While I have personally used many of these services and tools I have not used all of them. Do your own research and use each at your own risk.
- Ubot Studio Resources
- Youtube Channels
- Ubot Groups
- Regular Expressions
- Ubot Tools
- Ubot Studio Bug Tracker – The Bug Tracker is where you can submit bug reports and feature requests.
- Ubot Studio Wiki – The Wiki is where you can find a wealth of information about specific commands and functions, FAQ, plugin development, and more.
- Ubot Studio Forum – The Forum is a great place to interact with other Ubotters. Here you can find questions and answers, tutorials, plugins for sale and more.
- Ubot Studio Playground (Old) – The Playground has a couple of forms that you can use for playing around with Ubot and is a great resource for absolute beginners.
- Ubot Studio Playground V2 – The Playground (V2) is a test site that you can play around with. This has more features than the original playground and is a great resource for anybody looking to get their feet wet with Ubot.
- Ubot Studio Tutorials – The Tutorials by Ubot Studio are listed here and are a great resource for beginners.
- Ubot Studio Blog – The Blog is where some announcements, sneak peeks, and tutorials are posted.
- Ubot Studio Store – The Store is where you can find 3rd party apps and plugins created by the Ubot community.
- Ubot Studio Freelance – The Freelance area is where you can find freelance work, or hire a freelancer to create Ubot scripts/bots for you.
Proxies are used to mask your IP address. By masking your IP address you can appear as a different “person” to a website. Using multiple proxies can make you appear as multiple different people, and therefore allow you to create separate accounts, or perform other actions.
A private proxy (aka Dedicated Proxy) is a proxy that you rent which nobody else has access to. These are often the highest quality proxy a provider will have, and as such are typically the most expensive.
Private proxies will have the best connection and anonymity since you are the only one using them.
Private proxies should be used for things like Account creation and management, consistently appearing as the same person over a period of time, Google scraping, and anything else that requires a fast and reliable connection.
Private proxies are bad if you need a lot of different IP addresses for a short period of time (e.g., traffic generation, upvoting polls).
What To Look Out For
Lots of private proxy providers either oversell (they are not truly private), or have poor connections. After you get your proxy use it in a browser and perform a Speed Test (keep in mind your connection may affect the test as well).
Be sure to get HTTP proxies, not SOCKS.
List of Private Proxy Providers
- Bywex Private Proxies
- SSL Private Proxy
- Change My IP
- Blazing SEO LLC Proxies
- Instant Proxies
- Slim Proxies
- Proxy Blaze
Find more here: https://www.blackhatworld.com/forums/proxies-for-sale.112/
Shared proxies are proxies that you share with a small group of people (typically 2 others). These are also called semi-dedicated proxies and are the second-best solution.
Shared proxies are a great choice because they are cheaper. However, the downside is that the people you share the proxies with may be using the same services as you, abusing the proxies, or taking all the bandwidth.
Use shared proxies when you need more IP addresses with less concern for quality; e.g., burner accounts.
List of Shared Proxy Providers
- Bywex Shared Proxies
- SSL Private Proxy
- Change My IP
- Blazing SEO LLC Proxies
Backconnect (aka “rotating”) proxies are large pools of semi-private proxies. Backconnect proxies may have tens of thousands of proxies (or more) in rotation but all customers share the same pool.
A backconnect proxy will change the external IP address for that proxy every so often. Typically it’s based on time, such as every 10 minutes. But sometimes it’s based on requests (such as every request).
Because of the large pool of proxies you have access to, and the short duration of your access to any one particular proxy; backconnect proxies are great for things such as traffic generation, upvoting polls, and any other time you need to appear as a different person for a brief amount of time.
List of Backconnect Proxy Providers
At this time I don’t feel comfortable recommending any backconnect services. If you have found a reliable one that works with Ubot feel free to let me know and I’ll add it!
That being said you can find some here (use at your own risk): https://www.blackhatworld.com/forums/proxies-for-sale.112/
Free proxies are proxies that are found through port scanning (I don’t recommend this, legally it’s in a grey area) or via scraping. Most free proxies are awful and come with a litany of problems.
While you should generally stay away from free proxies whenever possible they can be used for some things such as traffic inflation, poll upvotes, etc. Basically anywhere you would use a backconnect proxy you could use a free one.
Free proxies are notorious for having untrustworthy levels of anonymity, bad or dead connections, redirects, honeypots, and more.
Some services sell access to free proxies, these services are likely better than scraping them yourself, just be aware that they will likely die fairly quickly.
Free Proxy Sources
You can find lots of Blogspot proxy sources using this Google search: site:blogspot.com +http +proxy
Then, append this to the homepage to get a ton of proxies: /feeds/posts/default
Virtual Private Servers are virtual machines that are (*should be) always online and ready to run your bots.
