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a google dork is a google search query with google's powerful search operators to
find stuff you wouldn't otherwise with a normal google search.

here are some google dorks you can try that bring up ip cameras around the world.

  • inurl:/view.shtml
  • inurl:ViewerFrame?Mode=
  • "Powered by webcamXP"
  • inurl:LvAppl intitle:liveapplet
  • inurl:mjpg/video.cgi
  • intitle:"netcam live image"
  • intitle:webcam 7 inurl:8080 -intext:8080
  • inurl:"MultiCameraFrame?Mode=Motion "
  • you can also go to insecam for more ip cams

here are some google search operators and what they do

  • "search term"
    This operator searches for the exact phrase within the speech marks only.
  • site:
    This searches only within a given domain

  • intitle:
    Search only in the page's title for a word or phrase

  • intitle:
    Search only in the page's title for a word or phrase

  • allintitle:
    Search the page title for every individual term following "allintitle:". Same as multiple intitle:'s.

  • allintitle:
    Search the page title for every individual term following "allintitle:". Same as multiple intitle:'s.

  • inurl:
    Look for a word or phrase (in quotes) in the document URL

  • allinurl:
    Search the URL for every individual term following "allinurl:". Same as multiple inurl:'s.

  • intext:
    Search for a word or phrase (in quotes), but only in the body/document text.

  • intext:
    Search for a word or phrase (in quotes), but only in the body/document text.

  • filetype:
    Match only a specific file type. Some examples include PDF, DOC, XLS, PPT, and TXT.

  • allintext:
    Search the body text for every individual term following "allintext:". Same as multiple intexts:'s.