Google hacker boon

Google is such a great search engine that it’s turning up information that probably no one wants to be found. Stuff like leads to unsecured sites, entry into routers and printer networks, passwords to PBX phone systems and, naturally, unsecured access to web sites themselves.
Once a hacker has gained access to a system, it’s a lot easier for admins to lock them out. Only thing is, hackers usually spend a lot of time within a system trying to pull out the very information that Google can provide without system intrusion — meaning they spend less time looking for things to damage, and more time damaging them.

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