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teixeira0xfffff / search_engines.csv
Last active March 1, 2024 20:51
Cybersecurity search engines for researchers [source]
Name URL Description
Dehashed View leaked credentials
SecurityTrails Extensive DNS data
DorkSearch—Really Really fast Google dorking
ExploitDB Archive of various exploits
ZoomEye Gather information about targets
Pulsedive—Search Search for threat intelligence
GrayHatWarefare Search public S3 buckets
PolySwarm Scan files and URLs for threats
Fofa Search for various threat intelligence
sundowndev /
Last active April 16, 2024 15:38
Google dork cheatsheet

Google dork cheatsheet

Search filters

Filter Description Example
allintext Searches for occurrences of all the keywords given. allintext:"keyword"
intext Searches for the occurrences of keywords all at once or one at a time. intext:"keyword"
inurl Searches for a URL matching one of the keywords. inurl:"keyword"
allinurl Searches for a URL matching all the keywords in the query. allinurl:"keyword"
intitle Searches for occurrences of keywords in title all or one. intitle:"keyword"
ateucher /
Last active June 28, 2022 07:16
Setup git on the CLI to use 2FA with GitHub

These are instructions for setting up git to authenticate with GitHub when you have 2-factor authentication set up. This authentication should be inherited by any GUI client you are using. These are intentionally brief instructions, with links to more detail in the appropriate places.

  1. Download and install the git command-line client (if required).

  2. Open the git bash window and introduce yourself to git (if required):

    git config --global 'Firstname Lastname'
    git config --global ''