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TelNet - tutorial for noobs

Arrow Image A intro to telnet with examples and brief history



Disclaimer - I nor Hellboundhackers takes responsibility for your actions, this article is for educational purpose only.

TelNet

Telnet stands for TELecommunication NETwork. It is a network protocol
used on the Internet or local area network (LAN) connections. It was
developed in 1969. TELNET clients are available for virtually all
platforms (win, linux, mac).

Most often, a user will be telnetting to a Unix-like server system or
a simple network device such as a router.
For example,
a user might \"telnet in from home to check his mail at school\". In
doing so, he would be using a telnet client to connect from his
computer to one of his servers. Once the connection is established,
he would then log in with his account information and execute
operating system commands remotely on that computer, (DOS commands,
linux Kernel commands).

Things you might need to google - Telnet, tcp/IP.

How to connect to telnet and spoof an e-mail on winXP.

open a command prompt
type \"telnet\" !always with out quotes!
press enter

type \"open mail.google.com 25\"

Syntax = (command) (Address or IP) (port#)

press enter

type \"mail from: whateveremail@hear.com\"
press enter

type \"rcpt to: whoever@youwant.com\"
press enter

type \"data\"
press enter

type \"subject: subjecthear\"
press enter

type \" thebodyoftheemailhear \"
press enter

type \".\"
press enter

type \"close\"

Congrats you just spoofed an e-mail

You can do allot more with tell net!
try connecting to other servers and IPs all you need is the IP
and port #. Different port numbers let you transfer different types of
files.

Port #s

25 - E-mail transfer protocal

21 - FTP File Transfer Protocal (mp3, jpg, txt, etc...)

80 - HTTP Hyper Text Transfer Protocal (html)

443 - HTTPS Hyper Text Transfer Protocal Secure (depends on the site)

3306 - MySQL

110 - POP3

143 - Imap

587 - SMTP Secure Mail Transfer Protocal (ALT Mail)



!Another Example!

Want to watch star wars?

open a command prompt and open telnet

type \"open towel.blinkenlights.nl\"
press enter

TaDa!!! lol just watch it

Comments

clone4on September 03 2008 - 22:40:41
Sorry but poor... Why ? Well to begin with, anything "for noobs" means that the content of the article will be in fact covering just the very basics of the subject, without even considering more technical aspects etc. And I don't think that this type of article belongs to this site, I mean just google telnet tutorial or something similiar, and you will be given literally thousands of exactly same articles. As said above, you've covered not in-depth and also pretty random information ( even tho I liked the email spoofing ), which is not usable even as good introduction to this subject, therefor doesn't enrich this community in any way.
skathgh420on September 03 2008 - 23:46:20
Wow what the fuck. Seriously admin's how could you let this be excepted. Poor. Very poor.
Zephyr_Pureon September 04 2008 - 00:31:35
Okay, okay... obviously, whoever approved this piece of crap either had a sense of humor or didn't bother reading it at all. The history of Telnet was nice... until I realized that it was blatant theft from this: http://en.wikiped. . .iki/Telnet Go ahead... find all of the sentences almost word for word. As soon as I saw you start going into how to spoof an email with Telnet, vomit from the last 57 times someone found that interesting started to come back up. Oh... and you fucked it up; you forgot your "HELO" or "EHLO" after you get the 220 back from the mail server. Port 25 is SMTP, not "Email transfer protocol". SMTP doesn't stand for "Secure Mail Transfer Protocol"... it's "Simple", not "Secure". If it was secure, we wouldn't need PGP or S/MIME. Hell, for that matter, you could've done an article about SSH (more secure than Telnet, similar purposes), really put some effort into it... and probably gotten at least a Good rating. And what the hell was that crap at the end? We don't want jokes... we want some fucking content. Some GOOD content.
skathgh420on September 04 2008 - 00:48:59
Thank you Zephyr_Pure for that well thought out comment I was too angry when I read that. Also you are right it's almost word for word from http://en.wikiped. . .iki/Telnet and like Zephyr said also we are not here for jokes or laughter we are here to learn and spread knowledge. I still can't believe this got approved though I mean seriously...
Futilityon September 04 2008 - 03:47:34
;KJLNHASKnoisJSLYEfga;h (Yes, that was the sound of me ripping out my own eyes) Why, you ask? Because this was the most useless, poorly written excuse for an article in quite a long time. If you want details, please refer to Zephyr's post above. He seems to have nailed it perfectly. Like usual. (Note: I did not accept this article. Still don't have the privs)
fuseron September 04 2008 - 04:02:24
Damn lousy article man. Seriously, there are already countless tutorials on telnet and how to spoof email using it.
SwartMumbaon September 04 2008 - 06:16:52
Pendraggon, you skid. You have been...EXPOSED!
korgon September 04 2008 - 10:22:17
WOW, I agree with Zephyr, Really outdated, Misinformed and mostly bullshit. Admins need to delete this before too many people see it. Shit... there is no garbage rating. -30/10
spywareon September 04 2008 - 12:08:40
Thanks for towel.blinkenlights.nl.
skathgh420on September 05 2008 - 19:26:55
haha one person gave this a "good" vote wonder who that was....
spywareon September 05 2008 - 21:29:56
K_I_N_G
skathgh420on September 06 2008 - 18:29:06
@spy lol
regediton September 07 2008 - 01:24:41
IT is not good ever use telnet!!! anyone wouls be able to see the data. always better to connect stright to the console :evil: TAKE MY WORD IT HAVE TAMMPERED WITH DATA BEFORE
skathgh420on September 07 2008 - 04:25:54
@regedit dude shut the fuck up. Your retarded. You can't even write a sentence correct so I doubt that you have tampered with anything.
japanesedudeon September 07 2008 - 17:58:19
LOL HELLBOUNDHACKERS.ORG, LOL!!
fashizzlepopon September 08 2008 - 04:56:41
Im curious who exactly DOES approve these articles... completely useless...Sad
Zephyr_Pureon September 09 2008 - 02:31:42
My guess is the guy that's checking out your console... he said something about connecting straight through and tampering with your dangler.
Uber0non September 11 2008 - 07:12:16
type "subject: subjecthear" type " thebodyoftheemailhear " It's "here", not "hear". And also, I think it's quite obvious who rated this article Awesome Grin (rated "Poor" btw)
Zephyr_Pureon September 13 2008 - 03:17:46
Well, the one that rated Awesome... is either an unfamiliar idiot or pendragon under another alias. The Good... well, we already covered that. No big surprise on the delusional vote there.
ShadyTyranton September 15 2008 - 13:47:35
That was, well POOR!!!:evil:
Uber0non September 15 2008 - 21:29:04
Haha, looks like pendraggon removed his "Awesome" rating Grin
TALSAGIE1on December 14 2008 - 14:59:28
the port 25 doesnt work
dieslow_13on March 01 2011 - 17:02:33
well i liked the star wars thingy
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