How to email spoof

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Post by Stavros »

One catch, magiceiko, you have to live in a populated area. I, however, can't go wardriving. I live too far out in the sticks. I don't like the country.

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Post by xtheblack9x »

ha ha ha its insian here everyone has wifi and a who lot of people don't put passwords on it. there are so many diffrent houses you could go to its insain. you could even do a diffrent ip every time ha ha ha.

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SMTP spoof with telnet

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Back in the old days you used to be able to scan ranges of IPs for port 25. I would look for small businesses because they would have a small computer network. The web server IP was usually the IP range to scan for the entire network. I felt as long as I wasn't damaging the network it was just a cool trick to do.
http://c0vertl.tripod.com/text/smtp.html
This was a tutorial I put together years ago, should still work using the windows telnet

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