Discussion in 'Misc' started by Ruck, Oct 27, 2007.
Does anyone have a myspace friend adder
that works? If so, I got tons of shit for it.
Last time I checked (about a month or so ago), FriendBlaster Pro worked.
Will have a look man thanks.
You going back to myspace man?
Yea sort of,
This is not anything like what I used to do though. Ahh no, after the handslap I got earlier this year I learned my lesson over there, but I do have an upcoming project that I feel a lot of myspace users would take a great interest in. I already have a list of myspace profiles that I want to *steal* their friends list
It's nothing to do with selling though. More to establish a large reader base.
I had a great Winsock friend adder but when Joe got all his toys taken away, lol..no more updates
in the process of buying 16 MySpace bots.
Will let you know how it works out.
uberbots or dragon?
Take another guess LOL
is it jetbots?
Will let you know how they work out.
Do you want one that does ids that you input or just grab random ones?
One that scans for them preferably.
I need what Spacestation used to be so that
I can use the Myspace demographics to target.
only demographics mine uses is age range and the gender. then grabs the ids of the last login and sends a friend request to them. would that work for you?
Friendblaster Pro works well, minus the captcha codes...
Hey ruck if you still need a good one, I got one that does all that you're talking about and more. It cost me allot, but it was worth it, support is great, and they're always on updates.
pm me if you want the link
Captcha Codes... Ugh...
What I don't get, is how can one software (Craigslister eAssistant) enter CAPTCHA codes (and this is a Newer program) but the one I really want to work (MySpace FreindsBlaster Pro 8.6) does not do the auto-Captcha Entering?
jet adder works good
Every myspace adder I have used still needs to manually have a captcha code entered after about 15 requests. Maybe I have just been using the wrong ones.
I second the opinion of FriendBlasterPRO
Tread lightly... MySpace has started taking on 'spammers' in court...
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