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RedEye's Email Checker


The title of this post, pretty much explains the tool's functionality. Redeye's Email Checker is a tool that checks for valid email account logins. Once you load the combo list, namely in the form of email:pass, it compares each entry and if a login combination is found, it will return the result. This particular tool does not have the option to load a proxy list, hence it's good practice to use a VPN whilst cracking.


 
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