Mass Site Visitor (MSV) is a multi-threaded program that generates massive volumes of traffic to websites of your choice using a list of proxies. It starts automatic browser sessions on your PC in the background and routes traffic through proxies. MSV lets you control visitor behavior in a variety of ways, from basic page visits to complicated conditional clicks on any aspect of your website.
- Chromedriver (non-headless browser to influence video/audio view counts on websites that track the playback from visitors). Pro-tip: don’t use JS referrer spoofing with this feature, because media sharing sites don’t care much about traffic sources, that would be only useful for influencing Google Analytics.
- More proxy filters for the scraper.
- Test all proxies (will use the connection timeout and number of attempts from the Options window)
- For private proxy support, consult the manual as to how to set up you proxy list to supply authentication info for a private proxy provider.
- Editable browser dimensions. Check the Options menu, use the format, as you’ll see for the default resolutions, provided with the program.
- Firefox geckodriver. For cases when Chrome is not enough. Nightly is a preferred version, because only it was working properly without crashes on different machines.
- Experimental: Alexa toolbar/extension. Warning: works stably only with Firefox Nightly.
- Multiple website destinations for a session. One website per line in a text field – one of those will be randomly selected each time to visit.
- Search for the element to click within an iframe. If a link is within an embedded third-party web page, consult the manual on how to use it. If the link isn’t in an iframe – just leave the last 2 text fields of the script as they are (one with NO, another empty)
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