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scrapeboard .sbacc files

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by partymarty4870, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    Not overly thrilled with scrapeboard yet - but I can wait, I'm patient.

    I'm trying to make use of the forum poster. I've got 1000's of profiles with logins from Xrumer and want to import these.

    Using excel and notepad I'm managing it Ok but does anyone know what the 1 between the forum address and the login name is?

    eg

    Code:
    www.forumtoabuse.net/forum|[SIZE=5][COLOR=red]1[/COLOR][/SIZE]|myname|mypass|
     
  2. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    from scrapeboards help files

    "If you already own some forum accounts and want to add them to an existing account file, you can just open the account file (extension .sbacc) in NotePad or any text editor and add your entries.
    The format of each entry in the account file is as follow:
    Forum root|platform|loginname|loginpassword|userid
    Example:
    http://www.myforum.com/smf|2|testuser|testpass|7
    Platform values:
    The platform values of an account entry is as follow:
    0 = vBulletin
    1 = phpBB
    2 = SMF 2.x
    3 = IPB 3.x"

    I figured that if I can't delete such a stupid post I may as well answer it myself with an obvious answer.


    And I swear the first place I looked was that help file................................
     
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  3. boro

    boro Regular Member Premium Member

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    Its always better to post your answer I am sure this will help people out in the future
    too many times I am reading through a thread looking for an answer to something after using the search button and the last reply is
    solved it
    dont tell you how they solved it just that they have