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.
Online LOIC (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, Online LOIC has only three configuration parameters:
Recently, a new variant of this DDoS tool was detected, which incorporates several techniques to bypass detection and provide greater redundancy. These include: