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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by theadultsplayground, May 21, 2008.

  1. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    Can someone tell me what programming language a lot of the Black Hat tools are written in (for example SE0 Elite, etc)
     
  2. Ricardo

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    php dude.. to do powerful bh tools you just need to know php.. why the hell you need a graphic interface? ;)
     
  3. CoolAdvisor

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    Maybe C++?
    Or C#?
     
  4. theadultsplayground

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    Yes but the frontend is not in php. Also I do a little php now for my cookie stuffing scripts and such
     
  5. sorn2008

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    Any language man, It all comes down to what do you know, so you know it well.

    Are you releasing this for commercial gain, or just for personal use?

    Once you answer these questions you can start out. I'm assuming you don't know any programming langauges at all or you probably wouldn't have asked this question.

    EASY TO LEARN USE LANGUAGE:
    Visual Basic 6 - Easiest
    Visual Basic .NET - Fairly Easy
    Delphi - Moderately Easy to Learn, Plus most security testing apps are written in this language.

    Harder to Learn/More Secure Powerful
    C++

    The difficultly level varies between people, some ppl have a steeper learning curve then others. I would take a look through some tutorials on these languages and gauge which language is best for you. If you've never programmed before don't expect your first app to be GOLD. Be proud of it and your accomplishments but fine tune it and nurture it until it's ready for public eyes.

    I hope this helps a bit
     
  6. tattoo

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    i hate seo elite. it's not an interface you want to emulate!
     
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    or try doing it in AIR
     
  8. theadultsplayground

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    I know PHP and that it. Mostly for person use and decompiling software that I download. I like to take ideas and improve on them for my personal use.
     
  9. MoneyMafia

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    Yep I like PHP too as can be decompiled (you can view the source) and you can put at work 3-4 scripts you download to work together automatic as a powerful machine.

    But it seems developers use desktop standalone applications most nowadays as are easier to install ..users do not have to install a server or use hosting account.
     
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    PHP is great, as is C#
     
  11. zarkus

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    I use Ruby, along with Ruby on Rails. I'm just getting started, but it gives me a lot of flexibility. For example, most of the tricks you see with mod_rewrite can be done rather simply with Rails routing. This is particularly helpful when cloaking links, images, and using 301 redirects.
     
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    php
    vb.net
    or c#

    what ever you know is good.
     
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    Choose one and stick to it :D just don't learn matlab :D
     
  14. tattoo

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    it's impossible to get around the web without knowing PHP