Here is what you need to keep in mind when purchasing a VPS:
- Must be a Windows VPS in order to run Ubot bots
- The VPS will likely use 1 GB RAM to run the operating system
- Each Ubot bot can use up to 2 GB RAM
With that in mind if you want to run 1 bot on your VPS then you only need 3GB RAM max. If you want to run your bot(s) and have 2 instances total running then the max amount of RAM you can use is 5GB.
Find more here:
- Ubot Studio Regex Forum – You can find Ubot related regex stuff here and ask any regex questions you may have.
- Regular-Expressions.info – Everything you could ever want to know about regular expressions.
- Derek Banas Regex Tutorials – If you want to learn regex via videos, this is a good place to start.
- Regex Storm – An online .NET Regex tester.
- RegExr – An online regex tester that has a cheat sheet as well as community built regex patterns that you can quickly copy.
- Rubular – An online regex tester with a simple interface and quick reference.
- Regex Builder – Helps you build regular expressions by clicking buttons instead of remembering what to type.
- UbotLocker – Web-based licensing that prevents decompiling and cracking.
- Ubotlocker Unleashed – A mod that adds many features to UbotLocker.
- Ubotter Unleashed – A feature-rich licensing system ready for Ubot bots and more.
- BotScriptFast – build bots in seconds, adds multithreading, and basic UI as well.
- Socket Code Generator – Generates code for HTTP Post Plugin bots, as well as C# code.
- Ubot Studio Project Accelerator – Generates code for loading and saving data, UI code and more.
- JSON Path Builder – Helps you create JSON expressions with just a few mouse clicks.
- Make Ubot Install – An installer for Ubot.
- Thread Docta – A threading framework for Ubot.
- Ubot Launcher 2 – Choose your plugins and launch Ubot. Auto selects plugins in a script for you.
- Xpath Builder – Create XPath expressions quickly and easily.
- Plugin Development on Ubot Wiki
- Plugin Development Forum
- Web Bot Tutorials
- How To Make A Plugin Video
- Complete Ubot Plugin Development Course
Note that some of the links are tagged (possible dead link) – this means that the download link in the forum thread may not be working. However, you may still be able to find that plugin later in the thread or by sending the developer a PM on the forums.
- 21 Free Plugins
- Advanced Captcha V3
- Advanced File (& Clipboard)
- Advanced Shell
- Auto Update Plugin
- Bulk Reset Plugin (lists and variables)
- Captcha Breaking Plugin (possible dead link)
- Close Bot
- Command Line Arguments
- Create Table From Excel (Lite)
- CSS Selector Plugin
- Datetime Manipulation
- Diagnostic Functions (stopwatch)
- Fer’s Plugin (Sound, Clipboard, PC, HMA & More) (possible dead link)
- File Management (possible dead link)
- Heopas Plugin (HTTP, Thread Lock, Sqlite, Thread Variables, Email, Ini, Clipboard)
- HMAC SHA1 Encryption
- INI File Reader (possible dead link)
- JSON Path Parser (possible dead link)
- Large Data Plugin
- List/CSV Editable Grids and Extended Features
- Local Dictionary (possible dead link)
- MD5 Hash Generator
- String Management Plugin
- Text Encryption/Decryption
- Threads Counter (note: only need this if using Ubot v4)
- Time Plugin (scheduler)
- TinyMCE Integration (Database, Encryption, Thread Safety, Files, And more..) (possible dead link)
- Twilio SMS Plugin
- URI Encode/Decode Plugin
- Xpath Plugin
- XtremeProxies API Plugin
- Advanced Connection
- Advanced Data Text File
- Advanced Database
- Advanced Date Time
- Advanced Dialog
- Advanced Document
- Advanced Email
- Advanced Facebook
- Advanced Google Blogger V3
- Advanced Google Drive
- Advanced Google Youtube V3
- Advanced Image
- Advanced PowerPoint
- Advanced Screen And Windows
- Advanced Systems
- Advanced Twitter
- Advanced Ubot 1
- Advanced Ubot 2
- Advanced Video
- Advanced WordPress
- C# Compiler Plugin
- DataGrid UI Plugin
- Elite Ubot Plugin
- ExBrowser Plugin
- HTTP Post Plugin
- Link Indexing Plugin
- NoCaptcha reCaptcha Plugin
- PDF Creator
- SEO Plugin
- Skype Control Plugin
- Smart Thread Plugin
- Super Fancy Dialogs Plugin
- SQLite Database Plugin
- Ubot Email Plugin
- Ubot FTP Buddy
- Ubot FTP Plugin
- Ubot XML Plugin
- Ubot Zip/Unzip Plugin
- Ultimate Ubot Plugin – All-In-One
- WordPress Login Checker
- XAML Native UI