Google Backdoor Website Tutorials

@macubx (11433)
Philippines
October 22, 2006 10:22am CST
Ever experienced this? You ask Google to look something up; the engine returns with a number of finds, but if you try to open the ones with the most promising content, you are confronted with a registration page instead, and the stuff you were looking for will not be revealed to you unless you agree to a credit card transaction first.... The lesson you should have learned here is: Obviously Google can go where you can't. Can we solve this problem? Yes, we can. We merely have to convince the site we want to enter, that WE ARE GOOGLE. In fact, many sites that force users to register or even pay in order to search and use their content, leave a backdoor open for the Googlebot, because a prominent presence in Google searches is known to generate sales leads, site hits and exposure. Examples of such sites are Windows Magazine, .Net Magazine, Nature, and many, many newspapers around the globe. How then, can you disguise yourself as a Googlebot? Quite simple: by changing your browser's User Agent. Copy the following code segment and paste it into a fresh notepad file. Save it as Useragent.reg and merge it into your registry. Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\5.0\User Agent] @="Googlebot/2.1" "Compatible"="+http://www.googlebot.com/bot.html" Voila! You're done! You may always change it back again.... I know only one site that uses you User Agent to establish your eligability to use its services, and that's the Windows Update site... To restore the IE6 User Agent, save the following code to NormalAgent.reg and merge with your registry: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\5.0\User Agent] @="Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)" Ps: Opera allows for on-the-fly switching of User Agents through its "Browser Identification" function, while for Mozilla/FireFox browsers a switching utility is available as an installable extension from this url: help://chrispederick.myacen.com/work/firefox/useragentswitcher/download/ For Firefox users: Just download User Agent Switch extesion for Firefox, google for this.
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@tvnaresh (1583)
• India
9 Nov 06
Good techie....helping otherz....have u joined kazook...if not would you mind to join under me...http://www.kazook.net/?r=1417 thx in advance........
@tvnaresh (1583)
• India
9 Nov 06
http://www.kazook.net/?r=1417 is fine...i gues...LOL
@macubx (11433)
• Philippines
11 Nov 06
i hope i can work it out on kazook..
@macubx (11433)
• Philippines
11 Nov 06
i hope i can work it out on kazook..
• India
9 Nov 06
thanks for this great tip macubx :)
@macubx (11433)
• Philippines
9 Nov 06
yup anytime...
@pondlife (468)
9 Nov 06
That's incredible, does it really work? I run up against this problem everytime I look up some UNIX command line problem I'm having and I hate having to register all the time. Great post, thanks. www.AddAnImage.com
@macubx (11433)
• Philippines
9 Nov 06
yup.. i really love doing this kind of stuffs
@blessonje (1652)
• India
24 Oct 06
thanks for the great information.......
@macubx (11433)
• Philippines
24 Oct 06
thanx
• India
9 Nov 06
boy - first
cant understand