Forum Thread: Ddos Attacks Don't Seem to Work?

Ddos Attacks Don't Seem to Work?

Hi everyone, I've been curious for a while why my ddos attack attempts never work. I'm sure i'm doing them right, but I never get enough power to do anything good. I've tried attacks like DNS amlification, UDP flood, TCP flood, etc. Any suggestions? (White Hat purposes)

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The_Unknown.

Well who are you ddosing? What's your upload speed? And I think you mean dosing not ddosing. ddosing is multiple computers attacking something dos is just you. If you're doing it by yourself and don't have a good upload speed I doubt you'd be able to take down the ip

DDoS stands for Distributed Denial of Service, which is much more powerful (usually) than using just one machine. It could be working the way you intended it to, but the server may just be handling the packets easily.

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