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Launches instances of puppeteer browsers to a specified url and notifies you when an adidas cart page is detected.
Install Node.JS and NPM (NPM is included with Node.JS)
Clone or download the repository:
git clone https://github.com/Joxroxagain/adidas-bruteforcer.git
Navigate to the folder to which you downloaded the files.
If you want to use the google login feature, use the chrome extension EditThisCookie to export your google cookies as JSON and enter the output into the file
Edit the config file as you wish.
Install the modules with the following:
Then run the following commands to start:
Open the file
config.json and be careful to adhere to the JSON syntax in order to avoid launch errors.
url: The url that the browsers will go to. For yeezy drops, use
taskCount: The number of browsers that will be launched.
region: The region that the bot will operate in. Current suported regions are:
AU, AT, BE, BR, CA, CN, CZ, DK, FI, FR, DE, IE, IT, MX, NL, NZ, PH, PL, RU, SK, ES, SE, GB, US
splashMode: Set to "true" for Yeezy releases and other releases with splash pages. Change to 'false' for all other releases. When enabled, this option makes the browsers wait for a cookie called the 'hmac' which indicates that the add to cart (ATC) page has been reached.
headless: Enables the use of chrome headless which makes all the browsers invisible until the ATC page is detected. Recomended use to to keep this set to false in case something goes wrong and you need to manually add shoes to cart.
headlessAfterSplash: Enables chrome headless after the shoe has been added to cart. This is currently not recomended in case there are errors during checkout and manual intervention is needed.
splashCookieKeyword: Sets the keyword that indicates an ATC page. Default is
hmac and will be changed if necessary.
captchaExpected: Set this to 'true' if there will be a captcha to solve sometime during the process. In most cases, this will need to be left as 'true' but it can be disabled to test on non-hyped releases. For this option to work, you will need to have set up 2captcha.
webdata: This option allows the browsers to use the same webdata as your normal chrome installation (information such as your chrome autofill data, bookmarks, and passwords). This is usefull for manual checkout using chrome autofill. The
enabled sub-option enables this feature and the
path sub-option is only used when the bot cannot auto-detect the path to your chrome data (working on Windows 10 but needs testing on Mac and Linux).
autoCart: This option enables auto-carting of shoes. Due to the constant changes to adidas splash pages, this feature may not always work. I recomend using this only when the status indicator above says that it is working. To enable, set the
enabled sub-option to 'true' and input the sizes that you want to cart into the
sizes sub-option, seperated by commas. The
PID field allows you to enter the product ID of the shoe you want to cart. Although the bot can usually detect the product ID, entering it can prevent failures.
twocaptcha: This option enables the auto captcha solving feature using the 2captcha procvider. Enter your api key into the
apiKey field and set the
enabled option to 'true' in order to enable it. Important: This must be set up in order for auto carting to work on releases.
autoCheckout: This options enables auto checkout of a shoe after it has been added to cart. Enable this feature by changing the
enabled sub-option to 'true' and by filling out your correct billing information under the
retryDelay: Sets the number of milliseconds to wait before retrying various operations such as auto-carting and auto-checkout.
startUpDelayInterval: Sets the number of milliseconds to wait between launching browsers. At least a few seconds is recomended because this will prevent IP bans from too much traffic at once.
splashDetectionInterval: Sets the number of milliseconds to wait between checks for the add to cart (ATC) page. Very low values (under 10) causes extra load on your computer.
alerts: When enabled, you will recieve a notification when a browser has passed the splash page or when a recaptcha has been discovered.
windowWidth: Change these values to set the size (in pixels) of the browsers viewports.
bequadro for some code
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details