Personal side project I've been working on but can't get it to work. I'm trying to write a Perl site scraper to scrape imagefap.com. One problem that arises is that some galleries are +18 in nature and imagefap makes sure all IPs (or perhaps they are session ids, I'm not so sure) pressed a simple link saying they are 18 or over. The link that needs to be pressed can either be loaded via WWW::Mech and have the cookie stored or the script can just parse out the link that looks like [url removed, login to view] and load it directly (the verification link itselfs loads the appropriate image). I can do all this up to this point, however I cannot for the life of me get it to register as an image view from my control panel on imagefap.com. All I want you to do is fix the sample code below to make it work (meaning you will need to have an account on [url removed, login to view], upload a few images and run the script to make sure it views it as a legit image load). ------------------------------ To help make it work, I added a REFERER and a UserAgent alias. The script is attached with comments on everything I tried. Please get this to work and ensure the images it loads validate by looking in your [url removed, login to view] statistics page before placing a bid. It'll probably take someone 10 minutes to get this to work.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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