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[HARD] SMTP using Telnet under http proxy

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by olimix, Sep 23, 2011.

  1. olimix

    olimix Regular Member

    Jul 21, 2010
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    11h11 brothers
    i'm coding a new way to mass mailing
    If i succeed i'll be able to send mass mail directly to inbox without any server reputation and without compromise my server ip

    Sending massmail using your own non-autority smtp will get you banned within hours if not minutes

    So the strategy is to ping email to delete unreal email adress first
    and use free mail accounts and my server to connect on them to send mail using telnet connection

    email pinger script has already been done and is working good

    but the problem is that free email providers log the ip where you connect to their smtp servers
    and if you send to much mail using same ip, they go directly to spam folder and your ip get ban.

    So i need to tunnel the smtp socks called in telnet into a http proxy .
    these 2 protocols don't work together because of their ports .

    but i'm sure there is a way to do it .
    any advice ?

    i'm also interrested in talking with guys who know a bit about the question
    and why not sharing my scripts and have some tests about them. just pm if you thinks you are the man.
  2. The Torment

    The Torment BANNED BANNED

    Mar 26, 2011
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    Why not just use free email's smtp with ip rotation? sounds easier ;)
  3. ~divinci

    ~divinci Registered Member

    Sep 23, 2009
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    Infastructure Reverse Engineer
    Liverpool UK
    Basically you want to connect to and send port 25 SMTP using different IP addresses. I am sure that the SOCKS proxy protocol can do this, but you can't use a HTTP proxy.
  4. monk13

    monk13 Power Member

    Jul 10, 2009
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    http proxy to a javascript telnet emulator?
    it does seem you'd need a socks proxy though
    because either way you boil it, you're still sending telnet traffic, and if the http proxies don't support telnet the traffic shouldn't pass (or i have a flawed understanding of the difference between socks and http proxies)