ok so i been making bots for this and that for about a year now and thought why not facebook. so i made a bot for it that works with the new interface and i have to say that it is SOOOO easy to fool facebook. it's been running for like 2 months on one account now which is maxxed out at 5k friends. I also maxxed 12 other accounts out too. The way i designed was simply to study how people use facebook, ie watch several 'typical' users for a couple of hours. I know that there are bots and software out there, such likes as fbook blaster and such software's, but with these i see a major flaw. They are simply tooo greedy! By greedy i mean that they add friends at an alarming rate sending requests and using java snippets in the address bar - all of which are easily traceable and can be detected at the other end. They also do not reflect how a 'human' would interact with a site. Unless you are telepathic you couldn't possibly send a friend request in under a second. Which is where fbook catches you out, even if you put a 60 second delay between requests. Human emulation is the key with any bot and whilst this may sacrifice speed, it guarantees results. The bot i made (it's not for sale yet) firstly only works on one account at a time. It learns from this account and uses OCR and a chatbot SDK to emulate human activity, and it runs 24/7. I have it running on a spare pc and yes it works well. For each account i use free sim cards to verify, and once verified the captcha problem is gone. So i leave it merrily running away adding friends (typically 100-200 a day), wall posting at random intervals on random friends walls, chatting with friends who are online, adding comments and posting status updates. I would say that the only hassle is getting the extra sim cards. It dosen't do this at like lightening speed - it does it at the speed that you or i would. You cannot speed it up or slow it down - it just does it. For the chats i have over 10,000 responses i created using chat bots and some automation software i use, with the conversation starting like 'hello','hi','howdy' etc and continuing for 4 or 5 more replies. The last reply includes a link to whatever i want. The responses were also 'trained' from watching the users use fbook and talking to new friends. For people you don't know (how many do you know on your fbook?) the responses are typically the same. I am working on several new bots which i will incorporate which will use apps and i am also working on refining the chat bots so i can put them in 'personality' categories to match moods ie. sexy, flirty, mad, argumentative etc. When finished the bot(s) will be more like a virtual person than a bot, a bit like a 'Sim-Facebook' To any bot creators reading this i hope you learn something and do as i say - slowly slowly catchy monkey.