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Mobile LOIC is the online web version of LOIC. It is
few options and is limited to conducting HTTP floods. Unlike its PC counterpart,
Mobile LOIC does not support more complex options, like randomization of URLs
and remote control by IRC botnets (“the Hive”).
Mobile LOIC is flexible
because it can run on various browsers and be accessed remotely. Typically,
attack organizers post a URL for the website hosting the page and invite others
to use the tool to attack the specified target. Since only a web browser is
required, an attacker can use a smartphone to generate an attack.
Offering extremely simple operation, Mobile LOIC has only three configuration
Recently, a new variant of the Mobile LOIC was detected,
which incorporates several techniques to bypass detection and provide greater
redundancy. These include: