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**Not Quite Web 2.0**

DoS A Cell Phone Easily (script kiddies rejoice)

Monday, February 20, 2006

I don't condone spamming or even email bombs, and anyone stupid enough to get caught using one deserves what is coming. However, I read an article a few months back about DoS'ing (Denial of Service) a cell phone by sending either 900 or 9000 (I don't recall the exact number) text messages to the phone rendering the cell phone inoperable. I got to thinking that there are many free web services that allow anyone on the net to send a text message to a cell phone. Up to now, I have not come across any services that allow you to send more than one text message at a time. This is where textmessage.cc comes in. After typing in the pertinent information and choosing a cell phone provider (be it Verizon, Cingular, Sprint, etc.) We are given the option to send 10, 20, 30, or 40 messages at the same time. Curious but not stupid enough to actually try this, I first recommend you download Torpark to anonymize your IP, or better yet, take a laptop and find an open Access Point, then use Torpark, log into textmessage.cc and then bombard your cubicle dwelling boss's phone rendering it useless. Now I have tried it with one message at a time but simply hitting the 'back' button on your browser allows you to go back to the previously unsent text message and resend it. Do it a few times and suddenly 900 textmessages are sent in just a few minutes. Proof of concept? Well shit, someone step up to bat.


posted by aL, 7:52 PM


Brick'ed my brother's Razr.
commented by Anonymous Moot, 8:32 PM  
commented by Anonymous shitFucka, 9:50 PM  
LMAO! HAHAH. This is really fun. Awesome post, aL.
commented by Anonymous Chris, 6:39 PM  
I think I am going to remove the text bomber from my site. Its too risky for me.
Also I may add a image verify for each message to be sent.
Sorry guys lol
commented by Anonymous textmessage.cc Admin, 10:27 PM  
Good one :)
commented by Anonymous Ivan Minic, 7:56 AM  
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 4:00 AM  

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