/
system-administration/
administrators/
pgadmin/
directadmin/
staradmin/
ServerAdministrator/
SysAdmin/
administer/
LiveUser_Admin/
sys-admin/
typo3/
panel/
cpanel/
cPanel/
cpanel_file/
platz_login/
rcLogin/
blogindex/
formslogin/
autologin/
support_login/
meta_login/
manuallogin/
simpleLogin/
loginflat/
utility_login/
showlogin/
memlogin/
members/
login-redirect/
sub-login/
wp-login/
login1/
dir-login/
login_db/
xlogin/
smblogin/
customer_login/
UserLogin/
login-us/
acct_login/
admin_area/
bigadmin/
project-admins/
phppgadmin/
pureadmin/
sql-admin/
openvpnadmin/
wizmysqladmin/
vadmind/
ezsqliteadmin/
hpwebjetadmin/
newsadmin/
adminpro/
Lotus_Domino_Admin/
bbadmin/
vmailadmin/
ccp14admin/
irc-macadmin/
banneradmin/
sshadmin/
phpldapadmin/
macadmin/
administratoraccounts/
admin4_account/
admin4_colon/
radmind-1/
Super-Admin/
AdminTools/
cmsadmin/
phpSQLiteAdmin/
server_admin_small/
database_administration/
system_administration/


Update Imp. Dorks.
Dork : "inurl:dettaglio.php?id="

Exploit :
www.victim.com/sito/dettaglio.php?id=[SQL]

Example :
http://www.cicloposse.com/dettaglio.php?id=61'
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dork: inurl:prodotto.php?id)

Exploit: 
www.victim.com/prodotto.php?id=[SQL]

Example:http://www.poderimorini.com/en/prodotto.php?id=14'




sql injection dorks 

allinurl: \”index php go buy\”
allinurl: \”index.php?go=sell\”
allinurl: \”index php go linkdir\”
allinurl: \”index.php?go=resource_center\”
allinurl: \”resource_center.html\”
allinurl: \”index.php?go=properties\”
allinurl: \”index.php?go=register\”

Error message queries
“A syntax error has occurred”filetype:ihtml
Informix database errors, potentially containing function names, filenames, file structure information, pieces of SQL code and passwords
“Access denied for user” “Using password”
authorisation errors, potentially containing user names, function names, file structure information and pieces of SQL code
“The script whose uid is ” “is not allowed to access”

access-related PHP errors, potentially containing filenames, function names and file structure information
“ORA-00921: unexpected end of SQL command”
Oracle database errors, potentially containing filenames, function names and file structure information
“error found handling the request” cocoon filetype:xml
Cocoon errors, potentially containing Cocoon version information, filenames, function names and file structure information
“Invision Power Board Database Error”

Invision Power Board bulletin board errors, potentially containing function names, filenames, file structure information and piece of SQL code
“Warning: mysql _ query()” “invalid query”
MySQL database errors, potentially containing user names, function names, filenames and file structure information
“Error Message : Error loading required libraries.”

CGI script errors, potentially containing information about operating system and program versions, user names, filenames and file structure information
“#mysql dump” filetype:sql
MySQL database errors, potentially containing information about database structure and contents
Dork for locating passwords
http://*:*@www” site
passwords for site, stored as the string “http://username:password@www…”
filetype:bak inurl:”htaccess|passwd|shadow|ht users”
file backups, potentially containing user names and passwords
filetype:mdb inurl:”account|users|admin|admin istrators|passwd|password”
mdb files, potentially containing password information
intitle:”Index of” pwd.db
pwd.db files, potentially containing user names and encrypted passwords
inurl:admin inurl:backup intitle:index.of
directories whose names contain the words admin and backup
“Index of/” “Parent Directory” “WS _ FTP.ini”
filetype:ini WS _ FTP PWD
WS_FTP configuration files, potentially containing FTP server access passwords
ext:pwd inurl:(service|authors|administrators |users) “# -FrontPage-”
files containing Microsoft FrontPage passwords
filetype:sql (“passwd values ****” | “password values ****” | “pass values ****” )
files containing SQL code and passwords inserted into a database
intitle:index.of trillian.ini
configuration files for the Trillian IM
eggdrop filetype:user

user configuration files for the Eggdrop ircbot
filetype:conf slapd.conf
configuration files for OpenLDAP
inurl:”wvdial.conf” intext:”password”
configuration files for WV Dial
ext:ini eudora.ini
configuration files for the Eudora mail client
filetype:mdb inurl:users.mdb
Microsoft Access files, potentially containing user account information
Searching for personal data and confidential documents
filetype:xls inurl:”email.xls”
email.xls files, potentially containing contact information
“phone * * *” “address *” “e-mail” intitle: “curriculum vitae”
CVs
“not for distribution”

confidential documents containing the confidential clause
buddylist.blt
AIM contacts list
intitle:index.of mystuff.xml
Trillian IM contacts list
filetype:ctt “msn”
MSN contacts list
filetype:QDF

