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Linux Blackhat Tools

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by mdd345, Apr 6, 2008.

  1. mdd345

    mdd345 Regular Member

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    Anyone know of a way to bundle software for a PPI torrent campaign in linux?

    So... I'm a VERY cheap person, and I know I could download and burn XP with a corporate key... but I just don't feel like it, and I already have Ubuntu running on my lappy.
     
  2. shovi

    shovi Newbie

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    Personally I am pissed of becouse its very rare that these bh-programs work in linux or mac os x. I don't have any interest using windows, but maybe I have to someday.
     
  3. thepassionofchad

    thepassionofchad Newbie

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    Just dual boot linux and windows. Use linux for the everyday stuff and keep a ~10gb partition with XP on it for the exclusive windows stuff you have to use.
     
  4. emonk

    emonk BANNED BANNED

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    Use QEMU, and run your windows apps in a virtual windows session from inside Linux.
     
  5. DAMINK

    DAMINK Registered Member

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    Wine might do the job for ya.
    Emulator basicly.

    Then run windows apps within that ofcourse.

    DAMINK
     
  6. trophaeum

    trophaeum Senior Member

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    wine works fine however expect harro to lay the smackdown, ppi threads on the ppi forum (see the left hand side menu)
     
  7. Essential Clix

    Essential Clix Executive VIP Premium Member

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    www.******************* for all your ppi needs =)

    And yes, Wine (or any other windows emulator) will work fine to run your windows programs from within Linux.
     
  8. genie1

    genie1 Junior Member

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    I noticed this as well. Things like prstorm and such work fine in wine, so you might want to give it a shot. Without linux I think my bh abilities would be severely hindered, as I love being able to write a new script on the fly to do things that you'll never find a windows app for ;)
     
  9. svakanda

    svakanda Guest

    wine or parallels work wonders. but dosbox is still mah fav!