Yahoo Chat Client/Bot Application

We are looking for a client or bot that can overcome the Yahoo server desynchronisation (disconnection from chat by Yahoo) which occurs at intervals that depend on the client used. The client must stay in the chat rooms indefinitely or navigate a way to overcome the CAPTCHA (as automated as possible). We are confident that the right person will be able to identify the socket and desynchronisation manipulations that would overcome this as applications currently exist that do so.

We have a clear interface example of how we would like the client/bot to look but are open to negotiation. It needs to respond to private messages/cam invites with a rotation of messages. We do not need any audio and webcam support for the client/bot (needs only be a text responder). We need to be able to open and monitor a number of rooms within the one API.

This bot/client must use the latest Yahoo protocol and be adaptable to Yahoo changes.

You MUST be experienced in working with the Yahoo protocols. You must also be very knowledgeable with Winsock. The project is of an urgent nature. May lead to continual work. We are willing to adapt this project with the service provider's ideas.

A working demo (interface version) will be required before payment. Evidence of understanding the issues and ability must be presented before selection - GENUINE, DILIGENT BIDDERS ONLY. This job has been relisted due to time wasters so we will require a certain confidence before selecting a service provider. Ideal time frame 3 weeks.

Skills: .NET, ASP, C Programming, Delphi, Visual Basic

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( 8 reviews ) Brisbane, New Zealand

Project ID: #229467