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NerdyData - a source-code search engine

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by albaniax, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. albaniax

    albaniax Elite Member

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    Just found out this site: http://search.nerdydata.com/?homeLogo

    Unfortunately, one must need a subscription-plan to be able to download all results as CSV.
    I'm going to try this, could be a great way to find websites from particular CMS who makes it harder to find by only text (i.e. no "powered by xxx" as text)

    Currently they have like (so far) 140 Million pages crawled.

    Is there anything similar? I didn't find anything, but was looking already way earlier.

    ..and yes, this can be also used to find particular affiliates by analytics/piwik/adsense ID (also with the free-plan)
     
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  2. Ozzmannor

    Ozzmannor Regular Member

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    thanks for the link. i also searched for something like this some time ago and only found the "MAMA" project from Opera which wasn't further developed AFAIK.
    http://dev.opera.com/articles/view/mama/
     
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    Wow. this is great. Beside using it to find analytics ID / Piwik / Affiliate ID, what can this be used for? Do they offer API on their subscription plan?
     
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    Doesn't look like they offer a API, but I guess for sure in the future.

    One other usage as I said is finding websites with do-follow comments as I mentioned, but it's pricy that way. One-black hat solution I see is automating the process with free-acounts and their free credits, and then scraping the URLs.

    I guess also great for hackers to find holes..
     
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