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There is no way to extract source PHP files from a properly configured server. You can only get whatever these files produce server-side, be it HTML documents, CSS stylesheets, JS scripts or Word files to be downloaded. Same with Googlebot, it only sees what your browser sees and nothing more.


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There are IPv6 IP adresses. The difference between familiar to you IPv4 adresses is that IPV6 one are 128 bits long. All of them are located in Malysia so if you're not located there then it's likely you've been hacked.


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Google bot does not parse PHP file as it has no access to its content. The only thing it can analyze is the output that is generated when PHP script is executed. How exactly the page rank is calculated is something only Google knows.


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Put it in a folder where owner is the server and chmod it to 700, so only the owner can do anything to this folder.


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The URL for Google's "I'm Feeling Lucky" button is https://google.com/search?btnI=&q=%s (where %s is your search term). The icon used is http://www.google.com/favicon.ico Knowing these two, all you need to do is to construct your own OpenSearch XML plugin. Now you can do this manually of course, but there are sites that can do the work for you so why ...


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Try flushing your DNS in Command Prompt: ipconfig /flushdns If it still doesn't load, perhaps try changing your DNS servers, to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4.


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Just use a wildcard *. Example: "The * effect"


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As others have mentioned, the Googlebot only sees the HTML code produced by your PHP scripts; it doesn't see the PHP code in the scripts themselves. But, in regards to PageRank, you should know that even Google recommends that you not give much, if any, weight to that value for pages (and PageRank applies to a particular page). E.g., from the Wikipedia ...


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As suggested by Enis P. Aginić, Check for outdated add-ons in google chrome. If you tunnel you web traffic through a web-proxy disable it temporarily. If you use VPN, disable that too. I had the same problem, solved it by disabling "Zenmate" in chrome( Add-on for web proxies). Web proxies usually talk with servers in the background, that might be the ...


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Change your Google Account image or If you haven't set an account image so far, upload a new profile picture. Refer the following link: https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1057172?hl=en


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You should set "Google Feeling Lucky" as default engine: 1) Chrome Settings -> Search -> Manage Search Engines 2) add new search engine with a deliberate name and keyword. 3) In the third box for the URL, paste http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&q=%s 4) Click on make this my default. Now if you ...


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You can go here to use Google's "Web Speech API Demonstration" -- it works very fast and well and in multiple languages: https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/demos/speech.html There's even a "Create Email" button! Update: I couldn't resist, so I wrote a Chrome extension that does exactly this. Try it out and let me know. :-)


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Since Google purchased Waze a little while ago, their traffic data has used input from Waze. This is irrespective of the phone OS on which the app is running. Waze is not the only source of information, any app that can give Google positional - and thus speed - can add to the accuracy of the data. The traffic information is derived from speed, not the ...


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There is a extension named User Agent Switcher available for both Google-Chrome and Mozilla-Firefox.Here is the link for its chrome extension: User-Agent-Switcher-for-chrome Install this extension and restart your web browser. After that an icon will appear on the right-top corner of your browser. Click on that icon and select Android. Then open any ...


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Google doesn't share your photos with the web automatically. It may have upload them, but they are not automatically shared with anyone. It maybe that you, or another member of the household installed Google Photo backup. Google Photo backup could have come bundled with another product you installed. You control what is shared and what is not. As a ...


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Assuming there are no other devices on the network (smartphones, game consoles, anything) your PC is most likely the source of the problem. According to Google you have "illegal search" traffic. My guess is you have some sort of outdated/broken app or add-on causing this by sending malformed search requests. It's not necessarily malware, just some crappy ...


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Hola channels other users traffic through your machine. I would imagine (haven't checked / tested) that it installs as a service and runs in the background all the time, so Google noticed the traffic coming through your machine. Just because the 'program is closed and not in my startup items', this does not mean that it is not running. EDIT: you may also ...


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Use curl to fetch Google Forms or skip this step and get them directly into Spreadsheet. Use watch command, cron task or while-loop to check new answers each 3 minutes. Calculate their bill in Spreadsheet (where the forms are populated) then fetch data via Sheets API (either using curl, PHP or googlecl-like command). Use PayPal Invoicing API to create ...


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Go to http://www.google.com/advanced_image_search. Give some random search term (from geology or astronomy as suggested in the comments). Set parameter to Larger than 70 MP. The look at the pictures to see which ones are largest.


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Chrome has a Cleanup Tool that removes unwanted extensions, plugins etc. It seems to work quite well, but then again, I don't have any malware. https://www.google.com/chrome/cleanup-tool/


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Google Talk for Windows was shutdown/Discontinued in 23 Feb 2015 If you had / have it installed, uninstall it and switch to Google Hangouts or whatever you like. If it just popped up on its own with no signature : / that is so not cool. UNSAFE


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The length results from the encryption. It contains your session ID and a timestamp. You can check out this bit for more info.


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Step 1: Sign into your Google account. Step 2: Visit https://history.google.com/history/ Step 3: In the top right corner of the page, click the three dots icon and select Delete Options Step 4: Choose time period. To delete your entire history, choose Advanced then All Time Step 5: Click Delete


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Does it download the raw php code? (like with curl) Or does it download the output html, parsed by the server? (like with http) This is a misunderstanding of what curl is and what it does. curl is a HTTP client (among other protocols) so as far as the server is concerned it treats it just like any other browser. So even when one is using curl, only the ...


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You can do so by visiting the settings and pressing Recover storage


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FreezePage is a service that let you freeze how a page looks right now. On their FAQ they say: Lawyers and other professionals get a third party authority to back them you in relation to copyright infringement, defamation cases, etc. Read carefully the FAQ to know if the service has the appropiate solution for you case.


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Firefox is using Google's malicious site list to check whether visited pages are safe. That would explain these connections being active.


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Delete items one at a time Visit the Web & App Activity page. You may be asked to sign in to your Google Account. Check the box next to the item you want to delete. You can delete an entire day of items by checking the box next to a date. At the top of the page, touch Delete. Delete all of your history Visit the Web & App Activity page. You may ...


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In Firefox, create a bookmark like this: Then in the URL bar, you can type gl your search query to be taken to the "I'm Feeling Lucky" results for "your search query".


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Save the following to a file 'googlefeelinglucky.xml' and place it in "%APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\XXXXXXXX.default\searchplugins" <SearchPlugin xmlns="http://www.mozilla.org/2006/browser/search/"> <ShortName>FeelingLucky</ShortName> <Description>Google's I'm Feeling Lucky Search</Description> ...



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