GeneralHow do I use the site?
A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack occurs when a group of systems flood a server with fraudulent traffic.
Eventually, the server is overwhelmed, causing it to either go down, or become unresponsive, even to legitimate requests. DDoS attacks achieve effectiveness by utilizing multiple compromised computer systems as sources of attack traffic.Exploited machines can include computers and other networked resources such as IoT devices.
In a DoS attack, it’s one system that is sending the malicious data or requests; a DDoS attack comes from multiple systems.
Generally, these attacks work by drowning a system with requests for data. This could be sending a web server so many requests to serve a page that it crashes under the demand, or it could be a database being hit with a high volume of queries.
The result is available internet bandwidth, CPU and RAM capacity becomes overwhelmed.
An IP Stresser is an on-demand DDoS (Distributed-Denial-of-Service) attack services tool.
It mainly used in an online panel which will let you "stress" or "boot" in order to determine whether the existing resources (bandwidth, CPU, etc.) are sufficient to handle additional load.
The main idea of the tool is
to flood with heavy traffic (the type of traffic you
choose) against a network or server and test it for
We have the most advanced methods in the market (many of them developed by us) so you can enjoy a really powerful and affordable IP Stresser.
An example would be sending thousands of requests for a certain webpage per second until the server is overwhelmed and cannot respond to all of the requests.
Another example would be calling an API over and over until the service crashes. Typically, layer 7 DDoS attacks are more complex than other kinds of DDoS attacks
KnowledgebaseHow to make my attacks work better?
- In Target URL: https://example.com/?username=%RAND%&password=%RAND%;
- In HTTP POST body: username=%RAND%&password=%RAND%
Exact power may fluctuate due to multiple factors, such as current load on the servers, the method in use and more.Guaranteed power Per Concurrent:
- minimum of 350k pps Or 5Gbps per Layer 4 concurrent.
- minimum of 1000 rqps Per Layer 7 concurrent
In general you would expect 15-20Gbps per layer 4 concurrent, and 2000-3000 rqps of full HTTP requests, which produce much high load on webserver, causing it and his resources to saturate, unlike the `HTTP-SOCKET` Method, which wil have higher rqps (no real load), though easier to filter and to mitigate and doesn't produce real load on the webserver.*Power for each concurrent is dedicated (for example, 5 concurrents deliver 5 times more pps/rqps than 1).*