LOIC for ddos

Low Orbit Ion Cannon (LOIC) is an open source network stress testing and denial-of-service attack application, written in C#. LOIC was initially developed by Praetox Technologies, but was later released into the public domain, and now is hosted on several open source platforms.

The software has inspired the creation of an independent JavaScript version called JS LOIC, as well as LOIC-derived web version called Low Orbit Web Cannon. These enable a DoS from a web browser. (Source Wikipedia)

 LOIC basically turns your computer's network connection into a firehose of garbage requests, directed towards a target web server. On its own, one computer rarely generates enough TCP, UDP, or HTTP requests at once to overwhelm a web server—garbage requests can easily ignored while legit requests for web pages are responded to as normal.
But when thousands of users run LOIC at once, the wave of requests become overwhelming, often shutting a web server (or one of its connected machines, like a database server) down completely, or preventing legitimate requests from being answered.
Note: Before trying this program read our disclaimer first.
Tutorial : 
1. Download the software and execute it. lets describe it with a screenshot!
2.  Enter the URL which u wanna attack and click on Lock On.
3.The ip address of that very site will get displayed in the "Selected target" caption. Write this ip address in ip bar as shown above and click Lock On.
4. Select the method and number of threads. 
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And for your clarification you will need at least 100 computers to actually do ANYTHING and its illegal.


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