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Made fake megaupload website to push CPA, whacha think?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by TheInternetHustler, Jun 7, 2009.

  1. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    I just threw this site together with some iframing http://megadownloadtest.6fu7.com/
    Enter the captcha and see what happens. You don't actually have to enter the captcha though, it'll take you to the same page. Looks real right?

    I have only tested this on my computer. does it work and and is all aligned correctly on your computer? (the there is no CPA link on this test version, so that part wont work)

    What do you guys think? Would there be a better way to make it believable, or is it ok as it it? Pretty cool right? I think this could be pretty profitable....
     
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  2. quarantine

    quarantine Newbie

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    your "HERE" link doesn't appear to work, I can't click on it.
     
  3. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    Yeah, there is no link on there right now, I mentioned that in the first post. Thanks for checking it out though. Did it look alright?
     
  4. quarantine

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    OOPS! sorry I must have missed that!

    Yes it looks very believable, I am sure the typical internet user would likely fall for that.
     
  5. amber0855

    amber0855 Junior Member

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    Obfuscate the html into javascript to better avoid detection when you implement this.

    voormedia.com/en/tools/html-obfuscate-scrambler.php

    Just paste in the html and click, then paste the java instead of your html
     
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  6. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    Wow that was easy, thanks :)
     
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    khan0 Registered Member

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    LOL very nice, good job :) Love the button rollovers as well ..

    Suggestion: put ads on instead of those 3 images. How can a 'file hosting' website not have ads at all on the page ;)

    EDIT: Even better, fetch 10 image ads of that size from their website. And use PHP to randomly pull 3 ads out of those 10 every time page is executed :D
     
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  8. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    The roll over bottons are just iframed from the site, I didn't make em but it works.
     
  9. professional20

    professional20 Power Member

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    Looks just as real, i'd be fooled.
     
  10. ipodtouchhackerisher

    ipodtouchhackerisher Senior Member

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    Very Nice Job :clap2: A Little scary to lol
     
  11. blue141

    blue141 Regular Member

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    FOr CPA newbies, how are you going to get paid on this? Just fascinated by how that's going to work for you to actually make ca$h.

    Site looks great, btw
     
  12. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    One the second page the users will be required to complete a survey(no link up on the test page), I get paid for getting people to fill out surveys.
     
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    proxyme Registered Member

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    It looks pretty legit nice work!
     
  14. dinz

    dinz Junior Member

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    why do you need iframe?
     
  15. joesomebody

    joesomebody Registered Member

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    It's been done, honestly...

    If I were you, I'd use it to crack captchas and use the users' IP addresses to make gmail accounts.
     
  16. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    I havent seen it done before so I am assuming the people I will be targeting will not have not seen it either. That gmail idea is pretty damn good though, although I wouldn't know how to implement it. I am going to see how it converts tomorrow...
     
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    looks good, most will fall for it. pretty smart effort
     
  18. joesomebody

    joesomebody Registered Member

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    I'd almost fall for it.

    LoL...

    But yeah, you just need a php script in a 1x1 iframe that grabs the gmail captcha, autogens a good id and password, stores them in a database, and submits whenever your user submits the captcha.
     
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  19. seres

    seres Junior Member

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    Is a great idea and with this one you give me another idea, for use one method that have in mind.
    DonĀ“t worry i do with rapidshare :drinking2
     
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  20. lhamp

    lhamp Newbie

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    Using Firefox 3 @ 1024x768, it has to be scrolled horizontally on my machine.
     
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