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[XRumer Modding] XAS - what is it for

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BillyBoyb, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. BillyBoyb

    BillyBoyb Registered Member

    Jul 4, 2010
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    Hey Guys,

    So I've decided to start doing some modding tutorials / guides. XRumer has been very frustrating to learn, and unless you're willing to put in some work - even these tuts won't help you. But with a little bit of work you'll be modding in no time.

    XAS (as well as XAS_AI) are the logic files within xrumer that tell the program to 'insert text into a form field'.

    First you need to find the 'name' of the field. In code it will look something like:

    * Username:
    <input type="text" size="25" name="username">
    * Password:
    <input type="password" size="20" name="pword">
    Penis Size:
    <input type="text" name="penissize">

    The best practice that I have found so far - is to ONLY add values that are mandatory. Most of the time (not always), mandatory fields are marked with an asterisk (*), non mandatory fields will not generally have an asterik. The reason behind this practice - is for every value you fill out - you are potentially fucking up your information for multiple sites. The idea is - the less we fill out, the less chance for error there is. There is no harm in not filling out the extra fields, as you can still register / login / post. But fill out one fieldname wrong, and you have the potential of fucking up hundreds of thousands of sites.

    So, for the above example, here is how your XAS file should look:


    that's it that's all. We didn't fill out 'penissize' because a)we're too embarassed and b)it's not required.

    There are many different commands or macros that can be used within the XAS / XAS_AI files. Below I will include those to help you out.

    NICKNAME - nickname of user
    REALNAME - real name of user
    PASSWORD - password
    MESSAGE - text of the message / spam you're trying to place.
    EMAIL - email
    SUBJ1 - topic
    SUBJ2 - explanation
    HOMEPAGE - homepage
    ICQ - ICQ number
    CITY - city
    COUNTRY - country
    OCCUPATION - occupation(hobbies)
    INTERESTS - interests
    SIGNATURE - signature / spam you're trying to place.
    SECRETCODE - This is the name field where you enter captcha information
    So that's it for this XAS tutorial.

    Some Notes:

    **if you go to your XRumer-Default\FieldsForAI\log.txt file - you'll find the area where xrumer logs the names of namefields. From here, using notepad++ or some other text editing tool, you can remove all lines which do not contain an (*), then resave the file. No your xrumer AI training won't be so overwhelming. [​IMG]

    **i have personally found that you are better off adding custom fields as well as checkboxes / dropdowns etc into the xas_ai file instead of into xas. (not everyone agrees whether this is neccessary, it's just what I've personally found to work best)

    ** if you want a checkbox 'ticked' then you would use the value of '1', if you want them 'unticked' then the value is '0'

    ** when filling out information for dropdowns, you use the 'value' field, instead of the name field

    Hope you kids enjoy this. I'll try to put more together in the near future. If you liked it / it helped you, please press the 'thanks' button so I can feel special. For a lot of you this shit is well known or is just review. [​IMG]
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  2. topdown

    topdown Junior Member

    Jan 18, 2009
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    Fiverr :)
    Thanks for clearing things out in the registration part, how about posting and link report? From my experience with Xrumer and expression engine platform I know that it's not able to edit the bio field and also to output the exact profile in the Reports tab :) It would be awesome if you could explain how to do that :p
  3. BillyBoyb

    BillyBoyb Registered Member

    Jul 4, 2010
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    :) cool mate, i'll try to include that in my next tutorial. That info is not done with xas or xas_ai, that has more to do with xurl and xmessages :)