QDF database files for the Quicken financial application
intitle:index.of finances.xls
finances.xls files, potentially containing information on bank accounts, financial summaries and credit card numbers
intitle:”Index Of” -inurl:maillog maillog size
maillog files, potentially containing e-mail
Network Vulnerability Assessment Report”
“Host Vulnerability Summary Report”
filetype:pdf “Assessment Report”
“This file was generated by Nessus”
reports for network security scans, penetration tests etc
dork for locating network devices
“Copyright (c) Tektronix, Inc.” “printer status”
PhaserLink printers
inurl:”printer/main.html” intext:”settings”
Brother HL printers
intitle:”Dell Laser Printer” ews
Dell printers with EWS technology
intext:centreware inurl:status
Xerox Phaser 4500/6250/8200/8400 printers
inurl:hp/device/this.LCDispatcher
HP printers
intitle:liveapplet inurl:LvAppl
Canon Webview webcams
intitle:”EvoCam” inurl:”webcam.html”
Evocam webcams
inurl:”ViewerFrame?Mode=”

Panasonic Network Camera webcams
(intext:”MOBOTIX M1? | intext:”MOBOTIX M10?) intext:”Open Menu” Shift-Reload
Mobotix webcams
inurl:indexFrame.shtml Axis
Axis webcams
intitle:”my webcamXP server!” inurl:”:8080?
webcams accessible via WebcamXP Server
allintitle:Brains, Corp.
camera webcams accessible via mmEye
intitle:”active webcam page”
iCloud Apple iD BruteForcer

This tool is released by "Pr0x13" at GitHub. Attackers to break into any iCloud account, potentially giving them free access to victims’ iOS devices.

How to Install:
Put in HtDocs Folder in your Xampp installation.
Install cUrl for your OS
Navigate to http://127.0.0.1/iDict/ in your web browser (preferably Firefox, Chrome, or Safari).

Wordlist.txt is from iBrute and it satisfies iCloud password Requirements
It's been reported if icloud server responds with an error restart xampp or
your computer

-=Reports coming in that Server is now Patched with Rate Limiter=-
-=Server Fully Patched, Discontinue use if you don't want to lock your account!!=-

What is this?
A 100% Working iCloud Apple ID Dictionary attack that bypasses
Account Lockout restrictions and Secondary Authentication on any account.

What this isn't:
A bypass or fully automated removal

Why?
This bug is painfully obvious and was only a matter of time before it was
privately used for malicious or nefarious activities, I publicly disclosed it so apple will patch it.


How to Unlock iCloud Activation Lock

First is need to Download the hack tool on your pc. Go on Download Button below and get this software. We give this for free, not is need to pay.

Unlock iCloud Lock Download BypassTool


Step 1. Download and Unzip the file on your PC.
Step 2. Start this hack tool on your PC. Connect your iPhone via USB cable.
Step 3. Then click on Start button to process bypass icloud lock service.
Step 4. Wait five min to be complete this process. When will be done click OK.

The finaly process is when this will be complete to install the latest versizon on iTunes on your PC. Then make Restore Update on your device and icloud lock will be permanent removed from your apple device. This is official factory unlock on iCloud lock directly from Apple Database Servers.

Many services in the world talk for this on net, but be careful, many of them is scam. We this service give you for free, and not like to give money to us. Only Download this hack tool and enjoy.

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Hackers are three types:-
1. White hat hacker
2. Gray hat hacker 
3. Black hat hacker

White Hat and Grey Hat Hacker & What is the Real Difference?
What is worse, the public is not able to understand terms like grey hat, white hat, Linux OS, or cracker.
However, the truth is that the subculture of the hacker world is more complex than we think. Especially if we consider that, these are very intelligent people.


So, what is ethical hacking white hat and how does it differentiate from grey hackers? The only way to find out is to submerge ourselves in the world of hackers and understand, at least, the most basic concepts. 


