SMS Bomber

Tuesday, August 10, 2021
A semi complex SMS Bomber. No bugs or errors, that I can find. You may use any email provider that you choose, gmail works the best though. AWS and SMTP2GO work really well too! Now, What do you need to get this program up and running? You will need any phone number! Could be someone you know that you don't like, someone you do know and want to prank, or just a random number! To have the best possible success, it is much better if you know what carrier that the phone number is part of, this is because if you spam the phone number of a carrier, they will not block their own carrier from contacting their own phone number. It works with every carrier and every phone number, it's just to make sure you can have success without interruption when spamming the phone number! Anyways, if you have any suggestions for addons, please feel free to let me know! I do want to some how implement a way to send files and also spoof the actual number. I think that would be a really cool addition. Hopefully in the near future I can develop that! Please Enjoy!

What is Mobile Phone Spam?

Mobile phone spam is a form of spam (unsolicited messages, especially advertising), directed at the text messaging or other communications services of mobile phones or smartphones. As the popularity of mobile phones surged in the early 2000s, frequent users of text messaging began to see an increase in the number of unsolicited (and generally unwanted) commercial advertisements being sent to their telephones through text messaging. This can be particularly annoying for the recipient because, unlike in email, some recipients may be charged a fee for every message received, including spam. Mobile phone spam is generally less pervasive than email spam, where in 2010 around 90% of email is spam. The amount of mobile spam varies widely from region to region. In North America, mobile spam has steadily increased from 2008 ed 2012 and is projected to account for half of all mobile phone traffic in 2019. In parts of Asia up to 30% of messages were spam in 2012.

The lesser and geographically uneven prevalence of mobile phone spam is attributable to geographic variation of prevalence of mobile vs non-mobile electronic communications, the higher cost (to spammers) of and technological barriers to sending mobile messages in some areas, and to law enforcement in others. Today, particularly in North America, most mobile phone spam is sent from mobile devices that have prepaid unlimited messaging rate plans. While the rate plans allow for unlimited messaging, in reality the relatively slow sending rate (on the order of magnitude of 1/s) limits the number of messages that may be sent before an abusing mobile is shut down.