NZ sites vulnerable to Google hacking

Tuesday, 11 April 2006, 1:39 AM EST

“Google hacking” is on the rise, according to a study by masters student Natalia Nehring and Ellen Rose, senior lecturer at the Institute of Information and Mathematical Sciences at Massey University.

The term refers to online attacks that use search engines to look for vulnerabilities. The study found that New Zealand websites are more vulnerable to Google hackers than Australian or US websites.

At Computerworld.

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