Use Google to hack into a secrect world



Google is the best answer to any of your search queries 24×7. But do you know Google has a hidden secret world, which can be opened by typing-in a few codes in the Google Search. These Google hacks expose the security loop holes within websites, and much more. Just enter a few secret codes in Google’s search box, and there-after you can have access to security cameras around the world, access to personal & confidential documents or maybe even download in-numerable free stuff from the internet. Take a jump to see how it’s done.

# Hack security cameras

Live Camera

Live Camera

Want to gain access to security cameras positioned in parking lots, busy inter-state highways, college campus etc., then just type the following in the Google search box and hit enter.


Then click on your preferred search result and you’ll have un-granted access to a live camera.

To gain access to faster refresh rate cameras, type-in the following in Google search box.

intitle:”Live View / – AXIS”

# Hack to gain access to free stuff

If you want to hack Google for free music, E-books and stuff just enter the following:

“?intitle:index.of?mp3 Linkin Park“

Here I’ve searched for the artist Linkin Park, having format mp3. You can change these parameters to search something else.

# Hack personal & confidential documents
Use any one of these codes to have access to CVs, Excel documents having contact details and information on bank accounts, financial summaries or credit card numbers.

intitle:”curriculum vitae” “phone * * *” “address *” “e-mail”

filetype:xls inurl:”email.xls”

intitle:index.of finances.xls

That was a sneak-peak into the secret codes that can be employed to hack into security cameras around the world, confidential documents, and more. Now it’s time to take this roller-coaster ride into the secret world of Google codes a step further with tricks, tips and a few magic tricks galore. But before that let’s have a look at the basics of Google hacking and the Google Cheat Sheet.

# Basics of Google hacking:

Google hacks and tricks are all possible primarily due to resident security holes in the configuration and computer code that websites make use of. The secret codes that I have mentioned in this article so far and the ones to follow, are possible due to the use of advanced operators in Google search engine. Other techniques for Google Search tricks and hacks involves searching for insecure coding practices in public code indexed by Google Code Search or any other source code search engine.

# Google Cheat Sheet for refined search
While searching for a query in Google Search engine it really pays-off if you know the right method to employ your search. Here’s the Google Cheat Sheet that will help you in refining your search, thereby improving the subsequent results.

# Google Search Tricks and Tips galore

Google Secrets

Google Secrets

The possibilities to play around with Google Search are endless and same goes with the nifty tips that will help you immensely in precisely getting what you want. Here are some of the tricks done just for fun…

Also check-out this Google hacking master list.

1) Make the search images dance:

Here is the code that you can copy paste in your address bar:

javascript:R=0; x1=.1; y1=.05; x2=.25; y2=.24; x3=1.6; y3=.24; x4=300; y4=200; x5=300; y5=200;DI=document.images; DIL=DI.length; function A(){for(i=0; i-DIL; i++){DIS=DI[ i ].style;DIS.position=’absolute’; DIS.left=Math.sin (R*x1+i*x2+x3)*x4+x5;* y1+i*y2+y3 )*y4+y5}R++}setInterval(’A()’,5); void(0);

NOTE: This hack was noticed a long way back. I tried the same thing, but didn’t get the exact results. Although, it still works somehow. Try it yourself.

2) Change the Google logo:

3) Make Google go backwards:

4) Make Google’s OO’s disappear:

To do this trick, go to darkartmedia and click anywhere on the webpage to make the OO’s disappear within 5seconds. Then click again to make them reappear. Clicking the third time will swiftly take you to the original Google Search page, and therefore you can show that it was all done on the Google search webpage.

5) Websites that show Google Search Knock-down:

These are couple of websites that demonstrate a Google breakdown, tumbling to the bottom in a very dramatic way.

Here are the links to these two websites: googledemolition and googleaxis

# Google Search Tips with the twist

If you thought that Google is merely a search aggregator that gives viable results for your simple queries, then you better have a look at these tips to change your perception.

