Just while surfing the net here and there, i noticed that many webmasters and internet surfers need a Yahoo ID Creator , i just came across a software called YCC Bot Maker
YCC Bot Maker is a program designed to quickly and efficiently create Yahoo! Network (email, Messenger, etc.) users. Over the course of studying Yahoo! I have found that making numerous Yahoo! users is a necessity. One of the primary uses for making multiple Yahoo! users or bots is the testing of certain classes of booters. I have also found this tool useful for signing up to other websites that require a unique email for each user.
YCC Bot Maker uses the same interface that a regular user uses while applying for an account with their web browser. More specifically, YCC Bot Maker uses the Yahoo! Mail interface to create accounts but hides the actions within a Visual Basic.NET application.
- Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or above
- Internet connection (I think its MOST IMPORTANT )
- Around 10-20 names per server. Yahoo! tracks the IP address of new accounts and limits the creation number. If you get protocol error, change servers.
- Decide which type of name you would like to cerate. The choices are Random, Sequential, None or Dictionary.
- Random – This creates a username from completely random characters. The character set is lower, upper, and numbers. An option is given for the minimum and maximum length for the username.
- Sequential – This method takes a base username and then adds an incremented number to the end of it. The Sequential Start is the number that will initially be added to the end of the chosen username. The Sequential Increment is how much the number will be increased between names.
- None – Only the username typed will be created.
- Dictionary – This is a method that I created myself. It polls a website and asks for two random dictionary words. It then mixes them with random numbers and a few other variables. I use this when signing up for third party websites that notice sequential names. This is the least reliable method and produces many more name collisions.
- Decide if you want random passwords. The default is random and can be found at the bottom of the Name Options.
- Decide if you want random user information. The default is random and can be found at the bottom of the Sign-Up Information.
- Select your server. The default is India but you can also choose the UK or US server. You will only get 10-20 names per server.
- Decide if you want to have a batch creation. The default is yes. This tells YCC Bot Maker to go ahead and process the next name automatically.
- Click Process and wait for the CAPTCHA to appear.
- Type the CAPTCHA into the Submit field and then click Submit.
- Wait for the next name if batch processing is enabled.
- Repeat steps 6 through 8. If you get Protocol Error then you have hit the limit for the server. Select another server and continue.
The results are stored in bots.txt in the program root directory
One way to get around the server limit is to use a proxy. I have tried many programs of this type before and several of them had a proxy option built in. The problem that I found is many public proxies have already had the Yahoo! limit reached and it is simply more trouble than its worth to deal with the proxies. The classic indication that a Yahoo! server has been tapped out is a “Error 999” is returned.
This software is certified by Softpedia