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Where were the tweetattacks accounts stored?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Dally, Apr 24, 2012.

  1. Dally

    Dally Junior Member

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    Hey, I used to be an owner of tweetattacks pro, until twitter sued and Tweetattacks is now down. I was just wondering in anyone could tell me where the twitter accounts were stored? I had around 1.5k twitter accounts and I would hate to see them go.
    I've had a look in:
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Traffic Addict\TweetAttacks\data
    But there is only a file called "ac" and it contains about 20 of my twitter accounts from a while back. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Dally
     
  2. tetsou47

    tetsou47 Newbie

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    I've had the same problem - Anyone know?
     
  3. maxya

    maxya Registered Member

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    1.5k ... not bad. I'm trying to find where are my 16k were stored :(
     
  4. benmarvin

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    It should be in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Traffic Addict\TweetAttacks\data folder, but the file is data.sdf, which is some sort of database file. Still can't figure out how to extract the accounts as plain text or some other readable data.
     
  5. imserious

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    What you can do is install the modified version of TA available on net ( search for it ) on a VM ( other than the computer on which your TA is currently installed ) and then replace the data folder of this installation with your data folder.

    May be you will be able to recover all the accounts.
     
  6. Dally

    Dally Junior Member

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    Yeah, I saw that and tried a couple of programs to open them. Still haven't been successful though :/

    Ouch, that must hurt. Luckily I still have a few hundred that I exported before it was too late.

    Nice idea, I tried using a cracked version. But I think they changed the location of where the accounts were stored after the cracked version was released. I can't seem to find a newer version
     
  7. bhspiderz

    bhspiderz Registered Member

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    I have never messed with their software but if that is a sqlCE data file I may be able to crack it open for you and extract what is in it. If it is a standard data file then would need to look at their file stream logic to get the data.
     
  8. Top1position

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    I have never screwed with their application but if that is a sqlCE pc details pc file I may be able to break it start for you and draw out what is in it. If it is a conventional pc details pc file then would need to look at their details pc file flow sense to get the details.