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[GET] Domain Registrar Account Creator (DRAC) - The Foundation for Truly Anonymous PBNs.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by alexthepbndude, Oct 17, 2014.

  1. alexthepbndude

    alexthepbndude Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hey guys,

    I've recently upgraded my account to Jr VIP and as a token of gratitude for the warm response I got from the BlackHatWorld community after launching my Q&A thread (which got almost 23k views and 300+ replies), I decided to share DRAC (Domain Registrar Account Creator), a small tiny tool we developed to automate the process of creating multiple registrar accounts used both for the domains in our own private networks and for our clients as well.

    So many may deny this and say it's a little bit too much hype and paranoia, but the philosophy behind this account creator is that Google, being a registrar itself, may have access to such data and basically see if you have 10-50-100 domains on the exact same account with any registrar, which may lead to a footprint. I don't care if this is true or not (no time to do the research properly), but one thing is clear, I want to be on the safe side in case they do. That's why I personally believe, ideally, you want 1 domain per registrar account if you want every single PBN domain to look unique and belonging to a different person (I didn't do it from the very beginning so I'm guilty of this myself, but will definitely embrace this approach from now on). And this is what lead to the development of this particular software. I'm not going to say it cost me $10k USD and took 5 years in development because it didn't (my good friend coded it in several days), but it does what it should do pretty well and that's all it matters.

    And now, in order to make you guys better understand why such a tool may be useful, I'm going to explain how we've been registering most expired domains for our PBNs lately.

    1. So first thing first we check the WHOIS HISTORY of every domain using DomainTools and grab/scrape the information about the last registrant.

    2. We then manually create a brand new email account as close to the one of that person as possible. So if the last owner of domain was John Lane and his email address was johnlane@msn.com, we'll create johnlanejr@live.com.

    3. We'll then register a brand new registrar account using a slightly modified variation of that dude's name. And this is where DRAC comes into place. It automates the Domain Registrar Account Creation task and does it in seconds.

    4. When that's done, we'll upload some funds using PayPal to that specific registrar account (in this case NameCheap) and then buy the expired domain using the slightly modified variation of that dude's name. No fake info, no privacy. Save money on privacy in the long run (even though some providers do provide free privacy for life) and avoid fake name patterns (too many beginners abusing FakeNameGenerator has lead to name patterns revealing PBN sites in Google when queried). At the end of the day, most legit sites don't have their WHOIS information hidden and I really why we should either.

    The idea behind this approach is very simple. We want to create the feeling the last owner of the domain decides to get his site back and does the above. Of course, everything is going to look even more legit when you resurrect the last clearly available snapshot from Archive.org and upload it to your hosting account (I'll also share a cool tool for Archive.org website resurrection whenever I find time to do it). That's how you pass a manual review. That's how you build truly anonymous PBNs.

    Now, I'm not saying this is right or wrong, but this is what works great for me at the moment. So here you have a small tool that will help with automating the tedious account creation process and also some golden nuggets of info regarding expired domain registration for truly private blog/site networks.

    Current DRAC's features:

    - Supports 5 big registrars (NameCheap, NameSilo, NamePal, Name.com and Hover)
    - Auto generate button for: UserName, First Name, Last Name, Password, Pin Code (in case you don't want to use the one from WHOIS HISTORY)
    - Uses random @yopmail accounts that can be accessed without having to login via yopmail.com/EmailUserNameHERE. (You can use your own email)
    - As Name.com & Hover.com require registrant information from the very beginning when signing-up for an account, the software has the necessary fields to input the address, zip code, phone, city, state and country.

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    Those of you who may say this is not ethical.

    Well, what I do is just Google the guy's name before using it and usually there are thousands of "John Lane" out there. So I really don't see a big problem in this. And if this particular approach allows us to keep our networks safe from a potential Google manual review and slap, why not do it?

    Please let me know if you have any questions. I'll do my best to answer them as fast as I can.

    Here's the DRAC download link: http://www45.zippyshare.com/v/85233847/file.html

    Here's the VirusTotal Scan Report: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/...ad3f602b0aadffd3a878ca2e/analysis/1413362372/

    If someone with C# programming skills wants me to share the source code of this so they can code more registrars, just let me know and I'll do it right away.

    Alex
     
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  2. M4XW3LL

    M4XW3LL Senior Member

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    Thanks for the great tool Alex. Keep up the great shares!
     
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  3. domainingin

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    Thanks for sharing!
    Some may say you guys are paranoid to try hiding your PBN from Google, but the more paranoid you are the more it works!
    Keep up the good work!
    Dan
     
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  4. wrasse123

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    Woohoo! Downloaded. Thanks Alex!
     
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  5. alexthepbndude

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    FisnikS,

    You're welcome mate!

    domainingin,

    Paranoia is not a really big problem if you're constantly taking action. I would say it's even healthy to be extra careful with stuff like this lol

    wrasse123,

    Cool, let me know if works for you.
     
  6. coitza

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    Interesting software and a nice idea behind it. Really cool of you to share it with everybody so congratz for that, will definitely give it a try.
     
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  7. doctorbinsibar

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    This is a great Article thank you for this !
     
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  8. accessted

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    Nice share Alex..
     
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    Thanks Alex! Super useful!
     
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  10. alexthepbndude

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    coitza,

    Thanks mate, I'm glad you find the concept interesting. Let me know if it works for your business.

    doctorbinsibar,

    I didn't intend to write an article, I was planning to just share this piece of software, but I'm glad you managed to get something valuable out of it.

    accessted,

    Thanks mate!

    nivrag,

    Let me know if you it works for you my friend.
     
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  11. blackhatter007

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    It's Nice Cool Great Tool :)
     
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  12. TrollDad

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    Hi Alex, you are great, always, and expecting your archive tool!
     
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    Thanks a lot Alex, great way to hide information. I will test the tool when setting up my next batch of sites. Looking forward to the archive bot... intrigued!
     
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    Great Share Dude. Thanks a Lot.
     
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  15. alexthepbndude

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    You are all guys most welcome! :)
     
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    - After reading 2 times, I still don't know and understand how your tool and which steps get the last person info.
    Example I want a expired domain replyaaa(.)bl. What should I do with your tool ?
    - Or your tool have their own database already ?
     
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  17. alexthepbndude

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    Hey fseokk,

    This tool doesn't help with getting the details of the last domain owner. You have to input that data yourself, or generate random, bogus info.

    You can use the paid subscription from DomainTools.com to have access to this kind of information. It's known as WHOIS HISTORY.

    DT is quite expensive though.

    Alex
     
  18. TrollDad

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    who.is can check whois histroy and it is free
     
  19. ThopHayt

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    I'm still a little unclear on how the email randomization works... how do you then access the email address and why is it safe to have all the emails come from yopmail??? If there is a domain issue down the line and you need to respond to it wouldn't using a yop email make it impossible to save your domain from being pulled?
     
  20. alexthepbndude

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    TrollDad,

    Who.is won't show you who owned a domain that expired in 2010 and is currently available for registration. Trust me, I've done my research. Only DomainTools.com has that info archived and it costs $50/mo for 100 WHOIS HISTORY searches per month.

    ThopHayt,

    The name and email randomization was built in for the extremely lazy folks. However, I can share the source code so that you add more lists of last and first names. That's doable. I highly recommend using different email addresses than the ones provided by default. You can check the inbox by loading www.yopmail.com/YOPUSERNAME.

    Alex