DDoSPedia is a glossary that focuses on network and
application security terms with many distributed
definitions. It provides a central place for hard to find web-scattered
definitions on DDoS attacks.
ByteDos is a windows desktop
application. It is a simple, standalone executable file which does not require any special installation on the attacker's PC.
ByteDoS is equipped with embedded IP resolver capabilities that allow this attack tool to resolve IPs from domain names. This DoS tool supports two attack vectors:
, allowing the user to choose which vector to use during the attack.
ByteDos also supports attacks behind Proxy, which enables the attackers to hide their source and identity.
This tool is very common among
supporters, and it becomes very effective when used by many attackers in a well-coordinated DDoS attack.