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robowolfHacker

This is based on the idea of Engineer Man anti scam. He uses requests to overload a scam submission form. But this wasn't universal. So I made a universal one and used webbot instead for a more 'visual effect'. No worry about recapthca because most fraudulent forms don't have that. Enjoy - Robowolf :)

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ObiVibKenobi

Cool!

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robowolf
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ObiVibKenobi

Of there’s an error now - it says that web bot is installed but in the console it says “module webbot not found”

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robowolf

@ObiVibKenobi
Try forking it.

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ObiVibKenobi
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ObiVibKenobi

It works yay

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TravisHutton

nice pice of code well done

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robowolf
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PyCoder01

I don't like this, It's just a loop of someone logging in. And this can't even make a website slow, even if the website has bad servers they can just block you. The idea is really bad but I like the code!

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robowolf

@PyCoder01
Actually that isn't the point. The point is to overload their system with nonsense. This way the scammer cant differentiate what's real and what's not. By doing this the scammer will give up the scam and people who fell for it wont be exploited,

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PyCoder01

@robowolf
But that can't happen in real life, servers aren't that weak that 1 request per 30 seconds will overload the system, you know they can just block your ip. And the program is horrible. If you wanted ti do this is real life you'd have to use a diffrent language since python is single threaded.

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robowolf

@PyCoder01
... No. As I said earlier the better way is to use requests which is much faster. And also this is a much more visual way. Btw, running this on and IDE would make it go much faster but this caps repls limit. So to answer both claims. Yes it can overload given a better environment and if you use requests or not. You can do this in python. Ill give you a link to the video that inspired this.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtNYzv8gLbs. PS. Im not trying to start an argument. I just want to illustrate the power of python.

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robowolf

@PyCoder01
Btw, when I meant overload I meant spam with nonsense. Also Im talking about a trashy fraudulent website where scammers steal info. Im not too worried about their network capabilities XD

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PyCoder01

@robowolf
I don't think this would work In real life

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PyCoder01

@robowolf
most websites cant be overloaded with people signing in. My REPL rating: 3/5 stars

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robowolf

@PyCoder01
You know what. I can go on and on about how python processing vs a scammer MANUALLY trying to steal login would work. (Btw overload doens't mean CRASH it means just stuff it with nonsense) but I don't really want to. So thanks for the rating ig XD

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PyCoder01

@robowolf
python has horrible processing. I got the code from the video you sent me and t only does 8 requests per 30 sec. if that goes on for 10 min. The scammer would be sus about who's sending the requests and will block them eventually. I mean an account every 30 sec?? That would be pretty sus and wouldn't harm the servers even a bit.

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PyCoder01

@robowolf
python is a bit baf bc it's so SLOWWWWWWWWW. But it's the only language that can do everything and it's easy to learn.

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robowolf

@PyCoder01
XD. Ok. I know I just said I would stop but. Listen. A scammer can't block them because they wouldn't care. If so, just host it on a different server. NExt by the time they stop it would be an hour or so. (Who's checking every second) Do the math. 960 new stuff. Now tell me. Would you manually check 960 requests. No. You would dismantle the scam and start a new one.

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robowolf

@PyCoder01
Do you use pycharm? It's not even that slow.

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robowolf

@robowolf
BTW again printing lowers processing speed so it would got about 2 to 3 every 3 seconds with requests. Exponentially higher.

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PyCoder01

@robowolf
the scammers watch the website stats

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PyCoder01

@robowolf
im talking about the language

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PyCoder01

@robowolf
requests is the worst way to bring a website down

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robowolf

@PyCoder01
XD. Im not trying to bring it down. Also most scammers are running multiple scams and think they won't work. Last but not least, different ide can execute python at different speeds.

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Suchet

UM


This happened when I ran the program

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robowolf

@Suchet
Yeah sometimes it's like that. You have to fork it.

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Suchet

@robowolf
Oh ok thanks

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JBloves27

Pretty cool bro! Well done!

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robowolf

@JBYT27
Thanks

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