DDoS: distributed denial-of-service
On the Internet, a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is one in which a multitude
of compromised systems attack a single target, thereby causing denial of service for users
of the targeted system. The flood of incoming messages to the target system essentially
forces it to shut down, thereby denying service to the system to legitimate users.
You can launch a DDoS attack by installing .vddos viruses at your slaves, and then launch
a DDoS attack at the slaves page. You will need at least 5 DDoS slaves to launch the
Required software: a .rddos program
What does the DDoS do?
The DDoS can damage the target's cpu, connection and harddrive size.
A DDoS with a power of 1.0/10+ slaves will damage the target's cpu.
A DDoS with a power of 4.0/10+ will also damage the target's connection.
A DDoS with a power of 5.0/10+ will also damage the target's harddrive and can wipe out files.
Watch out !
After an DDoS is launched the logfiles of all the DDoS slaves contain your IP.
And the target PC will contain logs about the DDoS slaves.
24-10-2006 16:22 [!! a DDoS attack from 150.999.999.226, hardware was damaged !!] (victim's logs)
01-01-2007 04:35 [your ip here] launched a DDoS attack via [localhost] to [victim's ip here]
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