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Accomplished: Visitors Auto-Like Page When Visiting Website

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by chronic, Mar 10, 2011.

  1. chronic

    chronic Newbie

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    Ok my fellow Black Hatters..

    I have been determined for a while now that it is possible to get people to like your page/group without their acknowledgement or interaction.

    After few days work, I have cracked it and now anyone who visits the website with this script on, their first click on the website will like a page with no interaction apart from the mouseclick and no visual interference.

    But, the visitor will only like the page providing that they use Facebook and use cookies to login automatically otherwise the Facebook popup to login will appear.

    The reason why I am posting about this is I am in need of advice as the script consists of CSS and Javascript which can easily be accessible by anyone. As I would like to use this in much larger quantities and later sell the script I am in need of being able to encrypt it somehow so that Facebook can't see straight away what is happening.
     
  2. atehleb

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    yea i remember there was another huge viral script..which was recording the mouse position..and as soon as you click..it emulates a zero size window there with a like/share box..
    it went really viral..till facebook killed it..
    are you doing something similar?
    they mightve put a check on it by now..
    pm me if you looking for partner..coding wise or marketing wise
     
  3. chronic

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    Yes, my script is similar - do you know how they blocked the previous one? Because at the minute mine is working perfectly fine and as long as the 'Put a Like button on your website' exists, then this script should work.
     
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    hey man sent ya a private message...hope ya dont mind...hit me back with a reply :) script seems legit...lets get some work going haha i kill it with fb!
     
  5. atehleb

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    well it works till their administration figures out that its violating terms...so they ban the account and page's facebook privileges
    lots of people selling this on digital point n other websites..prolly here as well..havent looked around..
    there are a couple of ways to protect the script from such an attack..not perfect..but theyll work 10 times better...
    cuz right now even if you encrypt it..they just have to go and click anywhere and realize that its messed up..

    pm me for details
     
  6. chronic

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    I have been message about is this just another clickjacking script, the answer is yes and no. The way this works is anywhere on the website they click they will like the page, then this script is deactivated for any future visits for that IP unless the page changes. As the typical clickjacking script trick a user to action something to access a page or area, my method doesn't do this and doesn't make the website function any different.

    Now that I have cleared that up, I am currently looking into protecting JavaScript and incorporating a licensing plugin which the script will need to function. Once this is done I will be looking into selling this.
     
  7. Crazy

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    You can't protect the JavaScript, don't waste your money. JS is client-side and thus requires everything necessary for decoding on the client-side. If it's client-side, I (and anyone else for that matter) can get it, so just don't waste your money... unless you're hoping it delays it getting out for X amount of days.
     
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    You know you just hit the jackpot right, if this really works.
     
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    Damn, im interested of this. Subscribed, and good luck whit it. If i can help you in some way just pm me. ;)
     
  10. CyrusVirus

    CyrusVirus BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    lol this is called ClickJacking,
     
  11. Crazy

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    Not really man, it's just clickjacking. His post title is misleading, it doesn't auto-like when they load the page, it requires user interaction; specifically clicking. I was shown and have access to this. It's cool but nothing ground breaking.
     
  12. r00t

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    The other day I cliked a link on facebook and I automatically liked it.

    Didn't have to do anything at all, other than opening the link
     
  13. general_z

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    The trick is to do it wisely.
     
  14. Crazy

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    That's not clickjacking, that's using JS & jQuery. Entirely different beast, and I mean beast.
     
  15. chronic

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    Shown and have access to who's script?

    ....

    And yes I never mentioned this was or wasn't clickjacking, as I mentioned in the earlier post, it consists of a bit of both.

    As a bit of an update, I have had an idea of being able to use this script to gain a lot of potential 'likes' by using PTC sites..
     
  16. Crazy

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    Not yours specifically but I've come across something that is similar to what you describe.
     
  17. readingaddict

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    I've experienced this with 2 sites and I just ran into the 2nd one.

    It's pretty cool as a spammer, but annoying as an FB user.

    Just wanted to ask if anyone could point me to the coding that this kind of thing deals with.

    No worries, I'm an aspiring programmer so I have no qualms about wasting time coding myself :p
     
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    This has been around for months :rolleyes:
     
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    It's too hard to use Blackhat tactics against big companies. Facebook and Google know their stuff, nothing will last long.
     
  20. chronic

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    Do you mind sending me the link to this in a PM so I can have a look at it?

    As I mentioned before, as long as Facebook have the 'Add a like box to your website' feature this will work, there is no way of breaking away from it.