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How would you utilise this resource? An ex-fraudster steps into SEO

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by derpaherp, Jun 4, 2015.

  1. derpaherp

    derpaherp Newbie

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    Hi There,

    A scenario for you gentlemen, if you'll oblige; Say that after waging a year long campaign of fervent SQL Injection against everything in your path, and parsing your vast lists of Email:pass combinations, you had the personal email logins of around 100,000 people, virtually all ISP based logins, and all from a very high value country in terms of internet marketing revenue potential (the highest, as I'm led to believe).

    Having grown weary of outright Fraud, and having picked clean most of the low hanging fruit, you stumble across the concept of Blackhat SEO and think hey, maybe I might give that a go.. where would one start as to best utilize such a resource to its best potential in the SEO world?

    Thankyou for your thoughts in advance
     
  2. SolveMyMaze

    SolveMyMaze Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I would get a great lawyer since you've claimed outright fraud on here. Better get some Vaseline too.
     
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  3. IAmFromTheInternet

    IAmFromTheInternet Junior Member

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    Send all of them a nice email to inform them they are hacked by a script kiddie and urge them to change their passwords.

    Also, make them click my Adsense ads.
     
  4. puneetas3

    puneetas3 Senior Member

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    Make a backlink from them...they don't even need to see it. Its your private blog network just like SAPE.
     
  5. Darren9682

    Darren9682 Regular Member

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    If you are as good as you claim why not contact companies and "test" their security systems for a fee. Easier and quicker than any SEO journey and you're in full control. Not Google!
     
  6. Chees

    Chees Regular Member

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    How would you even utilize this ? How can you use these credentials for SEO ? I guess Im missing something here.
     
  7. ChanzGrande

    ChanzGrande Elite Member

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    These things are in different worlds. One has nothing to do with the other. Apart from the suggestion above to SPAM them there is very little you actually can do with this list/information without further exposing yourself to legal issues - specifically fraud. You can't pretend to be these people, and blackhat SEO is mostly about building linking campaigns, so it has nothing to do with your illegitimate acquisition of 100,000 email addresses.

    Way to waste a year of your life though!!!! Most people might have put some more thought into the plan in advance, reinvested profits they made along the way, and considered the "end game." I think your only chance of monetizing these now is via spam. Good luck!