Interested in denying someone access to the Internet? Ten dollars provides a very nice DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) platform, featuring one 60-second long attack that can be used as often as needed for an entire month.
For those wanting more, 169 dollars provides the ultimate DDoS, three two-hour long attacks, also rentable by the month.Bewildered by all the different suppliers? This forum reviewed the major cloud-based DDoS platforms, coming up with these favorites.
Notice the slide’s title refers to Booters; the industry calls for-hire DDoS attacks booters when they have an online customer interface. The slide also refers to stressers [sic]. That’s an attempt to align with legitimate businesses that stress-test websites on how well they handle large volumes of incoming traffic.
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