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  1. MOSINT is an OSINT Tool for emails. It helps you gather information about the target email. Features: Verification Service { Check if email exist } Check social accounts with Socialscan Check data breaches [need API] Find related emails Find related phone numbers Find related domains Scan Pastebin Dumps Google Search DNS Lookup [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. GHunt is an OSINT tool to extract information from any Google Account using an email. It can currently extract: Owner’s name The last time the profile was edited Google ID If the account is a Hangouts Bot Activated Google services (YouTube, Photos, Maps, News360, Hangouts, etc.) Possible YouTube channel Possible other usernames Public photos (P) Phones models (P) Phones firmwares (P) Installed Softwares (P) Google Maps reviews (M) Possible physical location (M) Events from Google Calendar (C) The features marked with a (P) require the target account to have the default setting of Allow the people you share content with to download your photos and videos on the Google AlbumArchive, or if the target has ever used Picasa linked to their Google account. More info here. Those marked with a (M) require the Google Maps reviews of the target to be public (they are by default). Those marked with a (C) requires user to have Google Calendar set on public (default it is closed) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. Mail-Swipe | Keep your real mailbox clean and secure. Mail Swipe is a python script that helps you to create temporary email addresses and receive emails at that address. It uses the API provided by 1secmail to create emails addresses and fetch emails. You can either generate your own email address or you can generate a random email address using this script. Once you receive an email it will be save in a text file inside the "All Mails" folder. For security reason you cannot read messages from addresses: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] All other addresses are free to use. - 1secmail team - [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. SocialPwned SocialPwned is an OSINT tool that allows to get the emails, from a target, published in social networks like Instagram, Linkedin, and Twitter to find the possible credential leaks in PwnDB. The purpose of this tool is to facilitate the search for vulnerable targets during the phase of Footprinting in Ethical Hacking. It is common for employees of a company to publish their emails in social networks, either professional or personal, so if these emails have their credentials leaked, it is possible that the passwords found have been reused in the environment to be audited. If it’s not the case, at least you would have an idea of the patterns that follow this target to create the passwords and be able to perform other attacks with a higher level of effectiveness. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
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  6. Hi all, I was reading RFCs and am now wondering how to use the '*' wildcard char to send emails to all the users mailboxes of a given server with the IP I use IPs instead of domain names for efficiency and the domain name gets translated to IP anyways using DSN and the IP approche lets me get exhaustive list of IPs. Or coarse there are reserved/excluded IPs such as 127.0.0.1 (loopback). For example mail *@1.0.0.1 < email.txt => sends email.txt to all users of [Hidden Content] this approche has several advantages, first its exhaustive. don't need to input all domain names, second you don't get "mail undelivered" email messages bouncing back to mailbox for non existing users. third for stealth (using Tor or coarse) make you email untracable. The only thing the receiving end user sees is "*@*" in "From:" I have tried different approches for *@1.0.0.1 but the command fails even when using mutt, pine, etc any ideas ? thank's
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  8. Am in need of good IP SMTP senders please can anyone including the administrator help me out with where i can get good IP SMTP senders? Your help will be appreciated. Thanks!
  9. Free SMTP check for Mail Corp. Works without proxy [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  10. dEEpEst

    14000 Emails Yahoo

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