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How I can parse sites with such thing

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kauhywka, Oct 20, 2015.

  1. kauhywka

    kauhywka Junior Member

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    I do not know, maybe I create this thread in not write place, BTW I do not know where to create such thing, sry for that
    So questions is "how I can parse all sites which are having small part of javascript in their headers"
    So I want to parse all sites, which are having <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.XXXXXX.com/XXXXXXXX"></script> in header
    Is there any method to do it?
     
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    todordonev Regular Member

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    Heres what I understand
    You have a file.txt of urls and you want to see if websites in it contain this specific script tag in the head and if it does you want to put it in other file.txt?
    If its this I can build you a quick bot for free :)
     
  3. kauhywka

    kauhywka Junior Member

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    I have not got list of sites :(
    I know only one thing, if I will be able to see 50-100 sites which has got one special link in header, it could be the most amazing thing
     
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    Will this work for good result?what you think to add much sites at one place?
     
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    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I am sure it can be coded, but what you are giving us to go by is very limited. In short, yes, it's possible to separate sites with that header from ones without it. you would need a way of getting a list to filter though.