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finding back up files on a server

Discussion in 'Ethical hacking' started by G421D, May 20, 2012.

  1. G421D

    G421D New Member

    xcuse me, is there anybody can tell me how can I find the back up files on a Apache server?
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Backing up is not dependent on your Web server like Apache and it depends on what OS you are using.
     
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  3. G421D

    G421D New Member

    hehe, I'm a newbie...where can I start to find the back up files if I got different OS white the source?
    I'm under windows....
     
  4. Alex.Gabriel

    Alex.Gabriel New Member

    You can use google's power :) with this search query you can find entire website backups.
    Code:
    "index of /"+"backup-"+"tar.gz"
     
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  5. Syperus

    Syperus New Member

    Nice one Alex lol. Yes you can use that if you want to find any vulnerable servers backups. If you own the server or renting it login to your cpanel and from there you can go to your backup area to see all backups. if you have remote access then run terminal in root and locate backups
     
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  6. Alex.Gabriel

    Alex.Gabriel New Member

    Thanks Syperus , with these *vulnerable* backups you may have the fortune to find php websites backed up so ... MySQL databases with all the login info , backed up member database , clients , emails , alot of usefull stuff for those who are searching for this kind of stuff.
     
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