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EasyHits4u.com Bot Source (Decaptcher API Example too) [VB.NET]

Discussion in 'Visual Basic .NET' started by negligence, Nov 14, 2010.

  1. negligence

    negligence Regular Member

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    I was browsing through my computer the other day and found this little bot that I had made a while ago. It was a bot to run on EasyHits4u.com for hours at a time, which eventually led to my account getting banned.

    Anyways, it never made its way out of testing phases, but it still works. It could use some sanity checking if anyone wants to show it some tender love and care. It's by no means a complete bot, and uses the web browser control.

    This is a very basic way of getting done what needed to be done, and was abandoned because I was being sloppy.

    This source also shows a good example of how to use the Decaptcher.com API to integrate into your other bots. I hope some of you can learn from this, and release some great bots. Keep me in mind though, maybe a discount or something ;).

    File is available through Media Fire

    Or attached below...

    Edit: It's a bot's source code... no binaries are included? Anyways, Virus total results at:
    Results:

    Result:
    1/ 43 (2.3%)
    Sophos4.59.02010.11.14DeCaptcher CAPTCHA Breaker
     

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  2. edoho

    edoho Junior Member

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    virus scan pls
     
  3. negligence

    negligence Regular Member

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    Updated with VT.
     
  4. Monrox

    Monrox Power Member

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    While there are binaries inside if you think you're advanced enough to use this code you should also know that any virus report can come out negative if the programmer has the patience to tweak the software and rescan the result until all comes back negative no matter what nasties might be inside. Surest thing is to get a peek of the code and it is given to you by the OP.

    Thx to negligence for the share.
     
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  5. negligence

    negligence Regular Member

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    Although I don't have the code locally anymore and I have no interest in continuing the use, I think that code was submitting the code to Decaptcher, and waiting for a response. The xdelay function was used to hold out until the timer on the website had expired. They had a random delay of 8-15 seconds at the time I wrote the code, so I always waited the maximum time. There was minimal variation on my end, and that should definitely be tweaked.

    In any case, I believe it was more like the first example, it waited for Decaptcher to respond :)
     
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