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    Question SET (Something went wrong)

    Hi every one,

    when i start SET (Social Engineering Toolkit) it's show me this lines:
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    What option do you want to use?

    1. Use a GMAIL Account for your email attack.
    2. Use your own server or open relay

    Enter your choice: 1
    Enter your GMAIL email address: ******************@gmail.com
    Enter your password for gmail (it will not be displayed back to you):


    Something went wrong, printing the error: (110, 'Connection timed out')
    root@skull:/pentest/exploits/SET#
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    so may some one can help me.

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    Default Re: SET (Something went wrong)

    Quote Originally Posted by skull2006 View Post
    Hi every one,

    when i start SET (Social Engineering Toolkit) it's show me this lines:
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    What option do you want to use?

    1. Use a GMAIL Account for your email attack.
    2. Use your own server or open relay

    Enter your choice: 1
    Enter your GMAIL email address: ******************@gmail.com
    Enter your password for gmail (it will not be displayed back to you):


    Something went wrong, printing the error: (110, 'Connection timed out')
    root@skull:/pentest/exploits/SET#
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    so may some one can help me.
    That is the first option that shows up once you open SET? Stupid question but do you have the sendmail option in set config on? If not "nano /config/set_config" and change it to on, that could be one possible problem. Other than that i have no ideas sorry but im sure someone else will know whats going on better than i do

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    Default Re: SET (Something went wrong)

    Please give us some more details, did you configure set_config ?
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    Default Re: SET (Something went wrong)

    Quote Originally Posted by sickness View Post
    Please give us some more details, did you configure set_config ?

    Most likely no since the above error will generally result. OP Look at SecManiac.com Blog - Comments on Tutorials
    ReL1K made some nice guides just for you.

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    Default Re: SET (Something went wrong)

    Quote Originally Posted by Archangel-Amael View Post
    Most likely no since the above error will generally result. OP Look at SecManiac.com Blog - Comments on Tutorials
    ReL1K made some nice guides just for you.
    Thank you the problem fix.

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