The new version of the GooDork is out. I've decided to give you guys a crash course in using the new features.
Using the custom user agent is as simple as supplying the switch with the argument you wish to use as a User-Agent string (much like the -A switch for Curl!)
As an example you may run a GooDork like this:
GooDork will then inform you that the user agent was set by printing out the following (while its running the query):./GooDork site:www.google.com -UMozilla
|Feedback from GooDork|
And its that easy!!
GooDork is now capable of sneaking more results out of a google search using the 'start' parameter. I must admit I've hacked out this little improvement but it does the job thought! Better improvement will be made
|An average of about 500 results can be expected|
Get the new version here: https://github.com/k3170makan/GooDork
I've also written a simple bash script that unleashes GooDork's power on unsuspecting hosting companies, all you need to do is slip it a subnet value and it looks up information on all the hosted sites in that domain. Check this out at