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    Default Extract all email addresses from a page?

    I'm working on one of the de-ice.net challenges and was wondering if there is a tool that will download a url and extract all the email addresses out of it? No point in writing one myself if it is already there. I had started writing a pop3 brute force tool, then found hydra (duh!).

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    All of the tools required for those challenges are included on the backtrack cd.

    On another note though
    Anyone writing a webpage that has email addresses on it, would be using simple methods that prevent such a tool from doing this. That is unless they are stupid and want to have spambots harvest their email addresses straight off of the page. You are unlikely nowadays to come across a webpage that has been written by anyone with the least bit of competence that doesn't use obfuscation methods. Anyone who doesn't, deserves to have their email addresses on spam lists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiamakhe View Post
    I'm working on one of the de-ice.net challenges and was wondering if there is a tool that will download a url and extract all the email addresses out of it? No point in writing one myself if it is already there. I had started writing a pop3 brute force tool, then found hydra (duh!).
    hint: goog-mail.py ...but thats only part of the command line directory

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    Yeah, I saw him use it too, but my understanding of how that works is that it actually searches google for all email addresses from a specific domain. I could probably just use the regular expression in there for parsing out an email addy, but what I'm specifcally wanting to do is just to point a script at a single web page, or possibly an entire website, and have it return all the email addresses on that page or site, regardless of the domain.

    I'll take a look at the code and see what it's doing. It's a moot point for what I wanted it for, as there were only like 10 addresses, so I just typed them in by hand. But such a tool could prove useful in the future.

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    I could never get imap to work quite right with commands on that disk.
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