Email bomber is commonly used to prank friends and hank target email id. But the problem with this is that you will have to use your own mail id for the email bomber, so the target will find you easily.
However, while utilising the email bomber tool we’ll look at today, you don’t have to use your own email address, so your target can’t discover you. You don’t need to know how to use Linux to use this mail bomber application, however there is a different website where you can execute email bomber without using Linux or Termux.
Email bomber Tested on
This tool has been verified to work properly on all of the following devices.
- Kali Linux
- iPad os
- mac os
- Parrot Sec OS
- Kali Nethunter
- Alpine Linux
Use Email bomber tool to Linux and Termux
First, you need to download this tool on your Linux or Termux device so you need to type the following command in your terminal.
git clone https://github.com/bagarrattaa/email-nuker.git
To convert your directory to the email-nuker folder after downloading, so type the following command in your terminal.
Now run the python file emailbomber.py with the help of python3. When enabled, the tool will ask for the target email address.
After typing your target mail address, type subject, message, and a number of messages, then pressing the enter button will take you to your target.
No spam mails; all emails go directly to the inbox
This tool is for educational purposes only! Don’t use this to take revenge or any illegal purposes I will not be responsible for any misuse
Mail bomber with an online tool
If you do not know how to use Termux and Linux you can use this tool on the website by clicking the button below.
After clicking the button above, the terminal on the website will open. In it, you can type your target mail address and send mail to your target.
How to prevent mail bombing?
There is no way to prevent mail bombers in advance but you can protect yourself from them by moving or blocking them to the spam folder after a mail arrives.
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