Cracker's Tutorial: How To Do DDOS Attack using Kali Linux?

Cracker's Tutorial: How To Do DDOS Attack using Kali Linux?-crackitdown

In this cruel world, all of us think about taking revenge on our enemy. In the real world we use armor or other ways to take revenge but in the virtual world of internet, hackers use the DDOS attack to take revenge on someone. Before beginning the tutorial lets know a little about the DDOS attack.

A Little About The DDOS Attack:

At the first, the DDOS attack was used in penetration testing where the pentesters used this technique for stress testing of the website, to test the capacity of a website that how much traffic it can take.

 The Anonymous first introduced it as an attack and started using it for taking revenge and named it Distributed Denial Of Service Attack. Now many hackers use this attack for taking revenge or other reason.

See for more: What Is DDOS Attack? What Is Botnets? | Explained Briefly|

About The Tool To Do DDOS Attack:

There are many tools available on the internet but in this tutorial, we're gonna use a tool called pentmenu. The reason for selecting this tool is, it is easier to use than other tools and this makes it a better tool for beginners. 

This tool provides an ordered menu for network recon and DDOS attack. Many modules are available for both network recon and DDOS attack.

So, let's begin the tutorial.

Step 1:

Download/clone and install the tool from GitHub. The link is given below.

GitHub - GinjaChris/pentmenu: A bash script for recon and DOS attacks

 To clone the tool using the terminal on your Kali Linux machine, type the command git clone 'copied urlwithout the commas. If you didn't specify the path then it will by default download in the root directory. 

To download the file on the desktop, simply type cd Desktop and hit enter, then clone the file.


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(ex: git clone https://github.com/GinjaChris/pentmenu.git)

Step 2:

Now type ls and hit enter to expand the file on the terminal. Here you will see a script named pentmenu. Now type ./pentmenu and hit enter to execute the script.


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If you are installing the file using root account then its color will be yellow and if you are not using account then its color will be same as the terminal default color. In this case, you have to give root access to the tool. To give root access give the  command 

sudo pentmenu



Step 3:

After executing the script you will see options for recon and dos. Choose the dos and hit enter.


Cracker's Tutorial: How To Do DDOS Attack using Kali Linux?-crackitdown


Now you will see many options for dos attack. Here we're gonna use slowloris attack. Now it will ask the target address. Type the website URL and hit enter. It will start sending payloads to the target site.


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Congrats you've successfully taken revenge!

How To Stop DDOS Attack On A Website:

Those who were attacked by this technique they might want to know how to protect their website from DDOS attack and also you hackers should know this. Here we're gonna talk about a service that offers both free and paid.
Cracker's Tutorial: How To Do DDOS Attack using Kali Linux?-crackitdown

 You might know about Cloudflare. This service prevents the hackers from doing DDOS attack and protects websites from malicious traffic. You can purchase the paid for more features. 
Warning: Don't try it on other's property. This might get you caught. Hacking anything without the owner's permission is purely illegal. Do practical on your own property. This tutorial is only for educational purpose, we're not responsible for any kind of damages.

              If you are facing any problem using this tool or installing this tool, feel free to comment us below about your problem. Our team is always here for you.
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