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How would you spread out a fb page?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by ijof9, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. ijof9

    ijof9 Power Member

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    Following the thread here: blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/facebook/342701-rise-flat-dead-100-000-facebook.html

    The script died because of tinyurl abuse. If you try to post to a friends wall a tinyurl link, you will see a recaptcha first. So what you think we should implement, in order to spread out a facebook page, and still keep the link to the page server-side controllable in case the page gets deleted but the wall post not?

    And here is what I have so far:
    - A regular (non-tinyurl) link goes down after the first 100-200 wall posts.
    - Viral events which get reported get killed within 48h
    - Every time a user enters the js code, I can create another page, event, recommend a page, give like to a page, submit a form with anything, literally anything, any action that is done on facebook except for image uploads or XSS data get.
     
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    leemajors Registered Member

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    what about bit.ly links? any data on that? (one could create a new bit.ly url for every post or every 10 or so..., while avoiding their API - I've got a way for that, would that help?)
     
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    ijof9 Power Member

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    Okay, bit.ly not blocked. Tested (with API) but all comments got deleted in less than a minute.

    I'm thinking of spamming all possible channels. PMs, events, page recommendations etc. I should probably get the user to create another FB page, so when the page gets deleted, I will have a personal stash of page IDs on the server, and just deliver the next one. It's less effective but should still work.
     
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    Use an array of tinyurl/ stump.ws links and change them every few hours to avoid the link ban.Its pretty simple php.

    Also changing the domain or facebook page every few hours helps to avoid getting caught!

    Hope it helps!
     
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    There are about a billion different URL shorteners out there -- if you could rotate between links, on say 20 different shorteners at that, it would seem to provide an extra levle of protection beyond just rotating links on one URL
     
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    Tried 6 different URL shorteners. The URL shortener is not the issue, it's the volume and time. I bring 60 wall posts in under a minute which doesn't look like human at all. Still exploring different options.
     
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    did so.
     
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    I love this guy, he's serious, not messing around like others.

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