Hello, here's a one time advertisement for a new search engine.http://184.108.40.206
Do not expect me to advertise this a second time, write down the website address if you want to find it again.
The search engine is free to use but additionally you may purchase complete search results in .txt documents.
There is additional features planned for this search engine.
You may use this search engine currently to explore a very weird internet.
This could be great for finding exposed private data.
Do you plan to release the source some day? I'd love to take a look at it.
This better be some fake website right?
How the fuck is this shit not password protected
I thought these types of completely open and vulnerable websites died off in the past
Cool project btw
Is there any other way we can contribute?
I wanted to donate, but my country is under heavy sanctions and paypal has basically banned us
it doesn't seem to find my webserver, but maybe that's because I have a blackhole if you try to use it without proper vhost
Looks like training data.
Lemme get this straight; is this an old-school search engine that actually looks for keywords instead of vaguely guessing what you want to see?
Get SSL, it's free.
>>16028>I thought these types of completely open and vulnerable websites died off in the past
You'd be surprised.
The fact that searches show results for one word each and don't work with quotes or escaped whitespace makes them kind of useless for things other than showcasing the promising site index.>>16038
"Let's Encrypt" (the organization giving out free TLS certificates) has a history of certificate hijacking and you need to meet one of their member in person to receive a certificate.
>>16040>you need to meet one of their member in person to receive a certificate
no you don't
t. has several let's encrypt certs
I searched for communism. What the fuck guys, I can't remain a communist after seeing this :/
>>16040>you need to meet one of their member in person to receive a certificate.
Made me laugh. They provide bots so that it is done automatically. Does the bot go meet the human in person? Lmao
Hey OP serious question, what kinda insane setup do you need to have a relational database of all that data accessible through SQL
Is it one of those datapool trawling SQL implementations, or?
>If you would like to donate to me, I will be able to develop more extensive features in the future, at least after I get some things sorted.
I think what the world really needs is a search engine that only indexes pages that have at least one of the following features:
1. Comic Sans
2. blink tag
With an option to filter results so that e. g. they all must have Comic Sans.
Donation thingy implies they're a teacher in Australia.>>16055
and <marquee> tags
You can do full text search with postgres or a dedicated full text search software like elastisearch. They're both very performant.
>>16050>Schools under the umbrella of Communism Correction, or 'Common Core' want nothing more than to turn your child into a Christ-hating, communistic-atheist.
fuck I would go back to school if this is how the american education system has become.
Two ideas for how to improve search results:
1. I think the first search result of anything should be a definition in 99 ASCII characters that can be instantly submitted or modified by anyone without login or anything. I don't see how that could go wrong.
2. It is a fact that the more colors there are on a page, the more informative it is, so that should go into the ranking.
do americans really
Brainstorming names and slogans for alternative search engines:
>Where do you want to cyber-jog today?
>Welcome to teh Dark-Web(TM)
>Your "Internet" printing service.
>Our index has (big number goes here) n-words.
>Use Google instead if you are gay!!
>"yeet me" (feeling-lucky button)
I'm a techlet and what is this?
What you see in your browsers address bar follows the scheme "protocol://domain.tld/path". Your protocol is most likely HTTPS and the path depends on the website you're visiting.
Domains are arranged in a hierarchy, that is seperated by dots and read right-to-left, so every domain will be registered under one of the top-level domains (.com, .org, .gov). For your browser to find a server by its domain name, it queries a nameserver/resolver, whose address it already knows.
The addresse your browser receives is an "Internet Protocol" (IP) addresses. There are the old IPv4 addresses, made of 4 numbers from 0 to 255, and the newer IPv6 addresses. With this address your browser will establish a connection to a fixed "port" number of the server (8080 for HTTPS, 80 for HTTP).
Unless you're downloading media files, what you're seeing in your browser is most likely a variation of an HTML document. This is text surrounded by instructions on how to present it, that your browser needs to "render". ("<p>Hello <b>World!</b></p>" will be displayed as a paragraph with "World!" in bold.)
Now you should understand, what this search engine does:>First the search engine goes through all IPv4 addresses at port 80. While at each address, the engine checks if there is a HTML page. If there is a HTML page, then the IP address is stored for later.>Second the search engine goes through all the stored addresses and downloads necessary data from each of those webpages in a formatted way for quick searching.
for more information on Internet architecture.
THX4QRD. So the functionality of the whole thing is to find up-and-running web servers that don't use encrypted communication with its users and ergo are, uh, interesting targets? Or did I fail to get it?
If the search engine finds nothing, it should display one of the following helpful messages based on the checksum of the user input:
>English, motherfucker, DO YOU SPEAK IT?
>I don't think so, Tim.
>I'm afraid I can't do that. I honestly think you ought to sit down calmly, take a stress pill, and think things over.
>Is that some made-up nonsense like "Ukraine"
>Master, I have failed you. Spanking time uwu
>Slow it down with the queries please. Room is heating up from all of that, been like this for a week now, can't sleep and it's driving me insane.
>Sorry I got nothing. Hey look, boobies: (.) (.)
>This is criminal code. I'm contacting the police!
>What!? ARE YOU GAY?
>Why would you say that… literally crying and shaking rn
you got it perfectly, noob-sama
i'm proud of you
Web servers don't need a domain name. Think about when you log into your router, that web interface you log into is usually an IP address.
No SQL at all.
As far as relational database goes it would have 1 tiny component which would be considered relational. It's better described as a giant trie.>>16040>The fact that searches show results for one word each and don't work with quotes or escaped whitespace
What else is wrong with the site other than this?>>16029http://220.127.116.11//How_Do_I_Work.html
There is a list of tasks under: Planned Features, there is also an email: [email protected]>>16096>1. a definition in 99 ASCII characters
So you mean like a word definition, with a 99 character limit?
I reckon that is a good idea. But the implementation is difficult, there is either manual definition of human words, or automatic definition of human words through some type of processing, the automatic definition is immensely difficult to implement with unbiased precision.>1.
A list of ascii characters? Could you mean this? There is 256 Ascii characters with IDs ranging 0 - 255.>2
I like your ideas. As far as I would go about implementing them if I got around to it would be something that displays color qty on the search table.>>16142
Oh yeah I need to ask, what is wrong with the search engine?
I don't know if Firefox just doesn't like this site, but 90% of the webpages it finds don't load
Firefox expects sites to be https these days, but most of these sites are http. So lots of these sites show a warning button that you can click through.
Unique IPs: 17