Ghosthawk wrote:I REALLY would not recommend doing this. MooreR did it once. I wonder what happened to him? Oh yeah the FBI showed up at his doorstep. Yeah SMS bombing is a real good idea.
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How is flooding someone with text messages 'hacking their mobile phone'?
remi wrote:On iPhone iOS, Apple prevents any app to send SMS, Texts, Emails and Messages automatically, whitout user validation (Send button). This is theory.
I use this SMS API for Easy Group, a small iPhone app to group contacts, send iPhone group SMS, group Texts or group Emails. The API is quite complete, but you could not use to create what you call an SMS Bomber.
Most service providers (carriers) filter SMS (smpp) and MMS (smtp). These filters are the same as classic email filters. So if your goal is to send SMS spam, your success rate will be the same as for spam emails... very low
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