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I want to ask, how do I want to make a vb.net program to register usernames, but the service doesn't have registration via the website, only through the client, does it make sense for me to create a client in vb.net and then target their registration webserver? So far I only use vb.net with autoit and it can't run on vps, so for example like this, I detect the web if it can be registered, the program will register it automatically.

thank you

What I have tried:

as an example is the camfrog chat application, they do not use the website as a user registration, they only use the client.. I mean, I only use their website source as a reference for my program to run
for example this profile: https://profiles.camfrog.com/en/Eneng
status : User disabled due to Terms of Service violation.

I use webrequest and check it every 15 seconds, if the status changes to: "Nothing to see here"
then my program will run automatically registering the username, my problem is that the program can't run on vps, because it uses code from autoit, if I want to make, let's say cloning the application only for registration, is that possible? I want to get things running without having to check the status of their website.
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Updated 11-Dec-21 9:22am
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Richard Deeming 13-Dec-21 5:11am
   
It sounds like you're trying to write malicious code to register fake accounts on one or more websites, and want help to avoid the measures they have put in place to stop people from doing that.

Nobody here is going to help you with that. We already have enough spammers here, without enabling another one.
Who Am ! 13-Feb-22 2:48am
   
you don't understand what I mean, there is no intention of making such a thing... when you feel smarter than someone, then you will judge something to be wrong... why don't you ask? eg "give a specific example" or at least "what do you mean", I think this forum has people who want to give knowledge or discussion.. apparently not... it's just because I'm confused about explaining it.. then everyone becomes the most "self-righteous"
Richard Deeming 14-Feb-22 9:19am
   
Your first and only contribution to the site was to ask for help writing code to register users on a site that a) doesn't provide an API for doing so, and b) actively blocks your current attempts for breaching their terms of service.

That is very clearly malicious code. As I said back in December, nobody here is going to help you write that code.

Coming back two months later to complain that I "don't understand" what you're trying to do, and that I should have put more effort into trying to help you, will not change that.

This forum has plenty of people willing to help. But we will not help you write malicious code.

1 solution

What on earth makes you think that there is one single solution that will work on "any site"?
All sites are different, there are no "rules" that must be followed in order to register with a site - so writing a bot to do just that is both futile and doomed to constant revision.

And if it's a single site, then you need to start by looking at how they sign up new members - and we have no idea what site you are trying to bugger about with, so we can;t help you.
   
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Who Am ! 11-Dec-21 13:07pm
   
as an example is the camfrog chat application, they do not use the website as a user registration, they only use the client.. I mean, I only use their website source as a reference for my program to run
for example this profile: https://profiles.camfrog.com/en/Eneng
status : User disabled due to Terms of Service violation.

I use webrequest and check it every 15 seconds, if the status changes to: "Nothing to see here"
then my program will run automatically registering the username, my problem is that the program can't run on vps, because it uses code from autoit, if I want to make, let's say cloning the application using vb.net only for registration, is that possible? I want to get things running without having to check the status of their website.
Dave Kreskowiak 11-Dec-21 13:24pm
   
What do you mean "as an example"? Any bot you create is going to have to do whatever it necessary to register a new user for whatever website/app you're doing this for.

If you're trying to make one bot to register users on multiple websites/apps, you're going to have to write code to support each and every website/app you want to support. There is no such thing as "one bot to rule them all."

Is it possible to write such code? Sure. Can anyone tell you what you have to do? Nope.
Who Am ! 11-Dec-21 13:50pm
   
I think, everyone doesn't understand what I mean... I'm also confused about how to explain and write it.... assume this problem has been solved..

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