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LinkCrawler DEEPDECRYPT example

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LinkCrawler Rule example - DEEPDECRYPT

DEEPDECRYPT rules can be used to do the following tasks:

  • Make JD accept URLs it otherwise wouldn't accept
  • Make JD auto deep-crawl content from inside the HTML code behind specific URLs
  • [Optional]: Set package name grabbed via regular expression

Simple example - "Crawl JDownloader Download-URLs with JDownloader":

Let's say you want to get all download-URLs from this page:
By default, JD will not pickup this URL automatically and/or look for URLs behind this.
This rule will make JD accept this URL automatically and extract all URLs matching deepPattern:

    "enabled": true,
    "cookies": [
    "logging": false,
    "maxDecryptDepth": 1,
    "name": " example rule grab all download-URLs from",
    "pattern": "https?://jdownloader\\.org/download/index",
    "rule": "DEEPDECRYPT",
    "packageNamePattern": null,
    "passwordPattern": null,
    "deepPattern": "(https://mega\\.nz/[^\"]+)"

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