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A Google dork is an employee who unknowingly exposes sensitive corporate information on the Internet. The word dork is slang for a slow-witted or in-ept person.

Google dorks put corporate information at risk because they unwittingly create back doors that allow an attacker to enter a network without permission and/or gain access to unauthorized information. To locate sensitive information, attackers use advanced search strings called Google dork queries.

Google dork queries are built with the advanced search operators that IT administrators, researchers and other professionals use in their daily work to narrow down search engine results.

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A Google Dork inquiry, some of the time just alluded to as a nitwit, is a hunt string that utilizations propelled search administrators to discover data that isn't promptly accessible on a site. At the end of the day, we can utilize Google Dorks to discover weaknesses, shrouded data and access pages on specific sites.

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Google dork query, or just Google dorking is Googling with specific search strings that can force Google to return a specific kind of result.

For example, one of the search strings is site:. This forces the search engine to return results from a particular site. 

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A Google Dork query, sometimes just referred to as a dork, is a search string that uses advanced search operators to find information that is not readily available on a website. In other words, we can use Google Dorks to find vulnerabilities, hidden information and access pages on certain websites

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