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Distributed browser, all clients get same information, must be encrypted is this possible?

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by pritch, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. pritch

    pritch Newbie

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    Is it possible to say have all the different users running my software to be downloading instructions from a central server telling them what websites to visit but have it so all information is encrypted basically so google cant see which websites are using the system?
     
  2. pritch

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    anyone?
     
  3. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Want you are saying doesn't make much sense. If I control a browser in a remote machine how 's google involved in this anyway?
     
  4. pritch

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    I mean like, if the program such as senuke x is working on websites its instructed to from a central server, i wouldnt want any google employees for example being able to see which websites are using the service by signing up themselves and monitoring traffic so it would need to be encrypted. That's what I'm wondering is feasible or not?
     
  5. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    If you 're selling the software itself, and the actual automation is happening on the client 's pc, you can't hide what 's going on - you can't encrypt the traffic to the target sites.
     
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  6. pritch

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    ah shit :( See I have an idea to develop a network to mimic user behaviour which is obviously a big ranking factor these days. If google can see which sites it's spending time on though it could maybe get sites blacklisted fast... private vpns are too expensive and I think google can tell the difference between proxy users and real, even if they fake browser, resolution info etc? Right?
     
  7. NadiHassan

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    That's easy to do but pretty useless . Good thinking though - You can try to make it a service (if the user leaves it on for an hour he get's .5$ ) My 2 cents really
     
  8. zysfryar

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    This is actually something similar to a tool I've been running for a year & half now, but it also works along with fresh private proxies.
    I'm looking to better automate the browser portion.
     
  9. NadiHassan

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    Well , if you are looking to automate it it might work - If your looking for a freelancer try finding one or hit me up to get you in contact with one
     
  10. botrockets

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    if it's browser you can encrypt the network traffic using https
    You can even encrypt the data sent from server and decrypt it on client's browser using javascript..
    I have done this before using AES(Advanced encryption standard) algorithm