Fun way to find random documents. Go to Google search, and search for
Feel free to replace the word "the" with any other innocuous word. You'll get a bunch of random PDFs.
Another fun constraint:
filetype:pdf site:org the
This will return PDFs by ".org" domains (mostly nonprofits) so you get a bunch of random reports.
filetype:pdf "internal use only"
Oh and if you want to have your soul sucked away try
filetype:ppt "internal use only"
@darius that last one is *devious*. I love it
@darius interesting to see PDFs from wired.com - this is probably material from a news article: https://www.wired.com/images_blogs/gadgetlab/2011/03/51755251-BlackBerry-PlayBook-FAQs.pdf
@riking Yeah that is a leaked document that Wired released for an article.
@darius oh no
@darius the abyss will truly stare back
turns up various scans
inurl:passwords.txt is great too
@darius Searching for "BEGIN PRIVATE KEY" is fun too.
@darius filetype:pdf "confidential" is also fun
@darius or you could just... https://www.exploit-db.com/google-hacking-database
filetype:pdf "tlp red" -"traffic light protocol"
@darius I also tried the confidential one @er1n. 😏 Look at this fun #UI guide for Adobe Common: https://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/devnet/acrobat/pdfs/ADOBEuiquickref.pdf
@LouInABox @darius @er1n hmm interesting these different types of top secret declarations. 😅 http://www.verwaltungsvorschriften-im-internet.de/pdf/BMI-IS-20060329-KF01-A004.1.pdf
@darius filetype:pdf site:gov "confidential" 😏
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