Atlantr is a tool to validate login credentials of email accounts via the IMAP protocol. Green threads (Gevent) are used to implement concurrent and asynchronous networking.
python atr3.py -i input.txt -o output.txt -t 1000 -g true
If no optional arguments are provided the default values are used.
|-i||--input||name of input text file||mail_pass.txt|
|-o||--output||name of output text file||mail_pass_valid.txt|
|-t||--threads||number of "threads" used||100|
|-iu||--invunma||log invalid and unmatched accounts||true|
|-g||--grabber||get emails according to the provided imap queries||false|
|-mf||--matchfile||define textfile with imap queries for grabber||matchers.dat|
|-to||--timeout||define timeout for all sockets in seconds||5|
|-r||--resume||resume from line defined in "last_line.log"||false|
|-b||--big||initialize progressbar without starting linecount||false|
|-uh||--unknownhosts||check hardcoded list of subdomains for hosts without settings||true|
|-s||--snap||compress "grabbed" folder at the end as .zip||true|
|-gper||--grabperformance||Grabs but does not save emails||false|
The validation of the credentials is implemented using the IMAP standard library of Python via a SSL connection. The protocoll is not explicitly specified to work concurrently but it seems to work reliable with Gevent. Settings for domains are obtained from hosts.dat.
If the login is successful as is the -g switch is true, IMAP queries obtained from matchers.dat are executed and returned emails are saved in the folder "grabbed". Each credential gets its own textfile which will be appended, even after its restart. Credentials of accounts which have >1 emails returned to the imap query are saved in a textfile and if the -gper wich is true no emails will be saved. In case -s switch is true, the "grabbed" folder will be compressed to a .zip file (however, it will not be deleted) prior to Atlantr termination.
There is no parsing of emails for information supported. Please use an external programm for that!
It is possible to pause and resume at the next start of the script. Just press Ctrl+C and the program will shut down gracefully and write the last line processed into lastline.log. Resume at the next start with the -r true switch.
If no settings are found for a domain, a hardcoded list of subdomains will be used to find a valid imap server.
mail, pop, pop3, imap-mail, inbound, mx, imaps, smtp, me
If there is a valid subdomain found of a domain to establish a connection to an imap server, it will be saved to hoster.dat.
There is no internal functionality for any kind of proxy implemented but it works well with external proxifier programs like "proxychains".
Update and and then install Tor and Proxychains:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install tor sudo apt-get install proxychains
Edit the torrc file to get new ip after 10 seconds:
sudo nano /etc/tor/torrc
Add this line and save to disk:
Check if Proxychains is working:
proxychains curl https://api.ipify.org/tformat=text
The returned ip should be different when proxychains is used!
Start Atlantr like this:
sudo proxychains python atr3.py
Note that Proxychains can be configured to work with Socks5 and other types of proxies. There are good Tutorials to find via Google.
Input texfile example:
[email protected]:password [email protected]:password [email protected]:password
Discriptor is just an internal label. Paratmeters are seperated with |. See more how to use it here: http://php.net/manual/en/function.imap-search.php