Task Setup Guide for Queue Pass
This module is aimed at sites that use the Queue IT virtual waiting room system. This module is internet wide therefore it should work on all queue it sites. It should also work on sites that have Akamai if you find any bugs with certain domains please report them to us. This module will make your tasks wait in the queue and once they pass they will send you a web hook with access to the website so you can checkout manually.
For some sites you may have a captcha before you enter the queue, therefore to be safe have a CapMonster or 2Captcha key entered within your settings file.
Create a task
To create a task, open your tasks.csv file within the Carnage folder.
Here you'll need to complete the following columns:
In order to run the Queue-IT module, input Queue-IT here.
For this column you need to enter the URL of the queue that you want to enter. For example:
If you want to run for a ticketmaster release, then you would use a link like this:
Here you need to insert a valid profile name. The queue-it module doesn't use this information, however it is required for Carnage to work correctly.
If you want to run for a Tickermaster release, then you will need to input your account details here. The format of this should be username:password.
There are three modes available. These are Default, Reset, and Reset+.
The default mode is to be used on all Queue-IT related sites.
The Reset and Reset+ mode are to be used with Ticket master only.
This mode allows you to reset the password of the Ticketmaster account that you are running. Using the Reset mode alone will only reset the password. If you use the Reset + Default mode, then the password reset and the task will continue within the queue.
Here you can set your desired Retry / Monitor delay. You can write this in a Retry-Monitor format. For example, we recommend using 3000-3000 for an initial release.
If you are using proxies, you may want to increase/decrease the delays depending on your setup.
Select your proxy list.
We recommend on Queue IT that you run fast datacentre proxies or sticky residential proxies. Some site's ban proxies harder than others, therefore a larger proxy to task ratio would be beneficial.
At the very minimum, we recommend a proxy to task ratio of 1:1 on this module.
You can click the image to enlarge it, or you can download this example file at the bottom of this article.