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Upload a verification.html to foreign website to get accepted at smtp.com!?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by karasc, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. karasc

    karasc Newbie

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    Hi,
    Maybe this is possible: I just signed up for a smtp.com account. They are very paranoid because of spammers and ask for some proofs where I'm collecting my email leads. Okay I simply gave them 2 good and reputable looking sites (one free-gift site and a free dating site) which for sure I don?t own ;-) Just searched in google and found those two.
    But now they want me to upload a verification.html file including the text ?Verified for smtp.com? on ?my? two sites.
    Has anybody an idea how I can trick this verification process to get my account at smtp.com?
    Thank you!
     
  2. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    You would have to hack the two sites and thats illegal.
     
  3. heiska

    heiska Junior Member

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    Sure, just root the boxes and upload the required file ;)
     
  4. karasc

    karasc Newbie

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    just root the boxes? you also mean hack?
     
  5. heiska

    heiska Junior Member

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    lolwtf tinyurl links blocked, gg bhw turds.

    basically yes, that's what I meant. and it's not easy.
     
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  6. MaxTucker

    MaxTucker Regular Member

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    hahaha :eek:wned:
     
  7. altschule

    altschule Regular Member

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    Looks like their verification works, eh?
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  8. karasc

    karasc Newbie

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    no it just seems that they are too swanky and are not interested in new customers. because if somebody really want to spam using their system he will just do it, no matter what verification they are using!