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GET VALID CREDIT CARD NUMBERS
In August, 1999, Scientific American ( http://www.sciam.com/ ) has
published an article entitled 'How to steal millions in chump change'
which was about online credit card theft. The original article can still
be found online at:
Before going shopping online, every customer has to register online with
his/her credit card information and they’ll leave their emails too so that
those shopping websites will confirm their registration. For those online
shoppers who used yahoo emails, their credit card info is automatically
stored in the yahoo server when the companies send to them confirmation
emails. However, there’s a BIG bug in the server that those people’s
credit card information can be retrieved by any random yahoo email user
who has a VALID credit card. To simplify this, here is how it works:
Send an Email to confuse a yahoo server mailbot,
so that it will return to
YOUR EMAIL (if it’s a yahoo email, and it takes 3 mins to create a yahoo
email account) with complete information of people’s credit card
information stored in the server in the last 72 hours. This is how you’ll
With the subject: accntopp-cc-E52488 (To confuse the server)
In the email body, write:
boundary='0-86226711-106343' (This is line 1)
Content-Type: text/plain; (This is line 3) charset=us-ascii (This is line
252ads< m > (This is line 35)
Return-Path: < Your Email Here > (This is line 37, type in your email
between < >) s_
You have to make sure you do EXACTLY as what is said above and the credit
card info above the 0000’s are absolutely CORRECT/VALID. Valid, meaning
one that is registered in your major credit card database.
For those who like to play it safe, thinking this is too good to be true.