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  1. Hey Everyone, I put the "Wifi Password Grabber" Payload on my ducky, but it gives me this wierd SMTP error. I have attached a photo below, please help! :} :}
  2. Hi guys I have made a mailer script in python that sends phishing emails with personalized links, to track who has taken the bait and who didn't. These people can then be further educated about phishing. The only thing that's missing to start doing these tests is the email spoofing. I see alot of guides and tutorials with telnet, but that does not support HTML/RTF formatting. There are some mailer websites that can send spoofed HTML like http://emkei.cz/. So my question is; how do they do it and is it possible in Python? EDIT: I have a Direct-To-MX mail feature, but the mail just ends up in the spamfolder.
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