This guide describes techniques the bad guys use to locate sensitive information about an individual or company, particularly the specific ways Google searches can discover forgotten network systems and devices that have fallen off the radar of overworked administrators. The author, who maintains johnny.ihackstuff.com, recommends writing a sound security policy, securing a web site from Google's crawlers, and checking Google exposure with automated tools. Distributed in the U.S. by O'Reilly. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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About the Author
Bill Gardner is an Assistant Professor at Marshall University, where he teaches information security and foundational technology courses in the Department of Integrated Science and Technology. He is also President and Principal Security Consultant at BlackRock Consulting. In addition, Bill is Vice President and Information Security Chair at the Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence. AIDE is a non-profit organization that provides research and training for digital evidence professionals including attorneys, judges, law enforcement officers and information security practitioners in the private sector. Prior to joining the faculty at Marshall, Bill co-founded the Hack3rCon convention, and co-founded 304blogs, and he continues to serve as Vice President of 304Geeks. In addition, Bill is a founding member of the Security Awareness Training Framework, which will be a prime target audience for this book.
Justin Brown (@spridel11) is an Information Assurance Analyst at a large financial institution. Previously, Justin worked for as a consultant specializing in Open Source Intelligence. Through Google Hacking and dorks Justin has uncovered numerous troves of information leaks regarding his clients. Justin can usually be found at conferences volunteering with Hackers for Charity.
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