What Is A White Hat Hacker?
A hacker can be a wiz kid who spends too much time with computers and suddenly finds himself submerged in the world of cyber-security or criminal conspirators. On the other hand, he can be a master criminal who wants to obtain huge amounts of money for him, or even worse, dominate the world.
In the movie Matrix, the concept of hackers changed a bit. Although the agents of the Matrix considered them terrorists, the truth is that they were rebels fighting for the liberty of humanity. Things do not need to reach that extreme, though. We are not at war with intelligent ma chines so that kind of scenario is a bit dramatic.

Therefore, a hacker is an individual who is capable of modifying computer hardware, or software. They made their appearance before the advent of computers, when determined individuals were fascinated with the possibility of modifying machines. For example, entering a determine code in a telephone in order to make free international calls.

When computers appeared, this people found a new realm where they could exploit their skills. Now they were not limited to the constraints of the physical world, instead, they could travel through the virtual world of computers. Before the internet, they used Bulletin Board Systems (BBS) to communicate and exchange information. However, the real explosion occurred when the Internet appeared.

Today, anyone can become a hacker. Within that denomination, there are three types of hackers. The first one is the black hacker, also known as a cracker, someone who uses his computer knowledge in criminal activities in order to obtain personal benefits. A typical example is a person who exploits the weaknesses of the systems of a financial institution for making some money.

On the other side is the white hat hacker. Although white hat hacking can be considered similar to a black hacker, there is an important difference. A white hacker does it with no criminal intention in mind. Companies around the world, who want to test their systems, contract white hackers. They will test how secure are their systems, and point any faults that they may found. If you want to become a hacker with a white hat, Linux, a PC and an internet connection is all you need.


Grey Hat Hackers
A grey hat hacker is someone who is in between these two concepts. He may use his skills for legal or illegal acts, but not for personal gains. Grey hackers use their skills in
order to prove themselves that they can accomplish a determined feat, but never do it in order to make money out of it. The moment they cross that boundary, they become black hackers.
For example, they may hack the computer network of a public agency, let us say, NOAA. That is a federal crime.

If the authorities capture them, they will feel the long arm of justice. However, if they only get inside, and post, let us say, their handle, and get out without causing any kind of damage, then they can be considered grey hackers.

If you want to know more about hackers, then you can attend one of their annual conventions. Every year, hackers from all over the US, and from different parts of the world, reunite and meet at DEF CON. These conventions are much concurred. In the last one, 6,600 people attended it.

Every year, DEF CON is celebrated at Las Vegas, Nevada. However, hackers are not the only ones who go to this event. There are also computer journalists, computer security professionals, lawyers, and employees of the federal government. The event is composed by tracks of different kind, all of them related, in some way, to the world of hackers (computer security, worms, viruses, new technologies, coding, etc). Besides the tracks, there are contests that involve hacking computers, l ock picking and even robot related events. Ethical hacking, white hat hacking or whatever names you wish to use, at the end, it has a purpose: to protect the systems of organizations, public or private, around the world. After all, hackers can now be located anywhere, and they can be counted by the millions. Soon, concepts like white hat, linux operating system or grey hat will become common knowledge. A real proof of how much has our society been influenced by technology.



Black Hat Hackers

Black hat hackers have become the iconic image of all hackers around the world. For the majority of computer users, the word hacker has become a synonym for social misfits and criminals.
Of course, that is an injustice created by our own interpretation of the mass media, so it is important for us to learn what a hacker is and what a black hacker (or cracker) does. So, let's learn about black hat techniques and how they make our lives a little more difficult.
Black hat is used to describe a hacker (or, if you prefer, cracker) who breaks into a computer system or network with malicious intent. Unlike a white hat hacker, the black hat hacker takes advantage of the break-in, perhaps destroying files or stealing data for some future purpose. The black hat hacker may also make the exploit known to other hackers and/or the public without notifying the victim. This gives others the opportunity to exploit the vulnerability before the organization is able to secure it.

What Is Black Hat Hacking?
A black hat hacker, also known as a cracker or a dark side hacker (this last definition is a direct reference to the Star Wars movies and the dark side of the force), is someone who uses his skills with a criminal intent. Some examples are: cracking bank accounts in order to make transfernces to their own accounts, stealing information to be sold in the black market, or attacking the computer network of an organization for money.

Some famous cases of black hat hacking include Kevin Mitnick, who used his black hat hackers skills to enter the computers of organizations such as Nokia, Fujitsu, Motorola and Sun Microsystems (it must be mentioned that he is now a white hat hacker); Kevin Poulsen, who took control of all the phone lines in Los Angeles in order to win a radio contest (the prize was a Porsche 944 S2); and Vladimir Levin, which is the handle of the mastermind behind the stealing of $10'000,000 to Citigrou.