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Question: What Code do you use?
GMail - 1 (50%)
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Yahoo - 1 (50%)
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« on: June 14, 2007, 09:10:59 AM »

I know that there is an auto Y!/G!/H! account generator written with php + cURL, but it doesnt includes CAPTCHA recognicement...

Are someone using some working one? At last to generate 500 emails with an auto-complete form to fill in with the random numbers,
and then automated the process with for example putting an auto redirector email-response...Wink To keep only one email opened and working 500... Tongue Anyone?



I have too Y!/G!/H! friends importer code, but, is there any way to send some email sended by the user logged?? i mean, with user and pass given to request his friends, be able to send emails to this friends with his ID (not mail() function), i just talk about sending through the Y!/G!/Y! API...  anyone?


And the more difficult yet, its a way to Request in remote, for example with AJAX REMOTE LOGIN (Google...q?) given an user and password
to sign up be able to request remotelly this login in his Y!/G!/H! account, and with different password say, "hey dude, try putting another password" till he/her put the same password as his/her legit Hotmail account....

This it could be great to retrieve his friends, and send emails without saying what are you really doing in background, anyone could help me developing this idea?


Thanks!  and remember !You fished it First Here! ^_^

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Sorry for my bad english, this is not a great day....at office...
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« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2007, 05:16:44 AM »

There's no need to do anything with G's ajax. You just send the POSTs like you normally would via some backend call. If you're talking about using ajax to display your frontend or whatever, I could see that though.

My gmail account creator was written in PHP using cURL, but it no longer works and I haven't been bothered to find out why yet. They must have changed the page that you initially GET, because right now I'm not getting a captcha image.
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« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2007, 02:43:29 PM »

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« Reply #3 on: July 31, 2007, 10:21:55 AM »

Funny how that thing got passed around, isn't it ?    Mobster Don't make me... Mobster

Anyway, because I wrote it, I noticed a lot of things about mass generating accounts with it.
First of all, in one day from one ip you can generate less than 20 or 30 accounts if you're lucky. That's not enough. When you try to use proxies with it, big daddy has the nasty habbit of changing form/site structure/language depending on geographic location. And I'm too lazy to actually check this and write more code, not sure it's worth the effort to write such a generic tool, unless I'd be in another kind of email business.

Secondly, you have to have a really really good name/mail address generation routine. Think about the few million addresses already auto-generated with some standard name lists, name+typo, name+number, name+name, etc. They're either already taken or some detection routine kicks in and doesn't let you register with them. Sure, sometimes it gives you some username alternatives, but sometimes it just drops a second captcha on you, gives you the 'no more invites, sorry', or some other bs page.

To do the auto-redirect I had to digg into the js+liveheaders, and follow a lot of redirects (intro page + redirects + ajax part + post). It works (worked?). Haven't really used it recently.
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« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2007, 06:56:35 AM »

Funny how that thing got passed around, isn't it ?    Mobster Don't make me... Mobster

Anyway, because I wrote it, I noticed a lot of things about mass generating accounts with it.
First of all, in one day from one ip you can generate less than 20 or 30 accounts if you're lucky. That's not enough. When you try to use proxies with it, big daddy has the nasty habbit of changing form/site structure/language depending on geographic location. And I'm too lazy to actually check this and write more code, not sure it's worth the effort to write such a generic tool, unless I'd be in another kind of email business.

Secondly, you have to have a really really good name/mail address generation routine. Think about the few million addresses already auto-generated with some standard name lists, name+typo, name+number, name+name, etc. They're either already taken or some detection routine kicks in and doesn't let you register with them. Sure, sometimes it gives you some username alternatives, but sometimes it just drops a second captcha on you, gives you the 'no more invites, sorry', or some other bs page.

To do the auto-redirect I had to digg into the js+liveheaders, and follow a lot of redirects (intro page + redirects + ajax part + post). It works (worked?). Haven't really used it recently.

The code I got from you and modified still works really well bro. Big props for that. I can send you back exactly what I'm using, but I've never had issues with generation. I have a generator function that just uses an alphanumeric salt and G's never been able to pick up on the fact that both my names (first and last), and my email addresses are generated. I'm not currently using it but I do know that you can do well over that number of accounts and still be fine. As of like last week anyway.
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« Reply #5 on: August 14, 2007, 11:19:59 AM »

They might be banning my ass just because of the country ... who knows what exactly raises flags.
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« Reply #6 on: September 07, 2007, 02:32:29 AM »

Funny how that thing got passed around, isn't it ?    Mobster Don't make me... Mobster

Anyway, because I wrote it, I noticed a lot of things about mass generating accounts with it.
First of all, in one day from one ip you can generate less than 20 or 30 accounts if you're lucky. That's not enough. When you try to use proxies with it, big daddy has the nasty habbit of changing form/site structure/language depending on geographic location. And I'm too lazy to actually check this and write more code, not sure it's worth the effort to write such a generic tool, unless I'd be in another kind of email business.

Secondly, you have to have a really really good name/mail address generation routine. Think about the few million addresses already auto-generated with some standard name lists, name+typo, name+number, name+name, etc. They're either already taken or some detection routine kicks in and doesn't let you register with them. Sure, sometimes it gives you some username alternatives, but sometimes it just drops a second captcha on you, gives you the 'no more invites, sorry', or some other bs page.

To do the auto-redirect I had to digg into the js+liveheaders, and follow a lot of redirects (intro page + redirects + ajax part + post). It works (worked?). Haven't really used it recently.

The code I got from you and modified still works really well bro. Big props for that. I can send you back exactly what I'm using, but I've never had issues with generation. I have a generator function that just uses an alphanumeric salt and G's never been able to pick up on the fact that both my names (first and last), and my email addresses are generated. I'm not currently using it but I do know that you can do well over that number of accounts and still be fine. As of like last week anyway.


Hey vsloathe, i want your code, im in Spain, not using proxys...I would like to generate only 500 accounts, not more for Social Network purposses...

As well as something to put a redirect on incoming emails to know at last from which account im receiving something, (for example to read the URL to verify the email, or to verify the account...forums, accounts...)

Is implemented something like this to verify emails and redirect all emails (SMTP/POP3/IMAP...)

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« Reply #7 on: September 07, 2007, 05:54:56 AM »

i want your base  ROFLMAO
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