Wait until its ready guys, if it gets released too quickly, Sven, Ozz and Santos will spend more time handling support than making it better than it already is.
Trust me, when it gets released, it will be a must have bit of software.
85k submissions in 21hrs today and its not missed a beat
This is just a hint at how well its working today,
I have restarted it several times while adding new captchas and each time it resets the counter to zero
Im a sadist at heart.
It was closer to 100k at midnight here
Ron, I thought you had seen the pictures on here from when I hit 120k in a day
Im playing catch up again after making changes and messing up
At one stage I was down to 250 an hour, which was an ooooops choice.
Im getting back on track to decent results again
Even more engines get used, now with the ease at which new captchas can be added with CB
None of the pictures I post have ever been photoshoped
Why waste time
That and all the other pictures posted when giving tips, are all 100% genuine
I get 40 shared `proxies a month from Proxy Hub and still love their proxies
On a regular basis, I run the built in proxy tester. Dump those that are down for a few hours, then run it again the next time Im on my vps
The proxy tester uses bing to test proxies.
I never use bing for searches, only ever google
An average google search can return 100 results per page
I have also edited my engines files to only use normal search engines, rather than blog engines for blogs
I used to run 250 threads, but with the speed of CB running, I found it easier to back the threads off to stop maxing the cpu all the time
People moan about having their proxies banned from google.
Most people will use the same googles to fetch results
If your on shared proxies, others might be ramming the same google your using, so you grab zero results from a banned ip.
Most google results are the same, give or take six to eight places
So I use a broad band of googles. In GSA SER there are over 1000 search engines. A big chunk of those are google engines. Just choose random google engines. Most will return similar results. The more obscure, the less chance of it being rammed by someone else on the shared proxies
My methods are constantly evolving, as I have another logic brainwave from time to time
Which is all I ever apply is logic. The software is only as good as what you tell it to do
I also save unknown captchas over night.
In the morning, download the folder, then run those through CB and add a few more each day
If your being hit by that, ask yourself this.
How many sites do you submit to that have recaptcha?
Are you using a paid captcha service?
If not, why hit them
Go into general options > advanced > tools > show stats
You can then get an idea of the engine types you building links with and those to bin. Look at both submitted and verified stats, then make your decision on what engines to use. A lot of the low performers, zero results will come from engines that use only decaptcha
Its a handy feature in gsa that can help you streamline your submissions and cut the junk that yields zero results
When CB goes on release, adding captchas is as easy as 1 2 3
Which in turn gives a much broader spectrum of places you can post links
1) save failed captchas
2) crack them. I download failed captchas from my vps, then crack them on my lappy.
That way ser and cb are down for a minimum time period for any updates.
CB had a built in brute force option which is idiot proof captcha cracking. Probably why I use it.
You choose the folder with the failed captchas type. Either use a paid service to enter the answers or do it by hand, then hit the brute force button. < simplified version of how it works.
3) save the captcha to cb and use it
Sven has taken a lot of time listening to feedback and adding features that make it stand out in ease of use and the ability to easily add captchas and share them. Ozz is a genius with some of the captcha types he has managed to add. Sven is just a plain genius with the software