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Need to Find Sites with Public Web Logs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by macktouch, Oct 8, 2009.

  1. macktouch

    macktouch Newbie

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    Is there any easy way to find or scrap massive websites with "public" webstat/awstat log files. If this can happen by finding sites with keywords and public log files that would be great too. I know there is a piece of software that does it, but I'm trying to do it from a macro. I got it to work, but now I just want to find sites with open webstat logs so that I can stealth advertise my domain there.
     
  2. dauk

    dauk Newbie

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    I've got some tools I'm building to experiment with a similar technique. I too would be curious how some of the established tools locate sites with public logfiles.
     
  3. leedaman

    leedaman Junior Member

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    type inurl:usage_200908.html in google + keyword change date if you want too this example is aug 2009

    + thanks if this helps
     
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  4. SmallStorm

    SmallStorm Junior Member

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    Also try:

    intitle:statistics inurl:awstats.pl
     
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  5. dauk

    dauk Newbie

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    thanks fellas :)
     
  6. cheesecake

    cheesecake Regular Member

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    referrer spamming are we?
     
  7. dauk

    dauk Newbie

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    Many of the referrer urls are not actually a hyperlink at all. For those sites, it would be pointless to show up in their logs... right?

    Or do Big-G and others still give some weight to a properly formed URL (although unlinked)