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Digg Account Automation Tool - Work In Progress

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Seuss, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. Seuss

    Seuss BANNED BANNED

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    Hello all -

    I'm currently in the process of completing my first account automation tool for Digg. I'm going to giving it away free of charge, but would like to see what features I'm either missing or many of you would like added to it. Currently the program can do the following:

    - Proxy Server File Import, Allowing Public and Private Servers to be used.
    - Proxy Server Use Limitation + Auto-Rotation

    - Username, random name generation. You load up 3 different lists that are then used to create random names. Adding Numbers to usernames is also an option.

    - Random password generation is used as well, if desired.

    - All successfully completed accounts can be saved to a comma delimited file.

    I've thought about using a decaptcha api service that allows you, if you would like, to automate the entire process

    So what does all this mean? You can either use the tool I'm creating to easily and quickly make a dozen or more accounts, or use it to create 500 accounts. I'm trying to make it as feature rich and as flexible as possible. So post some features that you'd like to possibly have implemented.
     
  2. v7znay

    v7znay Junior Member

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    any news?
     
  3. kurasa

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    any updates ?
     
  4. TheMatrix

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    The features are fine, but I would love to see a nice, sleek design (GUI). Most free software have a GUI that suck big time.

    I recommend you take some time to make a cleaner and easy-to-use GUI.
     
  5. ``Yousef

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    It's free, so I wouldn't put an excessive amount work into it, but I definitely think working with a DeCaptcha API is a must.