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How to fined hacked websites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by atentat, Oct 6, 2015.

  1. atentat

    atentat Junior Member

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    Hey,

    Ive got an Idea: Contact hacked website owners and sell them new websites.

    The only problem: How do I find hacked websites easyly? Any interesting footprints I should be looking for?
     
  2. cherub

    cherub Regular Member

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    Look at the text present on hacked sites and make your own footprints. Here's one that picks up a decent number: intitle:"hacked by" "your security is low"
     
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  3. CPAKing11

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    It sounds like a plan but what if it backfires? What if that person thinks that you are the one who hacked them first and now trying to sell them new site? May be you need to prepare yourself some rebuttals before you pitch them.
     
  4. atentat

    atentat Junior Member

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    Its very likely it will happen from time to time. Id think that if you explain to the client how you found his site in google it would lessen the suspicion.
     
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  5. Penumbra

    Penumbra Power Member

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    Its easy to find and buy hacked sites but the thing is when webmaster discovers he will remove link, so if you gain any rankings with these links when they become removed you lose rankings.
     
  6. zoom5

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    Think this through some more. If you have trouble finding hacked websites how are you going to know how to protect them?

    If the hack is subtle enough that a webmaster didn't notice it then it's probably easy enough for him to fix it on his own once you've alerted him to the issue.

    If you want to get into offering website security services I think it would be more fruitful to pick up some white label website firewall service or become an affiliate marketer for something like CloudFlare. In this instance you don't need to look for hacked websites, just websites that are not fully protected from being easily hacked. There are ways to find out what platform a website is using and then further ways to find out what all information you can get from the site which then gives you an idea of how to attack it. Look for those then contact those companies offering them this service to protect from that. Or just create the website marketing the service then gather traffic to it by other means.