by kathan565



AdoBot Android Spyware Server

Deploy to Heroku

Server Setup

Create app on Heroku

  • Sign up to Heroku
  • Create a new app (Click the New button in the top right of the dashboard)
  • Name your app to whatever you want. Let's name it your-app for example purposes

Setup Mysql Server

  • Go to "Resources" tab
  • In the "Addons" section, type "ClearDB" and select the first suggestion
  • Click Provision when prompted

Configure the app

  • Go to the settings tab of your new heroku app
  • Click Reveal Config Vars button
  • Create a new KEY named DATABASE_URL and the paste into the VALUE field the value from CLEARDB_DATABASE_URL. Click ADD to save.
  • Create a new KEY named ADMIN_USERNAME and the VALUE will be your desired username used to login into the panel later. Then click ADD button
  • Create a new KEY named ADMIN_PASSWORD and the VALUE will be your desired password used to login into the panel later. Then click ADD button

Upload the source to Heroku

  • Download and install Heroku CLI as outlined here
  • If you don't have git command line tool, you might as well install it
  • After installation of Heroku CLI, open command line and type:
$ heroku login

Enter your Heroku login email and password

  • Go back to Heroku "Settings" tab
  • Find the "Info" section and copy the Heroku Git URL field. It looks like
  • Download this repository (AdoBot-IO) and extract the contents of the zip file
  • Then cd into the the extracted directory. ex cd ~/Downloads/AdoBot-IO
  • Then enter the commands below (Remember to change your-app to the name of your app)
$ git init
$ git remote add heroku
$ git add .
$ git commit -am "initial commit"
$ git push heroku master
$ heroku open
  • That's it, your done! Now set up the AdoBot android client if you haven't done it yet.


System Requirements

  • NodeJS
  • MySql


Edit ./config/config.json to your preferences. In the development section, change the username, password and name of the database. The admin section refers to the admin panel login credentials.

Install dependencies:

$ npm install

Populate the database:

$ ./node_modules/.bin/sequelize db:migrate

Build the frontend assets:

$ ./node_modules/.bin/gulp

Run local server

$ node index.js

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Released under MIT License