Cai Xukun, who is behind the 100 million forwarding volume
4hw.com.cn: Xingyuan app, the driving force behind Cai Xukun's creation of 100 million microblog forwarding volume, was recently seized. The app makes crazy profits by using the demand of fans to brush traffic to idols, attracting more than 8 million yuan in half a year. The principal criminal Cai Moumou has been arrested by Fengtai Procuratorate on suspicion of damaging the computer information system.
The app went online last July, and users can log in to Sina Weibo through it. After charging to open a member, your microblog account can be bound with multiple trumpets (ranging from dozens to thousands). After binding, the large and small numbers can achieve the same forwarding content and double the forwarding quantity. As the microblog will seal up the trumpets that continue to brush, fans can only recharge and bind new trumpets. Fans receive the 'brush amount' task from the team leader or brokerage company. After the completion of the task, fans can draw prizes through online activities to obtain some rewards: signed photos, concert lights, balloons, fluorescent sticks and other gifts. Senior two student Chen Fang (pseudonym) logs in to the app every day to complete the forwarding task assigned by the fan team leader, spending about 1000 yuan a month.
According to the person in charge of sina Weibo security team, although Weibo accounts require real name system, most of them are based on mobile phone real name system. Through the comparison of background data, the security team found that a virtual operator account segment was used to register microblog accounts under the non real name system and give stars' round blogging '. At present, in order to cope with the 'round of blogging', Sina Weibo has set the forwarding and comment volume to the display limit of '1 million +'. On March 8, the police locked Xingyuan Network Technology Co., Ltd. in an office building in Fengze District, Quanzhou City, Fujian Province, and arrested all four people involved. At the arrest site, the four people are still running and maintaining the app. The four are fans of a female singer and meet through the fan group. Cai Moumou, the principal offender, explained that at first he made this app to help his favorite 'love beans' and increase attention. With more and more fans, he began to use the software to make illegal profits. At present, Cai Moumou has been arrested by Fengtai Procuratorate on suspicion of damaging the computer information system, and the police are still carrying out further work on the other three people.