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[Question] GSA Captcha Breaker

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by tixpf, Apr 20, 2014.

  1. tixpf

    tixpf Regular Member

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    Hi guys,
    I'm about to buy GSA SER + Indexer and I'm seriously considering getting the Captcha Breaker, too. But since I'm on sort of a budget, I'd like to know if this addon is absolutely neccessary.
    As of right now, I've got a cracked Captcha Sniper and my projects are going to be rather small in the beginning. Eventually I'll definitely buy it, I'm just wondering if it is something I'll absolutely need right now. I can afford it, but it'd pretty much max out my funds.
     
  2. switch_2012

    switch_2012 Power Member

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    Hi mate, since you already have Captcha Sniper X use that and may be buy decaptcha credits and have the setup tiered - first Captcher Sniper x, then DeCaptcha.

    Also, think about getting proxies and VPS
     
  3. ScrapeboxWorker

    ScrapeboxWorker Regular Member

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    Go for a bulletproof vps - you wont need proxies, also if you have captcha sniper you dont need captcha breaker.
     
  4. tixpf

    tixpf Regular Member

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    Alright. Then I'll take a pass on Captcha Breaker for now. I wasn't sure, because I've heard people say that Captcha Sniper can be the bottle neck in an otherwise well performing machine that SER is.
    Would you mind explaining the part about the VPS? I don't quite follow to be honest. What exactly do you mean by bulletproof? I was under the impression that proxies are an absolute must.
     
  5. Groen

    Groen Regular Member

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    In my opinion, a bulletproof server is a waste of money. You will not be able to scrape google without proxies and websites in your verified list will blacklist your one and only ip.
     
  6. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    YOu should scrape other SE's than Google int he language of the site you are looking to promote.
    This will

    a) Save on proxies (as you will not keep calling the same SE over and over) and
    b) Give a more varied set of results and fine sites others don't link from.

    Yes - before you ask, a very small percentage of the sites indexed on other SE's won't be indexed on Google - but so what? About 96% will if you stick to English

    Here's a guide to my premium GSA set up for best links (quality NOT quantity) with the settings I use.
    http://www.demondemon.com/2014/04/19/creating-high-value-links-with-gsa-search-engine-ranker/

    Scritty
     
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  7. ScrapeboxWorker

    ScrapeboxWorker Regular Member

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    With a bulletproof dedicated server or VPS you dont have to use proxies to blast. Server owners just dont care about spam. If you are just going to do spammy links (i mean - on not moderated sites), thats the best choice. Ofc ip's of these servers are most of the time on stopforumspam website and possible on others too, but who cares?

    I have better success rate with GSA CB too, but if u already have Captcha Sniper just go with it. Specially if you are just starting. Tools are not a problem, well, nothing is a problem at all unless you will call it a problem, but better spend time on mastering your scraping techniques if you need a lot of target - sites to fill up with GSA.

    It all depends on your goals, with GSA you can create a lot of filters, you can outsource the scraping in another tool, you can scrape with gsa also.
    So let me ask you a question - what do you want to achieve, what are your goals? Then i can help you a little more
     
  8. tixpf

    tixpf Regular Member

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    I really enjoyed watching your video and reading through your post.
    One question though - the links you're creating with these settings are going to be of great quality, won't they? Are you going to link them directly to your money site, or will they be sent to (manually) created web2.0s?
    I'm asking, because this is actually exactly how I'd setup a campaign, but I haven't seen this approach that much. I always read about creating web2.0s and using them as Tier 1. Why not create a quality campaign like you did and use PR2+ as T1, PR1+ as T2 and PR0+ as T3 and maybe hit your sites with a couple of P3+ (manually) submitted links?


    Sounds reasonable. Well, I've already decided to go with a bunch of proxies. Reason is, I'll have GSA run on my home computer. Well, hard to say what my approach is going to be. I'd say I'm going to build quality campaigns. I'd rather focus on a couple of HQ links on the top tiers, but will definitely use some spamming techniques on lower tiers.

    Since you brought it up - I actually do have a question about scraping: Assuming I'd only use the built in GSA scraper for scraping (since I don't own Scrapebox, yet). Is there any difference between scraping for relevant URLs and start your campaign afterwards, or start your campaign without using a list you've scraped before and let it scrape while running? The only real difference I see, is that the 2nd option (scraping while submitting) is much more resource costly and will turn out to be much slower (and most likely burn through your proxies a little faster).
     
  9. tixpf

    tixpf Regular Member

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    I'd still love to hear your oppinion on this Scritty.

    And another question just popped into my head.

    How exactly do you approach the content uniqueness problem with this link structure? If your T1 is of high value and you spam it with T2/T3 low value and non contextual links then it's easy.

    But with your ‘high quality' link building strategy, we'll need 3 tiers of contextual links which will result in a shit load of submissions and all of them will use the same (I assume?) spun article, because all the tiers are contextual and of high value. Only difference between each tier is the PR (and maybe OBLs).

    As for the secondary links to each tier, that's spun BS/Spam content, I assume?

    You'd really help me out by answering this one, mate.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  10. Mehanicharot

    Mehanicharot Newbie

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    Is it possible to put link to download crack for captcha sniper, and tell us for what software version is that crack?

    Thank you and have a good day
     
  11. cmonty34

    cmonty34 Newbie

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    It seems to have worked well for me. My concern is actually using gscraper and not get an abuse complaint. I use their proxy service and it still creates issues. I ran it for 4 hours today and have 4 million URL's......but every other day I'm getting another abuse complaint. Are there any proxy options you know of that can help this problem?
     
  12. tixpf

    tixpf Regular Member

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    How does one receive an abuse complaint? Do you get an email from your provider, or how do you know there has been one?