Google yourself to identify security holes

Monday, 4 April 2005, 10:59 AM EST

Google is very good at what it does. It automatically and systematically catalogues every document, image, web site or other data that is web accessible so that it can be quickly retrieved using the Google search engine. That includes potentially sensitive or confidential data that wasn't intended to be shared publicly. Google your own network or sites to identify possible security holes.

At Windows Networking.

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