[Full-disclosure] Ask for spam...
bill.louis at gmail.com
Tue Oct 17 01:38:57 BST 2006
May most of these emails are newsletters, not spam, huh?
Does anyone could give me some spam archive, or spam to
clt at wang-labs.com, thanks.
2006/10/17, Michael Holstein <michael.holstein at csuohio.edu>:
> Here's what I did when researching the same thing ...
> Google "free stuff". Find a page with "thousands of free offers". Fill
> one out and check *every* box. Reply to whatever "confirm" emails come in.
> I did a few of those "thousand freebie" things to various bogus email
> addresses in a fake subdomain and was getting thousands per day (and it
> wasn't long until the DHA attacks started on that newly created
> subdomain either -- configure your first-touch MTA to blindly accept
> anything as valid if you're curious, just be careful not to relay it).
> The nice thing about doing the subdomain trick is you can just delete
> the subdomain when you're done and not waste your bandwidth (and disk
> space) dealing with "test" SPAM.
> Michael Holstein CISSP GCIA
> Cleveland State University
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