Things you don't want Google to find

Thursday, 16 February 2006, 2:41 AM EST

"Hacking Google" isn't exactly new. That is, using the search engine to look for confidential information. But as McAfee's senior vice president for Risk Management George Kurtz demonstrated today at RSA conference, that didn't prevent users and organisations to post those goodies online for anyone to find.

At Silicon Valley Sleuth.

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