Bot farm

Discussion in 'Discussions' started by spitefire101, Nov 21, 2015.

  1. I was hoping to get some help with, well what the title says.

    I've never really botted much, still never on my 2 mains but I've messed around with them on throw away accounts.

    I would like to start maybe a 3 - 7 bot farm going. I don't want to sell gp. I just want it for my main's. But I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice. I would like to use a vm but I can't find a good free one, and the only free one I found needs windows or something installed on it, so I really can't do that lol (because I don't have the money to buy the software.) and my second option (at least in my thought) was to use a proxy but I was wondering if there was anyway to rune 3+ bots at the same time and all show different proxys?

    Thanks in advance for any information you could help me with. Also how come every time I see the world "bot" it's crossed out and "script bot" is wrote next to it? That was just something i've been wondering for awhile.

    Edit - I guess I had it backwards. script bot gets crossed out and replaced with bot.
     
  2. You could just head to any torrent site and get a copy of windows! Arrr:rolleyes:
     
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  3. [​IMG]
     
  4. Just get legit copy of windows and run KMspico.
     
  5. If OP is willing to use Linux, then sure.
     
  6. With the current banwave i would not do it :p its not worth getting the IP flagged
     
  7. Doesn't matter since its a farm :)
     
  8. I mean, if you run it in VMWare its very unlikely to contaminate your computer.
    AND Windows 10 is a giant rootkit, why do you think its "free"? :)
     
  9. Any connections you make to those systems does include some risk.

    More importantly, those systems would immediately contact a C2 server upon connecting to the internet. After that we can only guess as to whether it will be part of a simple DDoS botnet or some other spam/malware network. Then his hosting provider will most likely detect that malicious traffic, leading to his box (and possibly his hosting account) being shut down.

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    @spitefire101 Have you found a working solution yet?
     

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