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Article Submiter for iMac?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SpellZ, Jun 1, 2012.

  1. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    Hey, got a mac.
    Was wondering if there is an article submitter of some sort?

    Something like...
    I go and make manual accounts.
    Put them in the bot/submitter
    Whenever I write the article, I post it in there, and it automatically sends it to all the sites I signed up with.
     
  2. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    -_- lol still waiting
     
  3. NikosX

    NikosX Power Member

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    come on! really?
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    install windows on parallels desktop or bootcamp and work with some windows program man
     
  4. indianbill007

    indianbill007 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    No one makes IM tools for Macs I guess, considering they have very low market share and absolutely no presence in the server software market. i.e. No server's running macs.

    I guess the tool developers should conduct a poll on how many of their userbase would like a mac version and then take a call to develop it.
     
  5. Waddup

    Waddup Junior Member

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    I second this..

    I'm on a mac myself and got both parallels desktop and a VPS to run bots from.

    If your going to purchase/get a few bots, just get a VPS for 20 bucks per month. It's always better to run it from elsewhere anyway.