Sunday, May 14, 2006

Using SMTP to Fake Mails

SMTP stands for simple mail transfer protocol. It is a simple protocol based on exchange of commands. There are lots of commands supported, you can view a list here. The first command used in SMTP is the HELO or EHLO (extended hello). This a way of greeting the server. The server will reply back with some form of greeting.
You can use SMTP to send fake mails read on at...
http://www.windowsecurity.com/whitepaper/How_to_Send_Fake_Mail_Using_SMTP_Servers.html

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