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Dork Searcher

Search Google Dorks for SQLi Vulnerabilities

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Dork Searcher is a small utility that enables you to easily use Google to search for SQLi vulnerable web servers.

Saves the results in a text or XML file. Uses the Tor VPN/Proxy client or your own Socks 4a or 5 proxy server for anonymity. Over 350 Google Dorks included. Easily add your own to the list by simply editing a text file.

THE AUTHOR OF THIS SOFTWARE IN NO WAY CONDONES THE USE OF IT FOR ANY ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES.

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Features

  • Requires Tor client to be installed and running or access to a Socks 4a or Socks 5 proxy server
  • Easily obtain lists of SQLi vulnerable web sites
  • Save results in .TXT or .XML format
  • Multithreaded: Checks 10+ websites simultaneously
  • 350+ Dorks included
  • Edit the list of Dorks to reduce or expand the searches to choose from
  • Open selected links in your default browser
  • Aeyrit is an a-hole

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User Interface

.NET/Mono

Programming Language

Visual Basic .NET

Registered

2012-08-28

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