Kali Linux DDOS Attacks tools Slowhttptest, Inviteflood and More. Stressing tools are for DoS attacks and create the stress test for different applications

Kali Linux DDOS Attacks tools Slowhttptest, Inviteflood and More

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Kali Linux DDOS Attacks tools Slowhttptest, Inviteflood and More

 

Kali Linux DDOS Attacks tools Slowhttptest, Inviteflood and More. Stressing tools are used to create DoS attacks or to create the stress test for different applications so as take appropriate measures for the future.

All the Stress testing tools are found in Applications → 02-Vulnerability Analysis → Stress testing.

Vulnerability Analysis

All Stress testing test will be done on metsploitable machine which has IP of 192.168.1.102

Stress Testing

Slowhttptest

Slowhttptest is one of the DoS attacking tools. It especially uses HTTP protocol to connect with the server and to keep the resources busy such as CPU and RAM. Let’s see in detail how to use it and explain its functions.

To open slowhttptest, first open the terminal and type “slowhttptest –parameters”.

You can type “slowhttptest –h” to see all the paramenters that you need to use. In case you receive an output, ‘Command not found’ you have to first type“apt-get install slowhttptest”.

Show Http TestCommand Not Found

Then after installation, again type slowhttptest –h

Slow Headers

Type the following command −

slowhttptest -c 500 -H -g -o outputfile -i 10 -r 200 -t GET –u 
http://192.168.1.202/index.php -x 24 -p 2

Where,

  • (-c 500) = 500 connections
  • (-H) = Slowloris mode
  • -g = Generate statistics
  • -o outputfile = Output file name
  • -i 10 = Use 10 seconds to wait for data
  • -r 200 = 200 connections with -t GET = GET requests
  • -u http://192.168.1.202/index.php = target URL
  • -x 24 = maximum of length of 24 bytes
  • -p 2 = 2-second timeout

Time Seconds

Once the test starts, the output will be as shown in the following screenshot, where you can notice that the service is available.

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Test Starts

After a while, at the 287 connection the service goes down. This means that the server can handle a maximum of 287 HTTP connections.

Connection

Inviteflood

Inviteflood is a SIP/SDP INVITE message flooding over UDP/IP. It executes on a variety of Linux distributions. It carries out DoS (Denial of Service) attacks against SIP devices by sending multiple INVITE requests.

To open Inviteflood, first open the terminal and type “inviteflood –parameters”

For help, you can use “inviteflood –h”

Invite Flood

Next, you can use the following command −

inviteflood eth0 target_extension  target_domain target_ip number_of_packets

Where,

  • target_extension is 2000
  • target_domain is 192.168.x.x
  • target_ip is 192.168.x.x
  • number_of_packets is 1
  • -a is alias of SIP account

Target Execution

Iaxflood

Iaxflood is a VoIP DoS tool. To open it, type “iaxflood sourcename destinationname numpackets” in the terminal.

To know how to use, type “iaxflood –h”

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