Google Dorks to find free .pdf, .mp3, .avi and other files

 

Google logo with itunes logo instead of o lettersGoogle Dorks are the most popular way to find files on websites for free.
In most cases, these files are not only .html files. I’ve alredy found many websites displaying images, .pdf files, .mp3 files and even video files. Here, you can find a way to use Google to get only these type of websites in your results.

Now imagine that you are searching for eBooks (in pdf format of course). To retrieve only these types of websites in your search results simply go to Google and type:

intitle:index.of +?last modified? +?parent directory? +pdf -htm -html -php -asp 

If you are looking for a specific book, just add the name after the file format:

intitle:index.of +?last modified? +?parent directory? +pdf "lord of the rings" -htm -html -php -asp

To find music, you can type:

intitle:index.of +?last modified? +?parent directory? +(mp3|wma|ogg) -htm -html -php -asp

To narrow the search for a specific artist:

intitle:index.of +?last modified? +?parent directory? +(mp3|wma|ogg) 5 finger death punch -htm -html -php -asp

I hope this post doesn’t become a tool for piracy. That is not my intention. I just want to share a way to use Google and its advanced search features in order to perform a more specific search.

 

(source http://www.tonyjesus.com/2011/using-google-to-find-pdf-mp3-avi-files)

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  • Hi!
    The content used here was copied (almost entirely) from my post. I don’t mind with that but please add references to my website when you do that. Otherwise you would be plagiarizing my text.

  • fcolon

    This doesn’t even work anyways!