How To: DoS Using SlowHTTPTest

DoS Using SlowHTTPTest

Well Welcome Back My Fellow Hackers.

What is Slowhttptest? You may be asking. Slowhttptest is a Application Layer Denial of Service attack aka an attack on HTTP. You can read more about it here and also download it if you don't have Kali Linux.

slowhttptest - Application Layer DoS attack simulator - Google Project Hosting

slowhttptest -   Application Layer DoS attack simulator - Google Project Hosting

Starting Slowhttptest

Official when you first start slowhttptest it will start testing your local host (you don't want to do that if you actually put some arguments with that). So that's what happens when you first start. But when you put arguments with it you don't want it to Dos your local host so don't do that unless your testing.

What Is a Slowloris Attack

Now what you want to do is add arguments with it ( - this and - that). (But before we start to DOS we need to know what type of attack we are doing and what the attack does.) So we are going to do is a slowloris attack. For those who don't know what a slowloris attack is it is an attack on another computer's web server trying to take it down by keeping as many connection as possible open to the target.

Time to DOS

So what we want to do is type slowhttptest -c (the number of connections) -H (The type of attack) -g -o (A custom output file name) -i (pause between follow up data) -r (connections per second) -u (http:// thewebsiteyouwanttouse ).

Ex: slowhttptest -c 1000 -H -g -o my attack -i 10 -r 400 -u
http:// super12.com

What It Should Look Like.

Image via googleusercontent.com

It should look something like that..

Go Get Hacking!

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DoS means denial of service. It is way of denying anyone from connecting to a server or service.

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