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SENuke X & Deathbycaptcha

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by jakekelly, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. jakekelly

    jakekelly Junior Member

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    Hey guys...I am wondering how much money I should invest in Deathbycaptcha when I sign up for SENuke X?

    I know this is highly subjective depending on how often I use the software. I just don't know how far 1,000 credits, 5,000 credits, or 10,000 credits would take me on SENuke X. I have heard you can go through the credits pretty fast.

    Let's say I am going to setup the full monty link pyramid with all of the bells and whistles and hit submit. How many credits would you estimate that is going to take?
     
  2. pleasenukeme

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    you should be able to calculate it by looking at the diagram (e.g. full monty), and then multiply number of creations per module attached and then end up with a good estimate. And then maybe put on an extra 10% for failures, retry's etc.

    I havent calculated it, but you will most likely get close to 10.000 credits on full monty, depending on if you have add'ed custom sites or not.
     
  3. jakekelly

    jakekelly Junior Member

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    I haven't purchased the software, so I don't know how many possible creations there are per module. This is why I am asking this question.
     
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    I just buy 100k as i know that will last for a while :)
     
  5. Caius

    Caius Newbie

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    Aye, I use deathbycaptcha with almost every tool that I've got. I've ran out before, and not realized it until my success rates went to shit. Easier to just keep a sizable balance in there.
     
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  6. buck90

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    is that nuke program any good?
     
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    Yeah its ok but not the cheapest :(
     
  8. IGKing

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    DeathByCaptcha is good. I bought the 5k pack around a month ago and I still got some left in the tank. It's good stuff.
     
  9. jumpjumper

    jumpjumper Registered Member

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    The minimum you can buy from death by captcha is 5,000 captchas
     
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    you cant get 1000 from deathbycaptch, the mim is 5000,
    and running 1 full monty will take off approx 500-700 credits of captcha.
    captcha is costing a fortune, small money adds up,, 25$ a month for deathbycaptch for senuke for nuking 3-5 sites.
     
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    dashndash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Seriously Senuke X is such a waste of time. I experienced it myself... how long will you keep spending $$ for captcha??
     
  12. buck90

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    where did you get that avatar very cool