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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by seomedia, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. seomedia

    seomedia Registered Member

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    Is there a tool, or indeed a way I can view the backend hierarchy (tree view) much like FileZilla - BUT if I don't own the site?

    I think I used a tool called blackwidow before, but it was a bit clunky. Anyone got some good tips here?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Sweetfunny

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    Years ago i used one called IntelliTamper same again it was a little clunky but it worked. Have a search for it and give it a try, i'm pretty sure it's free.
     
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    I just downloaded and tested IntelliTamper on one of my own websites and it didnt even find that backend...:yield:
     
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    If by backend you mean PHP files that aren't available to the public, then no. Unless the files are linked to in any other files on the server in the HTML, indexed in google, or are easily guessable then you won't find anything. Even if you find the PHP file, you won't be able to view the PHP source code, just the output of the script.

    It would be absolute mayhem if you could just steal the source code to any website on the internet... its impossible ;)
     
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    It needs to run for a while, how long did you let it run for?
     
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    Until it had finished, I left it for about 15 mins...
     
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    I think this is what the OP was asking for ....