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    -TelneT-

    Besides downloading a program thats does it for you...

    Does anyone know how to automate a telnet process-

    Normally when i speak to the servers you have to hard return after certain entries into the command prompt. Ex:

    Telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 25 (Connects to port 25)
    Helo (Hard Return)
    Send From:<user@domain.com> (Hard Return)
    RCPT TO:<user@domain.com> (Hard Return)
    DATA (Hard Return)
    blah blah.... (Hard Return)
    . (Hard Return)
    Quit

    Any s***estions?
    Thanks
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    hi Syntax******,

    please see if the following url is of any help

    [url]http://ant.apache.org/manual/OptionalTasks/telnet.html[/url]

    Data.

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    Data

    Thanks for the URL. That is exactly what im looking for except i forgot to specify that i need it to run through a batch script or a VBS script. I will not be using my server for this project. A little social engineering and i had a sprint pcs tech tell me that he could not block email from being sent to my phone through their server. Hm... not a good thing to say ~ They screwed me over on a few phone bills and chared me *0 extra a month b.c they dont know how to block email! BS!

    One more little question. Do you know where i can find info on creating my own headers for an email? False IP, False MAC, etc.

    Thanks
    ~STX
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    hi,

    here is a mac spoofer for windows. I have not tried it though and appears to be shareware, though you may possible download the trial version.

    [url]http://www.klcconsulting.net/smac/#Download[/url]

    Try a google search on 'fake mail' and it should throw some interesting results.

    Try using Java Anon Proxy (JAP) or anonymizer.com to hide your ip.

    Data.

  5. #5
    madison Guest
    Originally posted by DATA
    hi,

    here is a mac spoofer for windows. I have not tried it though and appears to be shareware, though you may possible download the trial version.

    [url]http://www.klcconsulting.net/smac/#Download[/url]

    Try a google search on 'fake mail' and it should throw some interesting results.

    Try using Java Anon Proxy (JAP) or anonymizer.com to hide your ip.

    Data.
    be infirmed B4 you answer..
    SMTP servers does not support MAC, useless to spoof your MAC for this purpose.
    JAP is crap, anonymizer.com never supported port 25 or **0
    Try to find hirosh's mailer ([url]www.hirosh.tk[/url]) [trojan detected] or doanload gostmail also [trojan detected].
    The best IMHO remains SYMPA

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    please show me where is found SYMPA site. please

  7. #7
    ABHIS Guest
    Originally posted by Unregistered
    please show me where is found SYMPA site. please
    I agree with madison sympa is one of the best known. look here [url]http://fever.link.free.fr/sympa.html[/url]

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    Re: -TelneT-

    Originally posted by SyntaX******
    Besides downloading a program thats does it for you...

    Does anyone know how to automate a telnet process-

    Telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 25 (Connects to port 25)
    Helo (Hard Return)
    Send From:<user@domain.com> (Hard Return)
    .
    .
    .
    Any s***estions?
    Thanks
    *.Send From:<..> is wrong use instead MAIL FROM:<...>
    2.Telent CANNOT be used within a bat file. "stdin" CANNOT be redirected in dynamic mode to bat files. you CANNOT use telnet.exe < my_command_file.txt
    *.if you want to experiment with telnet, download one of these [url]http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html[/url]

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    Sorry i was just generalizing when i posted the syntax for the telnet. Thanks for the Putty by the way!! I wansnt sure if it was possible or not to .bat a telnet

    One thing i did realised is that mail is being spammed if it does not include a subject so make sure to add a sub to the telnet.

    EX:

    Helo Kimosabi!
    mail from: [email]syntax@syntaxmail.com[/email]
    rcpt to: [email]rect@syntsxmail.com[/email]
    Data
    subject:-GOES HERE- (2 Hard Returns)

    Message Body....
    .(Period)
    QUIT

    More bad news... mail servers are now disallowing telnets on port 25! :-(
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    ABHIS Guest
    Originally posted by SyntaX******


    More bad news... mail servers are now disallowing telnets on port 25! :-(
    I didn't notice any server rejection when using SYMPA, mostly in SYMPA disguised mode, as proxys are hard to find to use the anonnon mode.

