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How to Automate Downloads ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Tusku, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. Tusku

    Tusku Newbie

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    Any one clear me is it possible to get downloads from different ips Automatically ? :D
     
  2. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

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    Could you be a little more specific?

    If you mean from within your own site network, by redirecting the user from site a to site b and having a download popup for them to run/save/cancel...Sure, that can be done with a php header function set in a page on site a and the download file link the target on site b.

    Still would have to accept/decline the load on the user's end though.

    As for automatically downloading from a redirect on your site a to site b, being for example ' hotfile ', that isn't possible, as they have their timer/captcha system in place to protect their server bandwidth, as well as against the same reason you wrote this post...direct download attempts.

    Hope that helps.
     
  3. gdiexpert

    gdiexpert Registered Member

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    hmm..sound complex. but tks for the solution..
     
  4. Tusku

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    i want to download the files by myself from diff ips ofcourse its with captcha. Any automate software ? to keep the download link in that and automate it to download 100 times ??
     
  5. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

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    Nah, not complex at all really.

    Steps:

    1. Load the file you want the user to have access to into site b.

    2. Creater a php page in site a with the following code:

    <?php

    header ( ' Location: link-to-siteb-page-with-download/file.zip ' ) ;

    php?>

    Note: Be sure an link the path directly to the file in site b location.

    3. Link your user to this page within your site, using a simple html ' click here to get this file ' text link or button graphic.

    After that, all you have to do is let the users know it is there for the taking.

    Posted the same thing on another thread the other day for redirecting from offsite ip addresses...it isn't a method that can be used like the old doorway scams, as the isp companies monitor and shut hosting accounts down for that but, it can be used in methods for connecting from one site to another within reason or for offsite file access like this method shows.

    Php is very flexible and people only use it in it's most basic form. They will catch up.
     
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2010