Sms – A Simple Command Line Tool Using Which You Can Skip Phone Number Based SMS Verification By Using A Temporary Phone Number That Acts Like A Proxy

A simple command line tool using which you can skip phone number based SMS verification by using a temporary phone number that acts like a proxy.

Note-1: This is just an experimental tool, do not use this in any banking transactions. Unethical use of this tool is strictly not encouraged.”

Note-2: The tool uses upmasked, A Eurpoean service provider, data will be stored on their servers, make sure you agree to EU Data governance laws and GDPR. I recommend you not to use this for any personal transaction which reveals your identity.



  • Go programming language – 1.15+

To build:

The build process is simple, it is just like building any other Go module. Follow the steps below:

export GOBIN=$PWD/bin
go install

This will build the binary and place it in bin/. You can also consider using the pre-built binary which is available under bin/

Steps to use:

  1. Register a number in local DB: You can register a number by selecting one of the available numbers as shown below.
  1. Get the messages from any registered number: You can select a number which was saved in step-1 and view its messages as a list. The tool will also save the dump as json in the format ${PWD}/selected-phone-number.json. As shown below:
  1. Optionally, you can choose to delete the rembered numbers or list them.


The similar tool is also available in pure shell script. Check this out.


The tool is very simple and I don’t think there is any major feature missing. But I would welcome any kind of suggestion, enhancements or a bug-fix from the community. Please open an issue to discuss or directly make a PR!!

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