I need a program create 1000+ fake viewers for my cam show on chaturbate I know very, very little about coding but I'm wondering if this article I found can be reproduced for chaturbate? This way it is not resource heavy. The article describes how the author created thousands of views without needing a lot of RAM or bandwidth. Can that be done here? If you can do this let me know cause I want it asap please. Thanks content from article : Reverse Engineering Twitch’s View Counter Although I do not personally play video games or broadcast on Twitch, I wanted to see if there was a way to fake the number of live viewers on a stream in order to be featured on the front page. The first thing I tried was just to open a stream on different web browsers and private browsing/incognito. As it turns out, it worked. From that, I was fairly certain that views could be faked on a single computer. The easy way to fake views would just be to make a program that opens a thousand tabs of the live stream, but that would be very resource intensive. Each page load is upwards of 3 MB and there’s the obvious problem of having a lot of live video streams playing at the same time. The bandwidth requirement would be too high. The better way, of course, is to find out what mechanism keeps track of views. When a stream is loaded with Chrome dev tools open, I found queries to many hostnames, like mp.twitch.tv, usher.twitch.tv, api.twitch.tv, etc… To narrow down the results, I decided to block these hostnames one at a time to see if they were important. I ended up with a few required ones, namely usher.twitch.tv. Requests sent to this hostname returned “tokens”, which I assumed were session variables. Doing some quick Google searching reveals that usher.twitch.tv is used by many 3rd party programs to play Twitch broadcasts. The program I ended up using is called livestreamer, which is a pip module used to launch streams in VLC player. What’s great about livestreamer is that it queries Twitch’s server and is able to return the result in json format. In this data is a URL that contains data about the video chunks of the live stream. Faking viewers on Twitch When a request is sent to the URL received from livestreamer, Twitch thinks a client is watching the live stream. With this in mind, I wrote a simple Python script that gets builds Twitch viewing tokens and queries using a HEAD request to mimic a viewer using the lowest amount of bandwidth possible. In initial tests, I was only able to fake about ~100 users. But tweaking the number of concurrent threads yielded significant results. To fake 1000 users using this script only took about 200 KB/sec – a ridiculously low amount of bandwidth. In fact, opening one live stream in the web browser would use more bandwidth than that. The bottleneck is now the CPU, rather than the network (cPython isn’t the most cpu efficient language). can that underlined part be done for chaturbate?