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Google Code Search for Fun & Profit

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While toying around with Google code search to look for HTTP Response Splitting vulnerabilities, i discovered that code search is a treasure trove of vulnerabilities. For instance, simply try searching for “vulnerability”.

Looks like I’m about 2 years behind on this:

UPDATE (09/01/2008):

Regular expression search rocks. Why can’t you do this with regular search?


Written by jcran

September 1, 2008 at 4:37 AM

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  1. […] google, privacy, search, web2.0 In the same vein as the earlier post on searching for vulnerabilities with Google Code Search, I realized tonight that you can search […]

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