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I need to autofill a form many times. Here's how I plan to do it. Your thoughts?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by leventa2, Oct 16, 2014.

  1. leventa2

    leventa2 Newbie

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    1. Rent a dedicated remote windows server for one month, preferably with at least a quad-core processor.

    2. Hire someone from here to create a zennolab script to fill it out many times. It will also click on the verification emails.

    3. Buy the emails I need.

    3. Put the script on the server and run it. Additionally, I will buy a one month sub to a VPN which automatically switches IPs as needed.
     
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    good decision :) it may work
     
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    Quad core for this? Not needed at all.

    Myself, I am a programmer (PHP) who have previously done this kind of thing, I can tell you that posting on a site even at many threads, is not going to bother the CPU much.

    Just to note, make sure you signup and verify the link from the same ip, or atleast something in the same subnet. They wont like you registering from US and verifiying the link from a Nigerian IP :D
     
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    I remember trying this with 10 threads at a time and my computer really slowed down. I thought my processor was decent. Maybe the problem is the ram?
     
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    No, no. Well if something is slowing down, thats definitely the processor. RAM wont slow this down unless there is lot of data involved.

    But I have no clue why 10 threads should clog the processor down. Bad coding maybe? Memory leaks?