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Script for locating an email knowing only the first and last character

Discussion in 'General Scripting Chat' started by samthehombre, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. samthehombre

    samthehombre Newbie

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    Hello everyone,

    Not sure if anything like this exists, but I'm looking for a way to locate an email so I can contact the user of a dormant Instagram name. It's an account with no profile picture, no posts, nothing!!!.. that is only following two people, non of which own the account. I know this because I was able to reach them.

    I've been at it for close to a month and I've not been able to reach the account holder. I was even lucky enough to get a reply from Instagram, but they were no help.

    I hit the forgot email function, and it provided me with the first letter character by a specific amount of asterisk marks and the last letter with the proper domain extension. The amount of asterisk marks are in conjunction to the length of the email, because I did it to my own personal account and the number of characters match.

    Is there any script of service that can figure out the emails indexed on the web knowing the amount of characters? The last character of the email is a number which I think helps.

    Any help with getting an inactive Instagram useraname is greatly appreciated.
     
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  2. samthehombre

    samthehombre Newbie

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    Anyone?

    I have the first and last character of the email and its extension. Just need to know if there's something to run this through.
     
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    If you had a text list of many mails, it would have been possible, but on the web I really don't see a way of it to work properly. Since "*" doesn't work on G.