Google Hack Database 1.5
In this day and age, hackers are a constant threat to companies and individuals alike.
In order to keep sensitive information belonging to your company or its customers safe, frequently scanning your web servers and pages for vulnerabilities is an absolute must. The Google Hack Database is a completely free tool from one of the leading publishers of IT security software: SecPoint. The tool will help you to find out if any sensitive information has been leaked from your web servers into Google. The program is easy to use and especially efficient. It works on both Windows- and Linux-based systems. The program provides a user-friendly system which will display all of the different types of databases contained on your web servers. It will show you exactly which information can be leaked into Google. You can then choose a specific database to scan for vulnerabilities. The program allows you to customize the scan through the use of various parameters which are explained within the program. Find out more and watch the tutorial at http://www.secpoint.com/google-hack-database.html.
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