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Wiki Spammer - Works flawlessly

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by October, Oct 22, 2007.

  1. October

    October Registered Member

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    So my programemr made an automated wiki spammer.

    Features:

    - Crawls wiki's
    - Registers if needs be
    - Defeats captcha
    - Spams
    - Replaces links to our site

    This works flawlessly so far.. But I am thinking. What sort of pricetag would this software go for?

    Might sell if price is right.
     
  2. markj

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    My 2cents:
    There would definitely be a huge market for a tool like that. I'd buy it!
    The question is, Do you want to actually use the tool yourself or Do you want to create the tool to make money?

    If you want to use it yourself, or if you want it to remain effective for the people buying, then you have to SEVERELY limit the purchase. Maybe 20 at most.

    I could answer the price question if I was a programmer. Xrumer sells for like $400, so that would be a comparable program to look at.
     
  3. Essential Clix

    Essential Clix Executive VIP Premium Member

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    I concur with markj, I would severely limit the sales of such a product if you release it. Get some decent screen shots or videos of it in progress, create a decent sales page, and you could pretty much put your own (reasonable) price tag on it. As markj stated, similar in price to xrumer.
     
  4. October

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    I am probably going to use it myself.
     
  5. BadHacker

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    if its doing good keep it to yourself, it wouldnt fetch anywhere near what xrumer sells for and if too many people are using it you can bet your ass it wont work for long.
    wikipedia are already starting to crack down on link spamming.
     
  6. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    How long do your links usually stay live?
    I have tried to spam wiki before, but the links were live so little, that i had to quit because was not worth the effort.
     
  7. October

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    The program automatically crawls wiki and changes URL's so when people click on them they're sent to the site.
     
  8. superman

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    Xrummer new version does it too
     
  9. October

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    Xrumer installs Black Energy botnet on your system.

    http://atlas-public.ec2.arbor.net/docs/BlackEnergy+DDoS+Bot+Analysis.pdf
     
  10. famook

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    If I were you use it and then sell it after you are done. If you sell it now, even limited it WILL wind up on a torent site or another forum. Just seen it happen a lot lately so I would hold on to it if I were you.
     
  11. hellscream

    hellscream Newbie

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    seems like wiki is going to change the way it works .. the changes made to a particular topic will not be visible to users unless they are approved by moderators
     
  12. nova

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    Most wikis have started adding the "rel=nofollow" tag....And do you need to provide it with a list of wikis or does it find them as well?
     
  13. Streko

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    this is 100% correct, as of the last release of mediawiki all links are now no followed.
     
  14. astro18

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    now on Wiki, all change and new link must be aproved before to be online, so how can xrumer or your software post link successfully?
     
  15. Conquistador

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    I wouldnt care about no follow as long as you get visitors it could get you some cash in a way or other.
     
  16. boni

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    where can i buy it?
     
  17. cysh

    cysh Newbie

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    figured out a price yet
     
  18. playerz

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    I'm interested what is your price?