Kju

❯❯❯_ Kju – Improved waiting time for the adidas.com splash page.

This is a script for people who don't want to deal with proxies for brute forcing the adidas.com splash page. There are a few similar scripts out there already, but this uses completely separate Chrome sessions for improved results. It is pretty heavy on the CPU though.

Notification

Features

  • Simple Command Line Tool
  • All the right Chrome flags
  • Headless mode
  • HMAC cookie and User Agent Export
  • Rich notification center integration

Screenshot

Setup

1. Download and unzip.

2. Install Node.js.

Download it form here. Or do yourself a favor and use a package manager: Homebrew for macOS and Chocolatey for Windows.

If you're feeling fancy, use Yarn instead of NPM.

3. Setup kju.

Open your terminal and cd to the kju folder. Install the dependencies with npm install or yarn install.

In the meantime, log into your Google account on Chrome and export all your cookies with the EditThisCookie extensions into a file called cookies.json in the kju folder.

Open config.js and edit it to your liking.

Usage

Start Kju as soon as splash goes live. It handles 20 instances on a 13'' MBP (2016) without problem. Adjust accordingly.

Press l to toggle logging in the terminal. Press c to copy the latest HMAC and User Agent.

Once an instance passes splash, clicking on the notification takes you to that specific browser window. Cart and checkout from there.

You can also export the HMAC to InstaCop on your regular browser. Make sure to set the corresponding User Agent there, e.g. via Chrome's DevTools (network conditions) or Safari's developer menu.

Support

I will provide absolutely no support regarding setup and usage.

Try Twitter or r/adidasATC.

Resources

Kju

Kju — Improved waiting time for the adidas.com splash page ❯❯❯_

Kju Info

⭐ Stars 62
🔗 Source Code github.com
🕒 Last Update a year ago
🕒 Created 4 years ago
🐞 Open Issues 3
➗ Star-Issue Ratio 21
😎 Author chrenn