I like you Mabus, we seem to think alike... and as such, I shall point you to what you wish to have.
You can post on forums on the internet without a Username or Login of any kind. These forums are referred to as alt. forums.
They are referred to as such because the majority of them begin with alt... alt.topic.location.etc
Have a look at this walkthrough.
Method #2 would be more up your alley.
Yes, you are using an e-mail address to log in... but the e-mail address is not listed, and the humorous part is, hotmail lets you create absolutely
fake e-mail addresses.
In the early days of my internet use, Alt newsgroups (also called UseNet back then), were free, anonymous, and could be accessed easier than any IRC
or BBS network... of which IRC I will get to in a moment.
Shhh... not many know of this, so keep it to the ATS crew. This stems from the old days of using e-mail... back when there were no e-mail readers.
First, you will need to know your ISP's SMTP server name. If you want it without them knowing what you are about to do with it... just have them walk
you through setting up your legal e-mail account... they have to give it to you during this so you can send e-mail.
For example use, I will be using XXXXX to cover up my ISP's smtp server name.
Now that you have that... in windows :
Click START > RUN > type CMD > hit [ENTER]
or just click on the command prompt in your applications menu.
Now, on that command prompt (black screen, white writing) type
TELNET smtp.XXXXX.com 25 (Hit enter)
it will drop to the next line... type
HELO XXXXX.com (Hit enter)
again, it will drop to a new line... type
MAIL FROM: anonymous@XXXXX.com (hit enter)
it may or may not say "250 OK", regardless type
RCPT TO: email@example.com (hit enter)
again, you may or may not get a "250 OK"... now type
DATA (hit enter)
Now type out your message. When done, hit the period key on a line by itself and hit enter again.
You can type QUIT now, or just close the window.
The command prompt should look something like this:
C:>TELNET smtp.xxxxx.com 25
MAIL FROM: firstname.lastname@example.org
RCPT TO: email@example.com
Hello someguy, I am writing to inform you that you haven't got a clue who I am.
If you get any errors, you likely typed the server name wrong. Look up TELNET SMTP on Google for more information on this method.
I must urge you not to over-use this method, nor to spam people with it. Though you are anonymous to your recipient... your ISP knows who you are, and
if there are enough complaints they will be watching for this kind of activity to call you on your spam.
Nobody likes spam.
As for using it for personal use, it's perfectly legal, in fact, your e-mail program actually does the above automatically... thats actually what
it's saying to the server when you send mail.
This also comes from the days of old... however, surprisingly, not only have the IRC networks stuck around... they are MUCH bigger than they've ever
If you're using windows, get Mirc... look it up online.
MIRC stands for Microsoft Internet Relay Chat. Not surprisingly, IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat... duh.
There are millions of IRC networks out there... one of the most popular is dalnet.
At any given time, there are quite literally hundreds of thousands of people on IRC lines talking about a wide variety of subjects, anything from
engine repair, to restoring the nazi regime... yes I saw them on there, and no I didn't stick around.
If the buttons in MIRC frustrate you, there are countless guides online on how to use IRC networks. Just Google "IRC Chatting" you'll find
The internet hasn't really become less anonymous... it's just had a whole load of crap added on top of it that does require you to leave a trail.
The real internet, the old anonymous internet, is still there... and nobody can deny you use.
Again, please, use these things for legal uses. Nobody likes a spammer, and nobody likes people acting like twats on the internet because they're
anonymous. To the real hackers, you are NEVER anonymous.