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    Try this server:
    mail.sprintpcs.com

    Also this one acted funny the last time i tried:
    mail2.hotmail.com

    -What do ya think?-
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    [url=http://www.syntax******.info/tools/base_converter.php]Base Converter[/url]
    --------------------------------
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    [URL=http://www.syntax******.info]Comming Soon[/URL]

  12. #12
    ABHIS Guest
    Originally posted by SyntaX******
    Try this server:
    mail.sprintpcs.com

    Also this one acted funny the last time i tried:
    mail2.hotmail.com

    -What do ya think?-
    SYMPA does not require to enter manually the SMTP server, the appropriate server will be directly resolved as (MX) not (IP) based on the email address. Excatly like when using outlook or other email client.
    By the way, hotmail.com MX resolves to
    mx*.hotmail.com
    mx2.hotmail.com
    mx*.hotmail.com
    mx4.hotmail.com
    Also, sprintpcs.com MX reolves to pcsmail.sprintpcs.com so mail.
    therefore mail2.hotmail.com & mail.sprintpcs.com cannot work.

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    I havnt been using that program, and when i did telnet into the two domains it worked yesterday, but today im having problems. If its working for you then send an email to [email]syntax******@hotmail.com[/email] from [email]**77**6487@sprintpcs.com[/email]
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    [url=http://www.syntax******.info/tools/base_converter.php]Base Converter[/url]
    --------------------------------
    [URL=http://www.boninroad.com/syntax******/]Old Site[/URL]
    [URL=http://www.syntax******.info]Comming Soon[/URL]

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    ABHIS Guest
    Header:
    ID=*28*, QR=Query, Opcode=QUERY, RCODE=NO ERROR
    Authoritative Answer=No, Truncation=No
    Recursion Desired=Yes, Recursion Available=Yes
    QDCOUNT=*, ANCOUNT=*, NSCOUNT=*, ARCOUNT=4
    Question:
    Name=sprintpcs.com, QTYPE=MX, QCLASS=*
    Answer Section:
    - Name=sprintpcs.com
    Type=MX, Class=*, TTL=2*45 (** Minutes 5 Seconds), RDLENGTH=*2
    Preference=*0, Mail Exchange=pcsmail.sprintpcs.com
    ------------------------------------------------------------------
    Header:
    ID=***2, QR=Response, Opcode=QUERY, RCODE=NO ERROR
    Authoritative Answer=No, Truncation=No
    Recursion Desired=Yes, Recursion Available=Yes
    QDCOUNT=*, ANCOUNT=4, NSCOUNT=5, ARCOUNT=*8
    Question:
    Name=hotmail.com, QTYPE=MX, QCLASS=*
    Answer Section:
    - Name=hotmail.com
    Type=MX, Class=*, TTL=20*4 (** Minutes *4 Seconds), RDLENGTH=8
    Preference=5, Mail Exchange=mx4.hotmail.com
    - Name=hotmail.com
    Type=MX, Class=*, TTL=20*4 (** Minutes *4 Seconds), RDLENGTH=8
    Preference=5, Mail Exchange=mx*.hotmail.com
    - Name=hotmail.com
    Type=MX, Class=*, TTL=20*4 (** Minutes *4 Seconds), RDLENGTH=8
    Preference=5, Mail Exchange=mx2.hotmail.com
    - Name=hotmail.com
    Type=MX, Class=*, TTL=20*4 (** Minutes *4 Seconds), RDLENGTH=8
    Preference=5, Mail Exchange=mx*.hotmail.com

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    Yes, you have definatly enlightened my thoughts about the entire process.

    Which program were you using to send the two emails? SYMPA
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    [url=http://www.syntax******.info/tools/base_converter.php]Base Converter[/url]
    --------------------------------
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