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"Special Operations Software" - any reviews?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by rocket, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. rocket

    rocket Regular Member

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    Has anyone tried a suite of tools called "Special Operations Software"? I searched the forum and found no posts on this. Supposedly developed by a guy named Bishop Anders.
    The price is a bit high at $97/month and I was a bit skeptical about the number of supposed tools offered. It would take you forever just to use them all, if that is the case.

    Any reviews appreciated.
     
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    mic141414 Regular Member

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    Hi,

    i ordered from him a long time ago when he was associated with a programer called Amy. I ordered like 4-5 softwares during a one year period.
    All i can say is that i was disappointed most of the time. They all had bugs. And they were a pain to use
    But nowadays, i don't know how the softwares are.
     
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    Bloatware, they seem to have good concepts and it even looks like they can program, maybe they ignore their debugging tests, or do they even care? Anyway, stay far away from these people, run far and never come back. They have a handle on .NET but I don't know why the hell they allow unfinished bloat to be released on the market. Their bloat is also bandwidth intensive with their nasty-made GUI. (BH)Boodezy is a solid alternative to what they've failed to accomplish.
     
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    Thanks for the replys. My gut was telling me right. I ran their free Gmail Genius in a sandbox and it tried to alter my registry. Still used it and it did create Gmail accounts fairly quick. However, you are correct, their GUI sucks and i just don't see how someone could develop all of those programs and make them work like they are advertised.
    I'm sticking to the recommended BH tools on this site!