Discover the password of the forum that use the Web Wiz Forums platform
Submitted by Julian King on Sat, 02/09/2013 - 18:16
Web Wiz Forums is a free ASP Bulletin Board software package. It uses a Microsoft Access database for storage. The installation instructions clearly indicate to change the default path and filename (admin/database/wwForum.mdb).
The forum database contains the members passwords, either encrypted or in plain text, depending on the version.
Please note: this search is proof that results can stay in Google's index for a long time, even when they are not on the site any longer. Currently only 2 out of 9 are actually still downloadable by an attacker.
To see results; just write in the (http://www.google.com/) search engine the code:
You may come to an end the possibility of finishing in the SERPs so "easy" using a keyword as exact domain of a website. In a recent tweet, Matt Cutts reported the introduction (not yet in worldwide) is a minor update to the algorithms of Google, not related to Panda or Penguin, which should reduce this "beneficial effect".
Be recognized by the web is a very important element for those who want out from the crowd and it is even more for those who manage a blog or website.
Thus was born the need (if not born, born leak now) to create a sort of brand / quality indicator to associate with the result of the hard work you do to create the post. What to do? Simple, just associate the author box (including image and name-surname) of each post that has been published.
So far I have published articles about how to analyze the competition online. In this article I want to instead do the opposite and that is who is tracking your online activities.
The hacktivist group most famous against the most sensitive Italian goal. The hole suffered by the server of the State Police at the hands of Anonymous last night marks a quantum leap in the company's shares, which - perhaps because they have abandoned WikiLeaks - seem to be devoting more and more data leaks and dedicate to public shares.
What constitutes a fruitful task and something else either of less
importance or simply a waste of time.