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Command Line Tools

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by xhenxhe, Aug 10, 2010.

  1. xhenxhe

    xhenxhe Newbie

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    It seems all the black hat tools I've seen are windows apps. Generally, that's not a problem, but I was curious if anyone knows of any tools that are more command line driven and/or run on linux- perhaps web based even? I'm sure it would be harder to find web based tools as they would likely be shut down by ISPs.
     
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    bz Hammerzeit Staff Member Premium Member

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    errr, it depends on what you're looking for.

    I'd say webapps dominate, mainly because most are designed around a framework that already exists. ala WP, FB, Joomla etc.
     
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    Oh right, I guess there is wp-robot and auto content generators. I'm thinking more about tools that get backlinks.
     
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    Yeah, absolutely nothing here. Either web-based or desktop-app.

    Most people here cannot use command line stuff and I never saw a working link-building solution on command-line base. Maybe there are still some diamons somewhere burried, but I strongly doubt that.
     
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    believe it or not, your best friend might yet again, be the big G
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    seems like a good place to start for url extracting. Also, a simple perusl of your man pages and docs for parse, split, bind, extract, etc... might turn up some good nuggets. If you really want to get down with the penguin you can simple search for black hat linux. The distro doesn't do much in of itself, but it is security hardened. You can throw Apache Php, and (Perl, though not mandatory, it is very helpful).

    Then you can do a search for free pearl scripts (or paid if you are made of dough) and you should turn up a lot more options than a search for command line black hat etc...

    BTW - Google told me. I am only a middleman. If China asks, I am only providing the best customer service for my client by 404..... sorry, but I am unable to continue.