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How can I query a google search to only return domain home pages?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Physaux, Feb 7, 2010.

  1. Physaux

    Physaux Regular Member

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    Hey guys I was just wondering if anyone has any ideas how to do this. For example, if I wanted to search by a page's title properties, I would say:
    intitle:word

    Anyone know of such a command or combination of commands like:
    inTLD:word


    something like that..?
     
  2. bigmoneyX

    bigmoneyX Registered Member

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    site:domain.com "word"

    or

    site:domain.com intitle:"blah blah"

    etc...
     
  3. Physaux

    Physaux Regular Member

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    I don't think I was clear in what I wanted. I want to search FOR domains, domains containing keywords. For example if I searched for
    inTLD:apple

    I would get something like:
    apple.com
    myapple.com
    Iownanapple.com
    applesandbananas.com
    ....


    I know that I can search for inurl:apple, then trim the scraped results to root, then exlude instances without the string 'apple', but by doing that I won't get a max of 1k results, I only get around 200 results. You know what I mean?