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NEW - Completely Automated (and Free) Forum Profile Creator & Poster - Lots of Features

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by crazyflx, Dec 20, 2010.

  1. crazyflx

    crazyflx Elite Member

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    EDIT: I added a video showing this thing in action to the bottom of this post. I suggest that if you're going to watch it, you watch the whole thing as it shows very clearly how to use this software. The video is very short, and is best watched at YouTube in full screen HD so you can read what's on the screen.

    EDIT 2: I'm already getting PM's asking this, so I'm going to clear it up right now. Even without posting a single post, by having your website link in your profile, a lot of the links are still viewable/indexable, as illustrated at the following URLs (just examples):

    Code:
    http://www.pixelmator.com/support/profile.php?mode=viewprofile&u=12
    http://www.pixelmator.com/support/memberlist.php


    I shared a forum profile creator awhile back, and it seemed as though there were a LOT of people that liked it...even though it was definitely lacking a lot of functionality.

    I read that thread many times, and have gone ahead and done a complete overhaul to the software.

    I'm calling it "The Profiler"

    Software Icon:
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    Here is what it does/it's features:

    - Faster than the last one.

    - Creates profiles at phpBB forums only (already working on SMF).

    - Modifies the profiles with your website link & signature link

    - Proxy support

    - Saves successful/failed registrations - usernames/passwords

    - Supports {spintax|signature|format}

    - Supports backlinking to random websites from a list (lets say your signature is "Hey, look at this incredible website -> #website#" well, the #website# would be replaced with a random website of yours from the input file).

    - Semi-automatic posting - This means you type out a simple post to make, and put it in the UI (this does NOT support spintax as of right now). Then you press play. It will then navigate to each forum you have a working login for, log in, and then pause and wait for you to navigate to a "post reply" page. Then you press play again, it posts your message, logs out, moves onto the next forum you have a working login for and repeats the whole thing.

    - If a login worked once, and then stops working, it removes it from the working logins list.

    - I've "idiot proofed" the software

    - As long as your username isn't banned, you can post repeatedly using this software without having to type a single key...and it keeps track of banned/working accounts for you.

    - Your input file of forum urls can be to any URL inside the forum...not the registration page or user page alone.

    - A lot more tiny stuff.

    I've got a ton of more features in the works. This time, I thought ahead to what might make the software better in the future, and I made sure to lay the groundwork so as to make it easy to add in things like:

    - Start a thread and then go back two weeks later and comment on it (automatically)

    - Ask a question with one username and answer it with another (automatically)

    - Build a "real looking" user on the forum by consistently making "decent" posts

    - etc

    In the meantime, let me know what you think.

    EDITED: There was a small bug in the logic that checked your settings. It is fixed, and I re-uploaded the corrected file. If you downloaded the first one, you'll want to delete it and download this one as the error is corrected in this version.



    New VirusTotal:
    Code:
    http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report.html?id=df693dfe3248a3412bb874013e460cb090a20a1862f6d04d4f4da9a580eb0c97-1292901081
    VirusTotal Results:
    File name:
    Profiler.rar
    Submission date:
    2010-12-21 03:11:21 (UTC)
    Current status:
    Result:
    1/ 43 (2.3%) (it's the same one that shows up for any uBot made software, I can't help it.)


    New Download Link:

    Code:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?rd21yaat37tyyu6
    Footprint to use to scrape phpBB forums:

    Code:
    "powered by phpbb" inurl:viewtopic.php
    VIDEO
    (again, this is best watched at YouTube in full screen hd so you can read whats on the screen)
    (I just uploaded it, so it's still processing. Give it about ten minutes and you should be able to view it.)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2WFtcZX378
     
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  2. crazyflx

    crazyflx Elite Member

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    If anybody has any questions about how this works, or has any suggestions to add, please let me know.
     
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  3. MisterTwister

    MisterTwister Regular Member

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    Going to give this a try - Great share yet again crazyfix!
     
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  4. crazyflx

    crazyflx Elite Member

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    Thanks :) Be sure to let me know how it goes.

    I suggest using a small list of forums to start, maybe 100 or so, just so you can get a "feel" for the program and what files are created before/afterwards and why they are created.

    Once you understand everything, then go for a larger amount.
     
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  5. Bostoncab

    Bostoncab Elite Member

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    You could alwyas use this in conjunction with SB right?

    Scrape a list of keyword targeted highpr forums and join em?
     
