Blog Posts Tagged with "Archives"


I Know What You Tweeted Last Summer...

July 04, 2012 Added by:Theresa Payton

We have mentioned before that Twitter will send every tweet to the National Archives and the Library of Congress, so watch what you tweet. Now new tools unleash a trove of data in moments. For the 140 million and growing user base that tweets over 400 million tweets per day, this might be a little more than alarming...

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Delicious WebApp Hacking

January 12, 2011 Added by:Rob Fuller

In the last post I showed off how's Wayback machine can be used to pull urls for a domain, another place where URLs are stored and can be searched by domain is It may even reveal subdomains and hosts you didn't know about. This can be a very handy set of data...

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Wayback WebApp Hacking

January 06, 2011 Added by:Rob Fuller allows you to check the history of sites and pages, but a service most are not aware of is one that allows you to get a list of every page for a given domain. Many times you'll find parts of web apps that have been long forgotten, and usually vulnerable...

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