Pay per install question
2015-05-03, 02:03 AM,
#1
Hi, I have a curiosity, those software which pay per install affiliate networks (for example Truemediapartner) provides to you to promote contains dangerous viruses or malware?
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2015-05-03, 02:35 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-05-03, 02:36 AM by Cargo.)
#2
The installers contains adware software, so the advertiser can get their money back and also few bucks more.
No one will pay you(~1$ per install) to promote "white"/"good" software.

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2015-05-03, 02:37 AM,
#3
Some do, some dont. Possibly one of fastest way to spread stuff. If i were to botnet i'd use one of those networks.
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2015-05-05, 07:43 AM,
#4
Ok, but how can I realize which software contains malware? And which of this software contains only adware?
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2015-06-26, 12:31 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-06-26, 04:36 AM by wiseguy.)
#5
With most of the legitimate PPI networks, you can ask for a demo and go through their installer. You can research each offer from the offer screen. You can usually choose not to install the offers from any given screen.

Another way to research their offers is to become a publisher and see all the offers they have for you to choose from.

Most installers offer the following:
1) toolbars
2) pc optimizers / antivirus / backup solutions
3) browser extensions that show popups and other ads in the browser

If the end user chooses to install any of the additional offers, they all are typically very easy to uninstall.

To clarify, this in reference to the above board, well known PPI networks.
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2015-06-26, 12:34 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-06-26, 12:34 AM by Predatorius.)
#6
These installs are such malware. I have been checking that they can get all your pc information, they can host cr*pter, all other things that they can do with your pc and also a bit of advertising. ;)
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2015-06-28, 01:32 PM,
#7
You get paid to spread their software which most of the times if not all the times is just a malware that they use to earn even more off the ones that get infected.

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2015-06-29, 06:07 AM,
#8
When you sign up for many of the reputable PPI networks, you can usually choose which offers you'd like to have shown during the installation process.

If you don't want toolbars, or adware type products to show, no problem - don't show them. Your monetization will probably go down, but you'll be less inclined to have your site and/or exe file flagged by Google/Chrome.

A better option is to get your own installer and partner directly with the application owners. There's lots of other tricks as well, but you get the idea.
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2015-07-01, 05:27 AM,
#9
yes, they are adware/malware, sort of
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2015-08-19, 12:54 AM,
#10
can anyone help me to get in a good PPI network? need some help to get started; i can drive huge US visitors.....PM me skype id.....im online almost 24/7
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