AnDOSid Android

1.1 AnDOSid is an Android application that lets you launch denial of service attacks against any website straight from your very own smartphone or tablet
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A denial of service attack, known by its abbreviation DoS, is an attack on a computer system or network with the intention to make it inaccessible to its legitimate users. It's carried out by launching massive connection requests against a machine that, if not powerful enough, won't be able to answer them correctly, causing the system to overload and collapse.

An app to launch denial of service attacks

This is a resource that is usually used as a sabotage method, therefore, the owner of a website or any other online resource may find it useful to know if his servers would be capable of supporting an attack of this kind. In this sense, AnDOSid is an app to audit the security of a website: it can launch a DoS attack against the web of our choice.

These are its main features:

  • Launch DoS attacks with a single click.
  • Fast and efficient.
  • 100% safe if used ethically.
  • User-friendly device.

And remember that it's a tool conceived for security admins so forget about using it to try to sabotage anything...

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 2.2.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
Antony Peel
Antony Peel
Scott Herbert
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