LOIC Download – Low Orbit Ion Cannon DDoS Booter

LOIC Download – Low Orbit Ion Cannon DDoS Booter

LOIC Download below – Low Orbit Ion Cannon is an Open Source Stress Testing and Denial of Service (DoS or DDoS) attack application written in C#.

It’s an interesting tool in that it’s often used in what are usually classified as political cyber-terrorist attacks against large capitalistic organisations. The hivemind version gives average non-technical users a way to give their bandwidth as a way of supporting a cause they agree with.

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Mirai DDoS Malware Source Code Leaked

So there’s been some HUGE DDoS attacks going on lately, up to 620Gbps and the Mirai DDoS Malware has been fingered – with the source code also being leaked. It’s spreading like wildfire too, and the scariest thought? All that was really needed to construct it was a telnet scanner and a list of default […] The post Mirai DDoS Malware Source...

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Two Israeli Men Arrested For Running VDoS-s.com DDoS Service

DDoS or Booter services have been around for a while, but VDoS-s.com was a particularly slick (and shameless) one with a content marketing strategy and active social media accounts. Two Israeli men were arrested for running the service after ironically being hacked by a security researcher. They called their service a ‘Stresser’ and claimed to...

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Beware of the text message that crashes iPhones

There's yet another iOS bug that causes Apple devices to crash when they receive text messages containing a string of special characters. With further finessing, the same exploit may be able to attack Macs, since OS X is also unable to process the same combination of characters, which are technically known as glyphs.

The menacing combination of ASCII and unicode-based characters looks like this:

According to people investigating the bug on reddit, the text causes iPhones running multiple versions of iOS to promptly crash. A flurry of Twitter users, angry that their devices fell victim to text messages, indicates that the bug is causing problems. Apple will almost certainly issue a fix. In the meantime, users can protect themselves against the nuisance text by going to system settings, navigating to Notifications>Messages>Show Previews, and turning it to off.

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