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Saturday, January 13, 2018

A Cool Website Traffic Generating Program

Recently, I decided to write a website traffic generating program for a high school programming challenge.  At first, I wasn't really sure what I was doing, but after a three or four hours of coding, I came up with WVG, or Will's View Generator.  Overall, it works pretty well but a lot of work can still be done with it.  I hope to improve the GUI, to make the code interact with web pages even more, and to patch up all the minor bugs. It helped me integrate a lot of what I learned from my recent Java studies.  Please check it out and download it from here.

How it works:
This program uses many different user agents, referrers, and proxies within the TOR network to accomplish this task. Moreover, unlike other common view generators, this program doesn't flood the server with requests but does it at a slower pace and at random intervals to make the traffic seem more realistic.  I am also working on creating webpage interaction and perhaps even some algorithm to make the views seem like a growing trend.
Please check it out and leave some feedback!


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