I have a novogara server as well as a few large dedicated servers (on other sites that i’m using to start a vpn co.) and I have been using the novogara server to ensure that my large dedis are secure. I have been using hping3 to send spoofed (–rand-source) and direct attacks with different security settings and scripts running on my dedis. But I want to amplify beyond the limits of my novogara server alone.
I found a DrDos perl attack script as well as a scanner. I ran the scanner but it seemed to find too many ips. For example, I ran :perl scanner.pl
among many others, which seem like local ipv4s instead of actual dns ips.
Will those ips actually work? How many would I need for a strong amplification? Am I doing this right at all>
I am somewhat new to amplification. I am learning C++ right now, that’s why I am using other people’s scripts to pen test.
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- Algo VPN – Set Up a Personal IPSEC VPN in the Cloud This thread needs work, but here is the first draftDownload: https://mega.nz/#!V5wgCI7S!o7K_dIw8H8Zhe...ZI4TJ6TkkkAlgo VPN Algo VPN is a set of Ansible scripts that simplify the setup of a personal IPSEC VPN. It uses the most secure defaults available, works with common cloud providers, and does not require client software on most devices. See our release announcement for more information.FeaturesSupports only IKEv2, with a single cipher suite: AES-GCM, HMAC-SHA2, and P-256 DH Generates Apple profiles to auto-configure iOS and macOS devices Includes helper scripts to add and remove users Blocks ads with a local DNS resolver and HTTP proxy (optional) Sets up limited SSH users for tunneling traffic (optional) Based on current versions of Ubuntu and strongSwan Installs to DigitalOcean, Amazon EC2, Google Compute Engine, Microsoft Azure, or your own serverAnti-featuresDoes not support legacy cipher suites or protocols like L2TP, IKEv1, or RSA Does not install Tor, OpenVPN, or other risky servers Does not depend on the security of TLS Does not require client software on most platforms Does not claim to provide anonymity or censorship avoidance Does not claim to protect you from the FSB, MSS, DGSE, or FSMDeploy the Algo Server The easiest way to get an Algo server running is to let it set up a new virtual machine in the cloud for you.Setup an account on a cloud hosting provider. Algo supports DigitalOcean (most user friendly), Amazon EC2, Google Compute Engine, and Microsoft Azure. Download Algo and unzip it in a convenient location on your local machine. Install Algo's core dependencies. Open the Terminal. The python interpreter you use to deploy Algo must be python2. If you don't know what this means, you're probably fine. cd into the algo-master directory where you unzipped Algo, then run:macOS:Linux (deb-based):Windows:Windows instructions in spoiler (Click to View) Before run Algo, you have to have:Windows 10 (Anniversary update or later version) 64-bit installation (can't run on 32-bit systems) Once you verify your system is 64-bit and up to date, you have to do a few manual steps to enable the 'Windows Subsystem for Linux':Open 'Settings' Click 'Update & Security', then click the 'For developers' option on the left. Toggle the 'Developer mode' option, and accept any warnings Windows pops up. Wait a minute for Windows to install a few things in the background (it will eventually let you know a restart may be required for changes to take effect—ignore that for now). Next, to install the actual Linux Subsystem, you have to jump over to 'Control Panel', and do the following:Click on 'Programs' Click on 'Turn Windows features on or off' Scroll down and check 'Windows Subsystem for Linux (Beta)', and then click OK. The subsystem will be installed, then Windows will require a reboot. Reboot, then open up the start menu and enter 'bash' (to open up 'Bash' installation in a new command prompt). Fill out all the questions (it will have you create a separate user account for the Linux subsystem), and once that's all done (it takes a few minutes to…
- #2 Effective Unit Testing [Series] So, now your writing a little better code. If you haven't read the first part of my tutorial, I suggest you read it now. This tutorial will focus on why unit testing is important, how to make your code testable, and how to write useful tests for your code. Now, if you think unit tests are a waste of time, then I'm assuming you have little to no experience in long term application development. Unit testing is a method of validating your code functionality automatically and meticulously without having to spend your precious time retesting old code because of changes to make sure nothing is broken. Unit testing is a very important part of continuous integration, or ongoing development of an application (which most application life cycles require). Without unit testing, there is no way to assure that the code you are pushing to your code repository (please tell me your using one) still works the way it is intended to. The first thing your going to have to know is some basic OOP principles. Dependency Injection, Method and Property Visibility, and scope of methods/classes are the most important for this subject. Dependency Injection --------------------- Dependency Injection is the act of basically inverting the control of where an object is created for a class. Some classes need to depend on other classes in order to carry out their functionality. However, the classes that are needed should not be initialized inside the class that requires them unless it makes logical sense. Now, a huge challenge is trying to model your code as close to concrete objects as you can so you know how the class should logically handle all its functionality it incases (ie an HttpRequest class should only logically handle data that has to do with HttpRequests, and should never really care about HttpResponses. you know that the requests have a certain set of properties. Requests should be obtaining information from a different source by sending information passed to it. The request should not create the data in itself, because it is only middleware for transferring the information). It's kind of like having a deck builder hand a bucket of nails and a bunch of 2x4's to their client and telling them to create the deck themselves (not the best metaphor, but I'm trying). The client is expecting the deck builder to provide a functioning and finished deck for their house. This can be modeled in PHP code. Builder House Now logically, the house shouldn't be responsible for creating the builder object as it doesn't make sense. The builder is found by the owner, which then brings the builder to the house to complete the job. Think of dependency injection as introducing requirements for a class formally. This can also be achieved informally (kind of like introducing your girlfriend to your wife while in a compromising position) Now, it's essentially the same thing, but remember how I said compromising position? If you ever want to switch out a generic builder…
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