Tutorial Setup a working PHP Spam mailer

VizOne

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Today i will show you, how to setup a free and working PHP spam mailer.

DISCLAIMER:
THIS IS FOR INFORMATIONAL AND LEARNING PURPOSE ONLY!

Let's start...

Step 1:
Setup a free hoster with PHP and Sendmail support.
I have try it with bplaced.net and it works perfect.
So register a new Account on bplaced.net.

Step 2:
Download a PHP spam mailer.
Search for a working mailer or try this one. LINK
This is tested and works like acharm.

Step 3:
Setup the PHP file.
Copy the code from line 1 to line 49 an paste it into a new document on your Desktop called index.php

Step 3.1 (optional):
Change the charset.
Open the index.php and find

PHP:
$headers .= "Content-type: text/".$_POST['tipe']."; charset=windows-1251\r\n";
(line 25)
Change the
PHP:
charset=windows-1251
to
PHP:
charset=utf-8
This allow us to use unicode letters like ä, ö, ü, ß... for germans very usefull.

Step 4:
Fire up FileZilla
Start FileZilla and connect with your blaced.net data to the FTP server.
In my case I dont need to add a new FTP account to bplaced.net. The adress for me was my domain, my login and my password. But if you need to setup an account, so got to bplaced.net, login into, go to FTP (left side in the bar) and create or edit an account.

Step 5:
Upload the file.
Search for your index.php on the Desktop and drag-and-drop it to the FileZilla window on the right side (your FTP)

Step 6:
Testing
Open your Browser and go to your bplaced.net domain for example sinister.bplaced.net
Now you will see your script. Chose the method you want to (Send a mail, Spam, Flood) and insert a receive/sender Mail, a subject and your message. Here you can choose between HTML and Text messaging.

If you decide to send only one mail, you have to choose "Send simple message"
For sending one mail to several emails you have to got to "Spam" - add all emails in the "Receivers" window
And if you decide to send million of mails to one eMail, go to "Flood" - type a number of mails in the "Amount of messages " window

Now you can click on "Submit Query" and see what happen.

If you want, you can register/visit your domain and send the index.php to your server over TOR. I think you would be on the save side, if so.
 

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Thanxx.. gonna chexk this out.. looks gr8
 
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