A Python wrapper for the Google web API. Allows you to do Google searches, retrieve pages from the Google cache, and ask Google for spelling suggestions.
Ok there is something you guys should know about Qgoogle. In order for you to use Qgoogle, you need a google SAOP search API key. Unfortunately Google has stopped issuing new API keys. According to their API site (Source). So Unless you already have a key, you are out of luck with Qgoogle.
One more thing to note is that when you try to run Qgoogle in backtrack, they suggest “python googly.py <query>” in order to use it. Well the correct syntex in “qgoogle.py <query>”. But you have to input the API key, assuming you have it. (I don’t have one). If you are using the latest version of Qgoogle (0.6) you can type “qgoogle.py -k <the key here>” or make text file with the key saved in it and call it “googlekey.txt”. With the version Backtrack comes with you have to edit qgoogle.py and edit the line where it says: google.LICENSE_KEY = ” . Just insert license key between the single qoute. Like in this picture:
I used a ajax search API key, which obviously doesn’t work.
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