Outdated 2,000,000 CIDs + CID Dump Tool Tutorial (Free to Leech)

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This is one of my last posts here.

If you want to contact me, PM me seeming this site bombards my emails constantly, so I should get it spammed it me.

Anyways, seeming half this site doesn't even know about the CID glitch and are too incompetent to even make a simple random integer tool and dump 1,000,000's upon millions of CIDs, I decided to make a simple Copy and Paste tutorial for C# Windows Forms;

Make a form look similar to this (if you don't know what the items are, you need to quit 'coding')
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Double click on the output changer, and copy and paste this code:
Code:
            OpenFileDialog openFile = new OpenFileDialog();
            openFile.Filter = "txt files (*.txt)|*.txt";
            openFile.Title = "Please select a .txt file";
            if (openFile.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.OK)
            {
                label2.Text = openFile.FileName;
            }

You will need a 'label2' to identify where the CIDs can go...

Now here's the skiddy part..
Double click on the form and paste this somewhere.

Code:
void RandomCID()
        {
            Random rnd = new Random();
            int CID = rnd.Next(00000001, 999999999);
            Random rnd1 = new Random();
            int CID1 = rnd1.Next(00000001, 999999999);
            Random rnd2 = new Random();
            int CID2 = rnd2.Next(00000001, 999999999);
            label4.Text = "00000001"+CID2+CID1+CID;
        }

Now double click the button and paste this:
Code:
if(label2.Text == "None")
            {
                MessageBox.Show("You need to select an output first!", "Error");
            }
            else
            {
               for(int i=0;i<numericUpDown1.Value;i++)
               {
                   RandomCID();
                   File.AppendAllText(label2.Text, label4.Text + Environment.NewLine);
               }
            }

You can set the numericUpDown to be anything from 1-10000000000000000000000, IDGAF. If you wanted to use lower amount of CPU resources, chuck a thread.sleep method on the end of it.

Congrats, now you can generate millions of useless CIDs seeming Sony are too incompetent to fix the Auth glitch.

~ Harry

- I have attached 666 CIDs for you incompetent skids who need them
 

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