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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by kesha1, Oct 6, 2010.

  1. kesha1

    kesha1 Registered Member

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    Hi,
    to vote for a video that I post on some site I have to delete the cookies, and switch to a different proxy, then open a page with my video on it, and vote for it, and then all over again, and many times... This all takes time.
    Is there an application that does it automatically, or, if it doesn't exist, can someone write the codes and for how much?
    Thank you
     
  2. 247hustle

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    there are some wierd things called "bots" use the searchbutton, u'll find plenty of them ;)
     
  3. kesha1

    kesha1 Registered Member

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    To be honest, I've never used bots, I thought they send some spam around and then maybe a follow up on it.
    So, some bots can restart a browser, change its proxy, delete cookies, and "push" a certain button to vote, and do all over again and and again?
     
  4. outsidethesquare

    outsidethesquare Regular Member

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    kesha1, iMacros for firefox can do everything you just described as required. I don't have the time to teach you here but all of the information is publicly available and incredibly easy to learn iMacros.
     
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  5. kesha1

    kesha1 Registered Member

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    Outsidethesquare,
    thank you for your help.
    Just 2 questions:
    1. To do this with macros I'd have to "feed" them with a veryfied proxies, or macros can do the veryfication, too?
    2. There are severa choices to vote: bad, good, excellent, etc., and the buttons appear after afew seconds, so, I think it is an extra script on that tube page. Will macros handle such extra challenge?
    Thank you
     
  6. outsidethesquare

    outsidethesquare Regular Member

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    Yes you must "feed" them with verified proxies.
    The macros have a WAIT SECONDS= command so it is no problem to wait, and you can select specific radio buttons without any trouble.
     
  7. kesha1

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    Outsidethesquare,
    thank you for your help.
    Just 2 questions (again) :)
    1. I find a list of proxies online, and then go through them 1 by 1 trying manually, because even when all those checkers show that the proxy is ok, it could be pretty slow. What's the best application(s) to automate it, that show how fast a proxy will work?
    2. In no way I am promoting any adult sites here, but the site I am talking about is youporn, and, as you can see, those are not exectly a radio buttons, they appear a little later than the rest of a page and they look like a part of another script. Do you think it'd be still possible to automate voting with those?
    Thank you.
     
  8. Razorbl

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    yes its possible
     
  9. kesha1

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    Razorbl, thank you for your help.
    What's a good link to learn about these iMacros?
     
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    imacro is great but not cheap :)
     
  11. kesha1

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    uh?
    ff is an open source, right?
     
  12. outsidethesquare

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    Imacros for firefox is free it's just a plugin from iopus. You can learn about imacros on their wiki site just google imacros and it will come up.
     
  13. kesha1

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    utsidethesquare,
    thank you so much again.
    I feel kinda dumb but I can't figure out how to make it go through a list of proxies. I suppose I can manually enter a proxy in the browser settings (once), but how can I automate the process of a browser going through a list of proxies between the loops, next (different) proxy for every loop?
    Thank you
     
  14. Hunwarrior

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    check out my thread about changing proxies in imacros:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...-how-change-proxy-imacros-ff-free-plugin.html
     
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  15. kesha1

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    Hunwarrior,
    thank you for your reply.
    I am a lil lost now. Before I was going to an online proxy list and checking them 1 by 1 manually, and this way making a list of fast reliable proxies. Now, I understand that foxyproxy can do it for me?? Or is it better to get 3proxy (which I am not sure what it does, I don't know how one can run his own proxy server, and get all the different IP's from it).
    And most importantly, I didn't exactly get what part of all the mentioned codes I should copy into an iMacros code.
    Thank you
     
  16. texacola1

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    This may sound like I'm dissing you kesha1, but I'm actually trying to be helpful. Honestly you need to do some more research. Believe it or not pretty much every question you've asked is already on this forum in one way or another. There are auto video voting bots (automated scripts or programs) available and are there for the searching too.

    There are even private proxy suppliers out there that would help you a lot for what you're doing. But also please do some information gathering about proxy use before hitting them up. (heh)

    If you search for the information yourself, and THEN ask questions,
    1. People will respect you more and tend to be more helpful and open when you do ask questions,
    2. You'll find so much useful information you never thought you could ever find,
    3. You'll answer all your own questions and be much better off.

    Hope this is seen as helpful and not hurtful.
     
  17. kesha1

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    Dear texacola,
    thank you for taking your time to finally letting me know how to use the proxies with the iMacros. Obviously, I needed it to be broken down to 3 numbered points, just like you did. Your post was very creative: on one hand to teach me some manners, on the other still squize a bits of useful info into it ;)
    I appologize that I invaded your private space and made you read a stupid question yet once again. I am not very bright guy..., sowwy about that...
    You showed everybody how tough you are and, hey..., exposed your signature with your proxy site once again...;)
    BTW, I am terrified of a kitchen knives...
     
  18. texacola1

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    Here you go, no signature this time, and I was trying to be helpful believe it or not, but whatevs.
     
  19. kesha1

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    just noticed, we have the same last name "1"... ;)
    hey, I didn't mean any confrontation. What you say makes total sense, but the difference between using a search engine and posting here is that here one can get more digested quintessential opinion of people that already got through this research and did the comparison, in a few words they can give pros and cons of every manner.
    Outsidethesquare recommended iMacros, and it is a great tool. I wouldn't have thought it is relavant to what I'm looking for. I think this s the point of message boards.
    Hunwarrior showed a way how to implement auto switching through a proxy list, but there were some corrections of the codes, so, I was hopping that someone can simply show what exactly part of code to copy into an iMacro script. By seeing foxyproxy and 3proxy mentioned in that post I understand that they might be helpful for me.
    I probably should have taken my general questions about proxies to some other forum..., but seeing ppls posts here with the way they search for theirs I thought that it is not totally inappropriate.
    Of course there is a lot of useful info to be found online, but posting a question here makes it quicker and more relevant to what one looking for.
    BTW, your heart is right at the middle of your chest, prolly it is bigger than normal... :)
     
  20. texacola1

    texacola1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I didn't mean to search on a search engine, I meant search here in this forum. There's a LOT of threads that have asked pretty much exactly your question, which is why people have gotten pissy with you, because it appeared you hadn't done any of that searching.

    People get tired of seeing the same questions asked in thread after thread because people don't take the time to help themselves first, but look for easy handouts first.

    Good luck with it all, cya.