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Source: InfoSec Writers - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Hacks/Cracks As discussed in “Google Hacking for Penetration Testers� from Syngress publishing[1], there are many different ways to perform network reconnaissance using Google. Since the publication of that text, many different ideas and techniques have come to light. This document addresses one interesting technique, which we’ll call DNS name[2] prediction. This document assumes you have some knowledge of basic network recon, and is not intended as a hand-holding approach to hacking. If you’re evil, stop reading this and go work out some aggression on a sack-o-potatoes or something.

If an attacker is willing to throw tons of packets at a target network, he can develop a fairly decent list of targets in very short order. In most cases the quality of the target list often depends on the sheer volume of traffic and the amount of time and effort the attacker is willing to expend on the exercise.

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