Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by kharm, Feb 1, 2014.
Looking to make some bots with visual basic, does anyone have bot template to start working with?
Its for a fake bot by the way
Bot for what specifically ?
And do you mean by "fake bots" ? You mean fake generators ?
Google it you will get many bot code OR get Code breaker to get sources
Better to see on Google BHW is not much related to that field.
I was looking for this as well.. was going to create a new thread but since you are asking the same question i'm gonna use your thread if you don't mind. I'm looking for the VB code for a fake program with progress bar that sends an alert message to the user after the bar is full saying they need to download an update.
Tricky matey- very nice
Very easy to create in VB or C# fellas
Just pay someone on fiverr 5$ to do it for you!
I will pay some 100 to teach me how to write good bots
Too bad, universities here are $20k a year. $100 might get you half of a textbook.
Serious note: Read ebooks and practice. So easily to learn if you put the effort in.
Make bots like these are pretty easy when you get the concept.
Here is one I've made some time ago: http://www.mediafire.com/download/s0iqul0mzzprnkt/Tool v1.0.rar
This one will ask for update and lead the user to complete another survey to get the new one.
I made this in 5 minutes.
A fake app like this and a HQ video and you'll make a great day
Great app! Do you maybe have source code? Can you maybe share with us! Thanks!
I gues I can help you... but I don't exactly get it so explain it too...
For a fake bot, all you need to know is the methods for buttons and progress bars. Actually I don't even think you need the methods, just the variable attributes which are shown once you start typing.
The code for a msgbox would be good too.
I think in Visual Studio (when I used it a couple years ago), you just double click the item in the GUI and it takes you to the event code where you can type what you want to happen. Like:
ProgressBar1.Value = 100
This is all available around the web.
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