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  6. bosmolskate

    bosmolskate Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Excellent share! Thank you so much for the share! This is a valuable tool and am surprised to see that you are giving this out for FREE
     
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  7. crazyflx

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    Thanks a lot, and yes, I tried to listen to as many of the suggestions that were most requested on that thread. I programmed this version, so that it is much easier for me to make additions. While you can't see it in this version, the programming is already about half finished for SMF (simple machines forum) and is already started for Vbulletin.

    Yes, that's right.

    Thanks a lot, happy to see you appreciate it :)
     
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  8. crazyflx

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    I put this in the OP, but for those who miss it, I'm putting it here. This video is best viewed at YouTube in full screen HD so you can actually read whats on the screen. (I just uploaded it, so it's still processing. Give it about ten minutes and you should be able to view it.)

    VIDEO OF SOFTWARE IN ACTION
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2WFtcZX378
     
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  9. broon

    broon Registered Member

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    Thanks for the cool share!

    Noob question:

    If I scrape for these forums, how can I add the "&agreed=true" to the end of these URL's, without copy/paste one at a time?

    I scraped a bunch of forums, and not sure the best way to paste this at the end of all these urls at once.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  10. crazyflx

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    The input URLs can be in any format at all. It doesn't matter whats on the end of them. The input URLs simply need to lead to any page that is on the forum, and the software will figure the rest out for you.

    Just use the footprint I provided in the OP, and you'll be good to go.
     
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  11. aReJay

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    Looks cool.

    Any captcha cracking support (or can it be integrated) I see death by captcha has been advertising here for a while, and are fairly cheap.

    -aReJay
     
  12. crazyflx

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    Decaptcher is integrated into the software. I just had it turned off for the video. You can choose to have the captchas solved for you, or you can solve them yourself.
     
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  13. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Very generous of you Crazy. Great to see you throwing something like this out for free which likely has cost you several hundred (or more, I'm not sure) to have coded.

    Good on you, thanks a lot and I'm not even that interested in creating my own forum profiles, but it seems so good that I'm going to give it a try.

    Thanks again, appreciated. :)
     
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  14. crazyflx

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    Thanks for the compliment :) And actually, it didn't cost me anything other than time (quite a bit of it, let me tell you) to have this coded...I made it :D
     
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  15. crazyflx

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    Again, here is another post I put in the OP, but I'm sure some won't re-read it, so I'm putting it here.

    In the future, anybody with any questions, please post them on the thread so others can see the back and forth Q&A.

    I'm already getting PM's asking this, so I'm going to clear it up right now. Even without posting a single post, by having your website link in your profile (the second module of the software entitled "modify profiles" does this for you), a lot of the links are still viewable/indexable, as illustrated at the following URLs (just examples):


    Code:
     [URL]http://www.pixelmator.com/support/profile.php?mode=viewprofile&u=12[/URL]
    [URL]http://www.pixelmator.com/support/memberlist.php[/URL]
     
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  16. Bostoncab

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    This could be another Scrapebox helps thing right? Pinging the profile links created or turning them into html than submitting them as an rss feed so all the profile links get cached?


     
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  17. crazyflx

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    Yes, that could definitely help. Let your imagination run wild :)

    Basically, this is just another tool to help you get mass backlinks...maybe 2nd or 3rd tier backlinks to your backlinks or just straight to your money site.
     
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    bot stops on first page www.crazyflix ..
    It shows everything ok . No errors but won´t start to register.
    Any idea?
     
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  19. crazyflx

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    *** Question ***

    In the next release of this, there on the "Semi-Auto Poster" module, there is going to be a place to select a file that has line separated post titles & post body content (which you can also spin).

    I've got a question though, as I want to see how the users of the software would feel about it.

    A lot of these phpBB forums have modified their registration pages to have silly extra questions that my software doesn't currently recognize.

    I'm thinking about adding a feature to this software, that the user could either opt to have turned on or off.

    That feature would upload all the sites that it couldn't register at while each user is using it, to a central location on my server. I could then comb through all the non-successful sites and quickly add support for each one to the software.

    So the more people who use it and opt-in to share there non-successful sites with me, the higher success rate the software will have.

    Your thoughts?

    Oh, and for anybody who has/is used/using this software, do you have any feedback as of right now?
     
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  20. crazyflx

    crazyflx Elite Member

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    Yes, press the play button again.
     
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