How to Google for Partial Words in URLs #OSINT

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You cannot Google for a part of a word. (The Asterisk * means one or a few words in Google’s search syntax.)

However, using the wonderful Google Custom (or Programmable) Search Engines (CSEs), you can search for partial words in the URLs. The way to do so is to take advantage of CSE URL templates. There, the Asterisk means “part of a URL.”

(Please note that my examples are here mostly to demonstrate the technique. You will need to create CSEs based on your goals.)

How can searching for partial words benefit you? Here is a demo use case.

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