Hacking with Google (and without Google.)



I found a couple of interesting presentations on network security related topics. Primarily these are about using the internet and search engines for gathering information on specific “targets”. Their very interesting from a “self analysis” point of view as well.


The presentations are titled “hacking with Google”, “forensic surfing” and “now find that hidden web”….

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