Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by keinehabe, Aug 27, 2011.
what can download / save me pics from given url list ...
well i need any plugin to check extract posts from the url and post in blog.
wget for 60K urls is not so smart way to do the job I think ....
Actually it is. You can easily create a batch file that wgets for each URL.
My desktop platform is linux, and I can do some funky things just from the command line.
Unless you know the URL for each image, you are going to have to scrape the pages anyway, parse them for image files, and then download the files. Then you need to keep each page's file in a separate directory, so you don't have naming conflicts. Finally, you need to merge those directories and strip out the duplicates.
Yes, it can be done, but from where I am sitting, wget is a free and painless method.
I know the exact path for the images , actually are product images from one of my damn merchants what I try to play with them , second super-cool domain got banned from big G yesterday and I`m trying to figure why on the name of god exactly same domains getting banned damn it ... ( suppose is because of hot-linking the images from merchant products - thinking I give them too much push and ... they check/report my damn sites for too rush on the serps .... ) if you are so kind can you read the pm what I`m about to write when I finish this post please ? I have one virtual machine with ubuntu maybe you can give me some tips how to download this fkers images instead to hotlink them
Use downthemall, that's how I got this.
Check Mihov Picture Downloader, maybe it will help you.And yeah, it's free.
Yeah.... go with that exe... OR a firefox plugin with
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And yeah, it's free.
Mihov Picture Downloader somehow is not phrasing the urls correctly see all the img urls like broken , the addon have no option for mass url list ??? or I didn't got yet too much coffee ? cheers everyone :ridinghor
later edit , it's seems the firefox plugin works for this hehehhe thanks again
Separate names with a comma.