It is mandatory that an autobaiter be able to deal with an
indefinite number of account names, potentially with different
characters and scenarios. The way this handled here is to assign
different email accounts to different scenarios. In that way the
incoming mail will be segregated into separate inboxes.
A baiting mode is a
collection including the specific scenario file, keyword file, history
files, email inbox etc. that is to be used in a specific bait.
The mode is chosen using a front end dialog box that allows the
user to choose which inbox and data files to
use. Currently the system does not have a totally friendly way of
entering the information about the mode. It is now done by
bringing up a text file and editing it.
Debugging modes. In
any SMTP mail program, different folders can be defined besides the
usual inboxs. One way of segregating mail for test
runs is to copy lottery scams, for example, into a separate folder and
have the autobaiter focus on those while the user tunes up the social
engineering on that particular type of scam, while sending the mail
harmlessly to a specific email account that the baiter owns, or a dead
There is a lot of versatility in handling various modes, but the
documentation for that will be forthcoming.