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Looking for Linux server based tools/scripts

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by gacott, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. gacott

    gacott Junior Member

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    I am looking for Linux server based IM tools, most likely PHP scripts.

    The idea here is true automation . . .something that can be set up in a cron job. Also, I do mentoring and I am looking for tools that I can host for my students.

    Tools I am looking for:

    Mass indexer -- urls to alexa etc. A lot of windows apps for this floating around, would like to find some server based.

    Bookmarking tool -- I have social bookmarks demon but there is a lot that's not working with it these days. Any others like this out there?

    Some nice keyword tools -- would be great to find some decent server based keyword tools also. Lot's of great desktop tools but very few server based.

    RSS and feed based tools -- something you import a list of urls and turn into a feed would be great.

    Anything else you can think of. It would be great to be able to make this thread into a thread about Linux server based IM Tools that people will always be able to reference.
     
  2. satyawrat

    satyawrat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    for keyword stuff;
    Market Samurai is adobe air app, so it can be run on Linux [atleast on Ubuntu Distro]

    For Backlinking:
    Link farm evolution - PHP script

    Best solution: download virtualbox and run win32 apps inside it
     
  3. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    Yeah, most BH software is M$. This really sucks. Live with it and grab a VM or make the work and try wine - for some apps it might work.

    Some stuff on the other side is quickly implemented. If you are experienced PHP programmer, you can replicate functionality of many IM software easily.

     
  4. gacott

    gacott Junior Member

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    You guys are missing the point, I want Linux based, server side scripts.

    I know all about adobe air shit and virtualization, but I am looking for Linux based SERVER apps . . . so adobe air is out also.

    G
     
  5. negligence

    negligence Regular Member

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    This is a PHP Script that I dropped into a cron job to automate the posting of random URLs to Twitter.

    Now, you will have to register to create an app over at Twitter's Developer Corner, and get OAuth strings for both your account and the App, but that's a quick setup.

    Throw in a FOR loop with a strlen() check to add a random list of hash tags to your tweet if you'd like, it's pretty basic. Shoot me a PM if you need help with this.

    Setup your cron to run at whatever interval you want and execute it with with "lynx -dump http://your/url/here/twitter_post.php" or run it straight from the CLI with "php ~/your/scripts/location/twitter_post.php" if you'd prefer.

    PHP, Twitter, and Bit.ly Auto-Post via OAuth

    Check out my implementation of it in this thread.

    Although I know it's irrelevant since there's no executable here, inevitably one of you will ask for the VT scan. Here it is.

    VT Results

    File name:
    Twitter PHP Poster.zip
    Submission date:
    2011-01-02 20:49:49 (UTC)
    Current status:
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    0/ 43 (0.0%)
     
  6. satyawrat

    satyawrat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Linux guys code their own shit :p
    No need to buy simple automation scripts if you are advanced linux user... if you are not advanced, no need to use linux... there are not many advantages if you do not fully use it
     
  7. negligence

    negligence Regular Member

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    What?

    That was a senseless statement. Not everyone that uses Linux is proficient in programming. In fact, I know a multitude of sysadmins that couldn't code their way out of a syntax error (haha?).
     
  8. gacott

    gacott Junior Member

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    LOL, just about the dumbest thing I have heard on this forum . . . and I've heard a lot. It's like saying anybody who uses windows must know C # or .net. And why would a Linux guy know PHP any better than a windows guy? PHP is a server side script, not desktop . . . and runs on just about ANY OS.
    Clearly you know shit about Linux . . . starting with not having to worry about viruses. BTW, I've been a full time Linux user since '98.

    But thanks for you input anyway . . . it was good for a chuckle.

    G