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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by shanteclaire, Aug 28, 2016.

  1. shanteclaire

    shanteclaire Newbie

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    Does anyone know any good books and resources on building web bots and automated software and what language would be good for that
     
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    You need to learn a lot more than just any programming language or some techniques. Consider this book, it's a good starter for all sorts of programming tasks. It'll help you out a lot with designing and constructing programs.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Introduction_to_Algorithms
     
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    Here is where the scientists of bhw appear and tell us all there secrets on creating bots.
     
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    thank you i will definitely check it out
     
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    I presume as you're a newbie. So, there is two options for you.
    1. Learn programming languages like .net, c#, java, php etc..
    2. Use bot creating tools like uBot, Zennoposter etc..

    Choice is yours.
     
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    You can use autoIT, C#, imacros, etc.
     
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    I am most familiar in python. is there any tutorial on where I should even start. I am not scared to learn a new language but if i already know python i was wondering i should just try to build something
     
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    I also recomend you look into python...the learning courve is fast...I can say if you ever played with automation tools you would have no problem learning py. Give it a try! :D
     
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    This is really a question of what your plan is. I recommend you start with automated software that is free, then move to something that is paid (usually better), then you will have a good idea of a language to move to. This could take months of time but is worth it.

    for me, I started out with autoit, imacros, then ubot, then python, then C#.
     
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    You also want to learn about multithreading and synchronization, if you decide to use programming language. Are you planning to use http client or full browser emulation?