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A good email harvester?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by samloron, May 8, 2008.

  1. samloron

    samloron Junior Member

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    Can anybody point me to a good email bot/spider/harvester? Thanks!
     
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    Zak_A Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    What kind of harvester are you looking for? usenet, SE, forums, or anyone...?

    I used NNTP email harvester in the past to harvest emails from usenet, it worked pretty good.
    I also put up a php script to get emails out of SERPs, works like heaven but it still needs lots of improvements (i'll find the time someday...)
     
  3. vmedia

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    i guess related to this is where can i get an smtp server to spam those addresses?
     
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    Zak_A Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    A couple months ago I was using symp*atico's smtp server, which allowed me to send as many emails as I wanted without login/pass.
    I don't know if it still works though.
    Now I guess you can find some lists of smtp servers out there, just like you can find proxy lists (There are plenty of russian servers poping up everyday)
    Another idea (black hat and as illegal as spam itself), would be to use big isp's smtp servs. If you had someone's login and pass for his email account at his isp's website, then you'd get a great smtp server to play around... (That's just an idea, I'm obviously speaking hypothetically :) )
     
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    barabirir Registered Member

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    Where is I can download that software?
     
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    Zak_A Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    http://www.google.com/search?q=nntp%20email%20harvester
    I'm sure you'll figure out by yourself :)
     
  7. samloron

    samloron Junior Member

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    Your attitude is really sad; you trolled WINNA36 on his threads and intimidated him instead of actually responding to the original post. If you don?t have an answer stay off people?s thread if you love to intimidate people. It?s sad we gave ego-committed members. BEFORE you assume what I?m going to do with it, answer it first? If I misunderstood your post my apologies, but I doubt so after I seen how you love to intimidate peeps.
     
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    Zak_A Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I guess you didn't misunderstand his point, but anyway I'd like to add something :

    Spamming is illegal in the US, that we all have well understood.
    But what's up if someone still wants to spam? I mean we are responsible adults, and if someone wants to take the risk, that's his business. Moreover many members of bhw are not even from the US.
    We are here to talk about concepts and share ideas and knowledges. And blamming someone for his lack of sense of ethic is really unappropriate on a black hat forum anyway.
    So what? If someone wants to spam and you have a problem with this, which is not about ethic, what is it? Do you think he's stupid to take such a risk? That's none of your business, if he's willing to do so, that's of his concern. Or are you jealous because he has an unfair advantage because he can spam in his country, and you can't because it's to risky in the US? Then your frustration is YOUR problem.

    Once again, we're here to share ideas and concepts, not to judge, and everyone is responsible for his own actions.

    Thanks for reading.
     
  9. samloron

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    I understand that and the ethics of it, it?s just careless to try to intimidate people ALL THE TIME, anyway Thanks Zak, I?m using e-crawl now though after searching a-bit.
     
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