CPA Program Idea

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  1. graham23s

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    Hi Guys,

    Now i'm not sure if this would work in reality but would this work for CPA, a program that:

    1) Makes an httpwebrequest or webbrowser call to your CPA submit afil page
    2) Uses proxies to change location
    3) (if it's e-mail submit) inputs an e-mail randomly from a huge harvested list

    complete with referrer and does this at scheduled times throughout the day, is there a program out there that does this already?

    i have knocked up a quick app to test, the impressions are being registered but not the clicks (because of a few redirects i see going by fiddler)

    has anyone attempted this or is it a waste of time?

    cheers

    Graham
     
  2. Slasher

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    I'm assuming all of those programs are privately made to the specific email submit.
     
  3. graham23s

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    Hi Mate,

    It would just be 1 program that would use a list of proxies (to hide location) then pick an email out of a text file and submit the form (using a referrer of your choice) kinda thing.

    it's probably already been done lol

    Graham
     
  4. the_demon

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    1. It has been done
    2. Affiliate networks are well on to proxies
    3. Your also missing some fundamentals on how to not get caught. (would take 4 ever to explain... I have mentioned methods in prior posts if you research my past posts)

    While your existing model is not "horrible" your sure to get caught using that method.

    @Slasher: There is no need to make the programs selective to one email submit. The same general methodology is used for each one. Primarily the bot is just detecting email / name / zipcode fields in the html.

    @graham23s: Spoofed reffer's can generally be detected. Also web requests is often a bad idea as many sites track if the whole page is loaded or certain key portions. There are how ever fast ways of using human emulation which is often what I have my programmers do when we make a new bot. Also there are some legitimate ways you can spoof refer so it works better (sounds contradictory but it's not if u know how). I won't go into details but, just think outside the box.
     
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