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intitle:

will tell google to show only those pages that have the term in their html title.
For example intitle:"login page" will show those pages which have the term "login page" in the title text.

allintitle:

Similar to intitle, but looks for all the specified terms in the title.

inurl:


Searches for the specified term in the url. For example inurl:"login.php"
allinurl:


Same as inurl, but searches for all terms in the url.
intext:

Searches the content of the page. Somewhat like a plain google search. For example intext:"index of /"
allintext

Similar to intext, but searches for all terms to be present in the text.

site:

Limits the search to a specific site only as well as showing subdomains. site:nullbyte.com


Searching for public Sub-domains for your target domain.
Site:yoursite.com

Getting Open Index or Insecure Information
intitle:”index of /” Parent Directory site:yoursitehere.com


You can search for admin directories
intitle:”Index of /admin” site:yoursitehere.com

You can search for password directories
intitle:”Index of /password” site:yoursitehere.com

You can search for mail directories
intitle:”Index of /mail” site:yoursitehere.com


You can search for files like passwd
intitle:”Index of /” passwd site:yoursitehere.com


You can search for password.txt files

intitle:”Index of /” password.txt site:yoursitehere.com


You can search for htaccess file

intitle:”Index of /” .htaccess site:yoursitehere.com


Search for Admin Login Functionality on target domain

site:yoursitehere.com

Searching for text files containing passwd in URL on target domain

inurl:passwd filetype:txt site:yoursitehere.com

Searching for db files containing admin in URL on target domain

inurl:admin filetype:db site:yoursitehere.com

Searching for logs on target domain

filetype:log site:yoursitehere.com