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WebDOMinator for Twitter and 30+ Soc Networks

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by robotamadeus, Nov 2, 2009.

  1. robotamadeus

    robotamadeus Newbie

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    Whatsup. i just found this program that add frinds and mass message on like 30+ social networks. http://webdombot.com/index.php do you think its legit?
     
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    Yah I have it. Its really good and the support is the best. its $20 a month and is always being updated
     
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    User who created this is banned from BHW.

    //J
     
  4. djquik

    djquik Registered Member

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    it's real legit, i made $3k in a week spamming different social network sites. the good thing about it is you make script it to work with any social network site you choose. it's only $20 a month so it's well worth it.
     
  5. robotamadeus

    robotamadeus Newbie

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    how does he stay current with all the updates on like 30 social network sites. seems like hed have to be working 24/7. itd be awesome if it really worked though. any more who have used it?
     
  6. djquik

    djquik Registered Member

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    you stay current with it because it's you that writes the script. it has a built in minion scripting so you can adjust to whatever changes the social network site makes. plus new plugins are released for different social network sites almost every week. and there's thousands of sites you can make your own for.

     
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    Lxuke Newbie

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    webdom is awesome, great customer support and once you get the hang of it you can use it for almost any site. it's made me about $2k doing automated ewhoreing. well worth the 20$ imo
     
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    And It has a 14-day-Trial that's good;)
     
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    And my Eset caught a new Heur Virus in it! Good luck!
     
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    THUNDERELVI Elite Member

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    Maybe it's false positive:)
    What type of virus was it? Trojan? Worm?
    Can you plz tell us?
    I don't want some viruses or backdoors in my system:rolleyes:
     
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    youngguy Senior Member

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    Heur virus is one of these rootkits out there, it can be used to destroy your HDD, eat all your HDD space, can auto download other viruses to your computer and execute it!

    Now I know why this bot owner is BANNED from BHW!
     
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    Shit, thnx youngguy you saved my ass(actually my pc:D) out there!
    I won't download that program now anyway and I didn't know that the owner is banned from BHW!
     
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    My Kaspersky didn't say anything ... I do trust my antivirus :) If it's wrong, oh well :) I'm taking the risk.
     
  14. highbids

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    I tried to install it on a test machine & eset smart security suite caught it
    trying to rename a file & it then wouldn't work.

    I emailed the owner and here's his reply, can any of the mods or anyone familiar with
    source code confirm this one way or another, I guess we need the source code to do that.

    I am pretty sure that this is a false positive. I am not sure why nod32 is calling this a virus. I have not placed any viruses in the software. This is most likely because all the Updater does is call down one file from the website.. webDOM.exe. I can give you the source code to wdUpdater and you can compile it yourself if you doubt me. It might be that the code I used to call down the file is similar to a piece of code in that virus.

    Are there any more details you can provide for me? This has been a thorn in my side so far and I need some help trying to fix this issue.

    Thanks for contacting me about this,
    Nate
     
  15. robotamadeus

    robotamadeus Newbie

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    Okay so you say that you have to do the scripting yourself for the plugins. the owner told me you dont have to know scripting whatsoever; you just download the plugins. which is it? im leaning to believe you have to do the scripting yourself because i dont know how he could keep up with all those updates.
     
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    I checked with the support on this and he sent me a message back saying that he contacted support. The virus is a false positive, read Eset's site about things they mark with that. here's Eset's page so you don't have to google it yourself: http://www.eset.com/threat-center/encyclopedia/glossary/newheurpe

    I have this product and like the user above. I am really happy with the service and potential of the product so far.
     
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    As I thought, False Positive, I think I'll try that after all.
    If anything happens to my pc, I will just format it:D
     
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    So this is false alarm? if so maybe I will try it later. hmmm Heur is a fucking virus to destroy all hdd that's why I'm pissed!
     
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    I really think it's a false positive, been using it for some days (it's not like it matters) and everything's fine. This piece of software has a lot of pottential and I really don't think that the maker would put so much work into it just to hide a virus in it. There are lots of easier ways to do it. And even automate those ways with webDom :). About the software itself, I'm impressed :). The maker, Nate should really take some usability classes :) but at least he knows how to code and does his job extremly well. I don't really buy software, prefer to automate things on my own or use cracked soft, but I'm gonna buy a licence of webDom, which at $20/month is nothing for it's potential.
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  20. highbids

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    It's ok I'm using it & a beta tester for it. He's emailed the nod32 anti virus software
    team.