Re: Project: ClearCraig .Net has a similar problem, but you can use the dotfuscator to obfuscate some of the code, and lock the rest in compiled libraries. This results in something that can't be so easily decompiled. If someone has the know-how to decompile it, edit it enough to recompile it, they probably have the know how to make an app like this. So that's good enough security for me. I *really* don't want to add another script kiddie tool out there. This coupled with a bot net (btw, does anyone have one? That would be pretty sweet!) would allow them to remove any ad or ads from craigslist that they wanted to. Although I'm not 100% sure, I think that java classes you run are downloaded to your comp (IE temp files, java tmp, etc). Thus the source is there for decompiling. Not sure what this is going to accomplish. Assuming CL has a fixed amount of flags needed to remove a post, the posts should be disappearing almost all at once. I have ran this app *a lot*. I'm beginning to believe that you need to flag from a unique IP address, that hasn't flagged before, for CL to record the flag. Not too easy for me since I'm on cable. Running the app for 500+ posts takes maybe an extra 2 mins when you're running against 300+. The problem isn't the number of posts, it's the number of people running the app. P.S. run the app.