The biggest news by far for the past week or so has been the attacks on WikiLeaks infrastructure after posting tens of thousands of classified cables online in a categorized form. Just a few days ago their DNS provider (EveryDNS) pulled the plug – apparently due to pressure from the US government, and also because [...]
Tag Archive | "distributed denial of service"
DDOSIM simulates several zombie hosts (having random IP addresses) which create full TCP connections to the target server. After completing the connection, DDOSIM starts the conversation with the listening application (e.g. HTTP server). Can be used only in a laboratory environment to test the capacity of the target server to handle application specific DDOS attacks. [...]
Isn’t it amazing in this day and age an entire country can be knocked offline by Denial of Service attacks! You’d have though it wouldn’t happen any more. I do remember the days when it was fairly easy to take one of the smaller ISPs out in UK, so I guess the infrastructure of some [...]