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[Wanted] Blackhat .net Expert

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by BlackBlackBlack, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. BlackBlackBlack

    BlackBlackBlack Newbie

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    I posted this in the wrong section but I didn't know how to move it

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    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/visual-basic-net/150819-wanted-blackhat-net-expert.html
    I think this is the right area to hire programming help
     
  2. pyronaut

    pyronaut Executive VIP

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    Have you done an MCTS certified course? How about C#?
     
  3. BlackBlackBlack

    BlackBlackBlack Newbie

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    No not yet. Just a couple of college classes in .net and C++ But no apps with webpages, URLS...stuff that would be useful for black hat
     
  4. pyronaut

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    Thats pretty much all you need to start. Your best option is to get professional training, otherwise everything will be half assed.
     
  5. SHOwnsYou

    SHOwnsYou Registered Member

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    I would suggest learning about the WebRequest class before mshtml, or at least an equal focus on both.

    WebRequest provides the ability to easily set your referer and useragent as well as offering excellent cookie management.

    Using the webbrowser with mshtml is great for bots that involve using a lot of sites just once - like a wordpress comment spammer or profile maker or whatever, but it lacks easy support for cookie management and proxies (they are still available, just not as intuitive). So if you wanted to make a voting bot for instance on youtube, you would have an easier time with the WebRequest class.