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IS it me or is this forum getting more whitehat now? Not the same as it use to be

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by MiLiTARYiV, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. MiLiTARYiV

    MiLiTARYiV Senior Member

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    Over a time frame it seems like this site is getting more whitehat. I mean I love this site but over time it seem to have soften up. Not blaming admins or anything but it seems less and less people are sharing methods and money making ideals.

    I mean the purpose of the forum or one of the purpose is to put our heads together and share ideals. It seems its no longer this way.


    We use to have good awesome software here for sale and methods but now days its no more..

    I think alot of the VETs have left or something...Threads you see now here are noobs asking to be spoon thread or people trying to scam you...

    Its just not the same anymore but still a good site but not like how it use to be.. What are your thoughts
     
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    What, you don't like seeing a million of these types of threads:

    Whats clickbank
     
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  3. MiLiTARYiV

    MiLiTARYiV Senior Member

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    HAHAHAHAHHA I know right
     
  4. bizilux

    bizilux Senior Member

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    wait till you see link exchange assassin for sale here :D

    and in 1 month, my mini xrumer tool :)

    but yes i kinda agree on that, not so many of those really nice methods out here like they used to be, but im banking with or without them


    and yes, so more noobs lately on bhw... dear jesus help us
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    Whoa mini xrumer, wake me up when that´s available.


    What´s clickbank?
     
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  7. bizilux

    bizilux Senior Member

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    oh

    and i forgot my PM spammer that will go in sale in 1week :)

    but im not sure if it will go for sale, its just too powerful
     
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  8. ExtraWinner

    ExtraWinner BANNED BANNED

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    Go through old posts... What I see is that all ideas was:
    -stolen
    -saturated
    -misunderstand

    You are surprised that people keep stuff for themselves?

    Well this forum is heavy scanned by DP, WF, WF2, MMG, MMF, GOV, Security Companies etc...

    I wish I have access to Vip forum (not jr. though) as I would be very happy to share some techniques...

    By the way, what is XRumer and Clickbank? Please do not use strange shortcuts....
     
  9. SuperBlackHat

    SuperBlackHat Power Member

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    this forum is quickly going to the newbie whitehat dogs. Soon to be warriorforum 2.0. It is what it is.
     
  10. bizilux

    bizilux Senior Member

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    yep, i agree this forum should become private and closed forum for invitations only

    but then again, i dont think harro would agree with this idea :)
     
  11. imperial109

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    Seriously?

    You guys need to think outside of the box. Like the saying goes, take a method and twist it.

    There are so many new threads on here and most of which you could learn from. Sure there are not as many methods, but there are not that many revolutionary ideas coming up anymore. The web2.0 article sites are the talk of yesterday. So are bookmarking sites.

    That doesn't mean you can't make money. What are you waiting for? The best new method to "try" and see if it's for you. Take a method and figure out how to make money with it. Someone apparently has banked with it, so take it and figure out how to make it work. A method is does not work on a per person basis, but the willingness to do something is.

    Like I said, there's still so much to learn, like what's not working anymore. Take scrapebox for example. There are some threads being discussed right now. Most of them include something that doesn't work anymore. That's when you take that experience that someone has shared and figure out a way around it. You'll be the one of a few who has done their research and experimentation, and found a way to make it to the top. Meanwhile, everyone is too busy complaining and finding themselves in the sandbox.

    Just my 2 cents...
     
  12. MiLiTARYiV

    MiLiTARYiV Senior Member

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    ^6But thats exactly what I'm saying. We are all here to share ideals and out our brain together. Now that doesnt mean you have to share your exact method 1 for 1 but we take our ideals and branch off from there. It snot like that anymore.. Seems like its more of a IM Helpdesk here.


    I agree this forum should be closed. I dont see the reason of keeping it open?
     
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  13. str8thustler

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    How do I ping? but on a serious note, I do agree with you. No more good blackhat shares.
     
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    This is a natural and expended progression, imho. Forums start of small- to medium-sized with tight-nit group of people. As it becomes popular and others realize there are methods being shared, the community grows and people start to feel a dent in their profit margin. That dent will make you zip your lips real quick. Public forums always go down this road and it's a struggle to keep information flowing freely without compromising your income.
     
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    Not a so new discussion. Well, part of the story is also, that the mods/owners decicded to change the nature of the forum by banning "really questionable" stuff. They might have had their reasons. On the other hand, it is maybe only a question of time until a comparable (to the past) forum arises. And furthermore: people like us being some time here might also feel somehow bored since there in IM there is IMHO not sooo much stuff to learn, it is more about tweaking and extending working concepts or finding by yourself the big exploit and STFU.
     
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    harro makes money out of it :p i mean bigger the forum the better...for the owner of course
     
  17. MiLiTARYiV

    MiLiTARYiV Senior Member

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    ^^Yea but with all of us here. He could close it and still make money
     
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    yes, exactly my thought

    but nothing is moving in that way i guess
     
  19. pyronaut

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    I see it is different from what it was a few months back, but that was also different from when I first started coming here.

    The "Middle" period I refer to was sort of the fraud era. Rebills, CL, eWhoring, really the whole nine yards in connection with raping someones credit card. Rebills sort of died down, and eWhoring got booted from the forum. So it is no surprise that in those areas, there isn't much talk.

    In saying that, I actually prefer alot of the whitehat threads over "Let's just post 5k ads to CL per day". Some of the best threads here IMO are ones about XFactor sites and minisites. Not Blackhat through and through, but you can use blackhat techniques on them. And yes, Warrior Forum also have a pretty big following when it comes to minisites. But I don't think we should avoid a topic simply because another forum also talks about it.

    I guess what it comes down to, is what you deem to be blackhat. A long time ago, Blackhat was more so SEO techniques. Nowadays it seems alot of people believe it to be fraud, ripping off CPA Companies, or "tricking" users into entering their CC info.
     
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    I agree.
    I if had access to the VIP I would share also. just doesn't make since to share in the open forum cause you don't know who's watching