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Any existing systems for custom gaming of social media systems via coordinated behavior?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by robotik, Jul 7, 2014.

  1. robotik

    robotik Newbie

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    A few years ago I wrote a system which allows you to script/coordinate the activities of multiple independent browsers (each with own fixed proxied IP, user agent, account info, etc.) towards some goal of gaming social media sites. For example, one real account on social media being helped by random members of a group of 20 (or as many as you created) "fake" accounts (upvoting, spintexted comments, etc.). And the system would also make the fake accounts as real as possible by replicating normal behavior, making friends, liking content, posting content, commenting on other people's content. Anyway... work got busy and now 3 years later I'm thinking about getting back to it, adding more features, making it more user friendly (so others could use it, and so I could maybe try and make some money from using it for people) and was just wondering if there were now any tools like it, that allowed that sort of capable of anything scripting ability, where it's not just scripting a series of actions for one browser session, but scripting actions across sessions, coordinating multiple accounts, etc. It's obviously not a simple scraper, it executes JS and browser-native actions to do anything a human could/would. It's not magic, it requires custom scripting for any site you wanted to manipulate (but once written those libraries would be useful by anyone). If anyone knows of anything, let me know. If anyone is interested in the project, let me know.

    Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2014