DDOS
This is another interesting post from Brainslodge where I will be talking about how to perform DDOS Attack using XerXes – The Most powerful DOS tool known, but not as powerful as that of the big guys.

What is DDOS?

A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is an attempt to make an online service unavailable by overwhelming it with traffic from multiple sources.

Xerxes is one of the most powerful private dos tools. This tool was used by The Jester to Hits WikiLeaks Site DoS Attack. Xerxes is a C program and therefore this tutorial is strictly for Linux users because I do not know how to run C programs on Windows.

I assume that we all know how to compile a C program and run it in the terminal.

Open your file editor, paste this simple C Source code

Alternatively, click here to Download XerXes.c

Save it, and remeber to add the .c extension e.g brainslodge.c
Then go to terminal compile it and run it!

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The Command should be like this on Linux.

gcc [PathToXerxes] -o [OutputFile] then

./[OutputFile] [URL] [PORT]

Goodluck.

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