Hey wazzaaaaaAAA!

Well fuckers, we have something pretty cool today for all the music lovers, even we the bots love it, without it everything will be meaningless with lack of color in life.

To the point, what we are going to do:

  1. Automatically search for google results using a dork(explained below) for mp3.
  2. Grab the first 5 results from google.
  3. Download all mp3 files located on those urls.

google dork is a search command that will display pages with folders full of specific filetypes or more, so if you don’t know how to search you should do it this way:

“index of” + “mp3” + “radiohead” -html -htm -php

so this will look for folders (index of) that contains mp3 with the keyword radiohead and only display html, html and php pages.

The code is commented and well explained, if questions leave a comment.

The code is the same as we preview before in other posts, we have to define the search url using the dork, so we loop the first 5 results:

The point of this script is to download all the mp3 files you want from your favorite artist, don’t worry it will separate all the grabbed content into specific folder for each of the domain that was used to download them and respective folders, so you can navigate to each and select the final mp3 that will remain with you and erase the others.

What do you think? Ready to party?



Tonight I was watching Mr. Robot chapter 4, season 2. And it remind me back the good old days where the IRC was above any other social network. People meet there in tons of channels to have chats and discussions. Also there were plenty of groups talking about many stuff, the best crews were the ones with coders.

So well, what do I like about IRC?, There were plenty of cool things back then in 1995, there were the amazing eggdrops that you programmed to respond to different messages. They also had TCL’s which mean addons/plugins that you could adapt to your bot, many were different cool games in group. Also there were PsyBNCs to be always online with your shell.

To run this just do the following:

mkdir bitchx
nano install_bitchx.sh

And then just paste this code:

Then you just have to:

chmod +x install_bitchx.sh

And this will begin to install everything you need to run BitchX, then just type to run:


By the way, did you know you can connect to Elliot’s IRC session using this page: http://irc.colo-solutions.net/

Hell yeah, this also deserves the place along nightmareJS, even though this doesnt use Electron for simulating browser, but a headless parser native libxml C bindings that will do a great job.

To start, you have to make sure you have previously installed nodejs libraries along with npm and if you get an error for the libxmljs library, make sure that you install this:

And then it should be working properly if you create a file.js and run the example script.

Here you have a bunch of examples to copy and paste to test it. In order to explain it further please ask your questions or requirements for video tutorials. I might open a premium spot for it, so you better fucking invite me a cup of oil so I can continue my compromise with you.

Craiglist example:

This is the official repo for Osmosis: https://github.com/rchipka/node-osmosis

It works like this:

TMUX is tha maaaaan! Sure as death that you are going to love this! Remember when you ran a scan on a remote VPS? every time that you left it working it got the broken pipe, so you lost the session and you don’t get the results you wanted till the end of the code.

But with TMUX, you can leave running many SSH “sessions/terminals” working many processes. You can leave scrapers, scanners, crawlers, and even an app working on nginx/apache. Its like using all the process of your VPS and not losing any single fucking penny!

Its something like this:

So let’s get physical now, for having tmux, of course you need to have linux on any provider you want, it can be 512 MB RAM, $5 USD on Digitalocean. Then once you have it, connect via SSH on the terminal like: ssh [email protected]

Once you are in, make sure you have tmux installed:

sudo apt-get install tmux

Then, to open make sure to type tmux on the terminal and it will open.

So basic navigation on the tmux would be this by default:

  • Ctrl-b c Create new window
  • Ctrl-b d Detach current client
  • Ctrl-b l Move to previously selected window
  • Ctrl-b n Move to the next window
  • Ctrl-b p Move to the previous window
  • Ctrl-b & Kill the current window
  • Ctrl-b , Rename the current window
  • Ctrl-b % Split the current window into two panes
  • Ctrl-b q Show pane numbers (used to switch between panes)
  • Ctrl-b o Switch to the next pane
  • Ctrl-b ? List all keybindings

The trick here is that you can have as many SSH windows you want doing Ctrl-b c and then running other process that you can navigate with Ctrl-b n and Ctrl-b p (from next, previous) , else you can have your window split if you do Ctrl-b % and you can watch all in panels.

IMPORTANT: If you want to exit TMUX and leave the session working with the scripts you ran, you have to do CTRL-B D which means it will detach.

Then afterwards, when you come back from your procrastination you can go and type:

tmux attach

Which will make you restore your tmux session that you left working with other processes.

Then when you come back to your session, you will see everything is finished or keep running extracting more data


So now you know how to take the most of what you pay for the VPS, hope you like it and leave the love dudes ;).

Here is a good vid that explains deeply more about tmux:

Damn, this is so fucking awesome. Automating your browser using Electron with NightmareJS. Electron is being funded by Github and its competitor is NWJS funded by Intel. So we have a good platform to simulate browser and interact with it. Using PhantomJS on its core.

So if you want to start just make sure you have installed everything for the NodeJS dev environment, that includes:

Once you have it, you can copy any of this examples and type: node file.js

Yahoo search example:

Save this as yahoo.js and run it: node yahoo.js  

You can check the whole API Documentation on its repo in github: https://github.com/segmentio/nightmare



installwizardSometimes you just want to make your life easier on deploying a server in seconds with all the dependencies you need to run many languages or maybe a LAMP config easily.

I made this whole compilation guys, but right now I dont feel like finishing it. So I decided to add a github repo so you can just clone and run it very quick. But I will be updating this post frequently. Just make sure to comment in order to report a bug or something that needs to be modified, also there https://github.com/wizardofbots/wizardinstall

So I decided to call it wizardinstall 😉 we will be adding the repos you need in order to have everything ready to start on a $5 cents digitalocean server to have a linux shell on your smartphone doing a realtime connection and executing your scripts!

So check out the code, you will learn how to use it, and understand the logics, will add comments on each line if necessary so you guys understand:

html2textI made an article about this because it took me about 2 hours to solve it. Seems like all sources are outdated with their methods. Many people were talking about using module html2text which is now deprecated, then many others recommended nltk and well.. The final result is that now BeautifulSoup does a better job that them. Buuuut…..

All resources were saying about this function called get_text() which is completely incorrect, it must be getText() camel case in order to make this conversion work.

Why I would need to do this? Well, specially when some networks try to encode with strange HTML DOM characters that makes your scraping a nightmare. But here is the chunk of code explained.


So you now know how to get text from a response, it will be now easy to get some data using Regular Expressions 🙂

Simple HTML DOM is a PHP library that helps you parse the DOM and get to find things inside the DOM very fast, instead of using plain PHP that will take you hours to make your own libraries. There is another similar that is called PHP Selector.

What we want to do is to grab the results of Bing in this case.


So this is practically it, you are using the find() function from Simple HTML DOM library in the DOM to find the links.

If you need more help in this remember I can help with custom bots 😉

Linux is a must go if you need to make proper use of your computer with code. Lets be clear, Windows is useful, but Linux is more comfortable and more stable to run.

A good channel in Youtube is offering a course of 36 videos created by tutorialinux.com