A simple and easy to use Spam Bot
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This application was built to well, spam.
It was built to understand Pynput and python automation.
Prerequisites : Python 3 and Pynput module.
To install Pynput, open your terminal and type
pip install pynput
For the latest Stable version of Spam-Botz, go to Releases, and extract the files.
As an alternative, you could also clone the repository using.
git clone https://github.com/SVijayB/Spam-Botz.git
Once you have Spam-Botz installed, you can launch it by double tapping the
Spam-Botz.py file present in the
src folder. You can do this only if you have the python launcher installed.
cd/ to the src folder on your terminal and type
This application allows you to spam in variations, like :
- Spamming a fixed static message.
- Spamming random words from a dictionary.
- Sending sequences of numbers.
- Randomly spamming large numbers.
- Breaking a sentence into its component words and spam them as seperate messages.
- Good old Rage spam, but this time without breaking your keyboard.
NOTE : It is best to open your messaging window before launching
NOTE : Make sure your cursor is pointing to the correct text box after you set your preferences. You have only 15 Seconds before the automation process begins.
Sometimes you might get banned from the server for spamming too many messages in a short period. To avoid this, This application has a custom time delay feature. Make sure you enter the appropriate value.
TO BE USED FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY
The use of the Spam-Botz & its resources is COMPLETE RESPONSIBILITY of the END-USER. Developers assume NO liability and are NOT responsible for any misuse or damage caused by this program.
To contribute to Spam-Botz, fork the repository, create a new branch and send us a pull request. Make sure you read CONTRIBUTING.md before sending us Pull requests.
Also, thanks for contributing to Open-source!
Spam-Botz is under The MIT License. Read the LICENSE file for more information