1) Local timing of any region:

To get the current Local timing of any region type-in
Time: {Name of the country or region}

Local Timings

Local Timings

2) Track airline status:
Enter the airline and flight number into the Google search box and get back the arrival and departure times.


track flight status in google search

3) Convert currency, bytes, and other parameters:

Find out how many teaspoons are in a quarter cup (quarter cup in teaspoons) or how many seconds there are in a year (seconds in a year) or how many euros there are to five dollars (5 USD in Euro). You can also convert bits in kilobytes (155473 bytes in kilobytes) and numbers in hex or binary (19 in binary).



# Advanced Google Search tips

Given below are some of the important Google Search tips that will help you out when searching for multiple queries.
1) Basics and Boolean searches:


website specific searches

2) Website specific searches:

website specific searches 2

website specific searches 2

3) Google groups specific searches:

website specific searches 3

website specific searches 3

# Other tips worth trying

• Find only images containing faces in a Google Image search result by adding ‘&imgtype=face‘ to the end of the search URL:

• To find out how a long number would be written in Roman numerals, just type-in the number followed by “in roman numerals”.

• Google stores the content of old sites. You can search this cache direct with the syntax keyword cache:site_url

• Search for any filetype directly using the modifier filetype:[filetype extension]. For example: cricket filetype:pdf

• Google can fill in a blank also. Try: Christopher Columbus discovered *

• The + operator comes in very handy if you want to make sure that the stop words are included in the search query. For example, if you type arduino + micro-controller, the search results will have both these keywords included.

• Search for a specific term, then one keyword OR another by grouping them with parentheses, like this: water (smoke OR fire)

# Some important search commands

# Demonstration of some of the above given tips, and more

# Nifty tips to hack Google Search

# Some more Google tricks under the hood


New DVD-sized disc can store up to 1 to 5 terabytes of data

The optical disc revolution started with CDs and then moved on to DVDs, and we’re in the midst of the next-gen battle between HD DVD and Blu-ray. Since the birth of the CD 25 years ago, we’ve gone from 600MB to a whopping 50GB of storage capacity on these little, convenient and versatile discs.

But for those who desire more space on a highly portable medium, new technology from a company called Mempile in Jerusalem promises to blow these limits away. The company claims that they can store up to 1TB (1,000GB) on an optical disc with the same dimensions—only slightly thicker—than a regular DVD and will be able to store 5TB once the jump to blue lasers is made.


The Mempile optical disc. Image courtesy The Future of Things.

The 1TB disc is divided into 200 different layers, each comprising 5GB of storage space. Unlike standard multilayer DVDs, the layers aren’t physically stacked and stuck together. The Mempile discs are solid and use a specially developed variant of the polymer polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA)—a mixture of Perspex, Lucite, and Plexiglass—known as ePMMA. It’s this polymer that gives the discs a distinctive yellow color.

When recording data to the disc, the laser focuses on one of the virtual layers and, using a photochemical reaction, modifies only a part of the plastic to represent a “1” or leaves it alone to represent a “0”. This approach uses three dimensions in the polymer to store data rather than the two dimensions used by DVD. The technology is currently limited to WORM (write once, read many) although the company hopes to have read/write drives available in the future.

Mempile was incorporated as a company in 2000 in both the US and Israel, and it received an initial funding of $1 million from private investors and $3 million from the investment firm Millennium Materials Technologies. Further funding to the tune of $11.6 million came in 2004 from Kodiak Ventures, Israel Seed Partners, JVP, Hitachi CSK, PortView, and Alta Berkeley, so there is clearly some outside interest in the technology.


The Mempile optical disc prototype. Image courtesy Mempile.

However, the key for Mempile will be whether or not the company can get the discs and drives to market in a reasonable timeframe. The idea itself is not new: other firms have been claiming to be developing this sort of technology for a few years now, but Mempile says that its prototypes are reaching 600-800GB now with 1TB coming soon, and it plans to follow the product up with a blue-laser version that could store up to 5TB. According to a company spokesperson, the discs have a life span of 50 years, and the drives themselves could be on the market in two to three years. By that time, either HD DVD or Blu-ray may have captured the optical storage market, so Mempile has its competition cut out for it.

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