This is how each file of the eBay Pulse software worked. I say worked because the eBay Pulse software no longer works.
1. AdvancedTaskManager ( you need to add this program to the folder )
The ATM was used to close and restart the software when a captcha would pop up. The software was able to create 10 – 15 accounts on the same IP before this would happen.
This file contained cities and zip codes. These were randomly used when filling in the registration form.
This file contains address. These were randomly used when filling in the registration form.
This file contains fake names. These were randomly used when filling in the registration form.
In the “pulsefile” on line 11/12 you will see user and password. This is a user ID you create that will be used to create all the accounts. All the accounts that are created would be stored in the “ebayUsers” file.
This was another list of eBay ID’s that were used to create the eBay accounts.
This is the “brain” of the software.
– Line 2 is the eBay website you wanted to register your fake accounts at.
– Line 3 was a catch all (very important) email address.
– Line 4 to be honest I can’t remember what this was for but it has to do with the email account.
– Line 5 your email address again in a different format.
– Line 6 this was the password for your catch all email account.
– Line 7 your email address again in a different format.
– Line 8, 9, 10 random numbers used for your email address when registering.
– Line 11 this was the eBay ID used to register accounts.
– Line 12 password to be used for eBay accounts.
This was just what it says a list of all the auction numbers you wanted to add users to.
Another file I don’t know what it did because I never noticed any files in there.
This is the actual .exe file that opens the software. Right side of the screen shows accounts being registered and the left shows your auctions that are being added.
Tor and Privoxy ( Vidalia Bundle ) was used in conjunction with the software so the eBay accounts were always registered from random IP address. If you don’t know what Tor is you can find more information at http://www.torproject.org/
I don’t claim to be some sort of coding genius and the above information my was take on how this software worked from what I saw happening.
My coding experience doesn’t go past building websites so some details could be wrong but for the most part what I said above is correct.
Now if you happened to visit the URL below and found the software in mention I didn’t have anything to do what that.
EDIT: Link has been removed. Looks like someone figured out how to make the software work again but I have not confirmed it.