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Anonymous Ddos Tools 2013

Anonymous DDoS Tools: A Brief Overview

The hacktivist group Anonymous is known for launching distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against various targets, such as government websites, corporations, and religious organizations. To carry out these attacks, Anonymous members use various tools that can generate large amounts of traffic and overwhelm the target's servers. In this article, we will review some of the most common DDoS tools used by Anonymous in 2013 and their features.

LOIC-Based Tools

One of the most popular DDoS tools used by Anonymous is the Low Orbit Ion Cannon (LOIC), which was originally developed as a network stress testing tool. LOIC can send TCP, UDP, or HTTP requests to a target with a user-defined frequency and payload. However, LOIC does not hide the attacker's IP address, making it easy to trace back the source of the attack. Therefore, some Anonymous members use proxy servers or VPN services to mask their identity.

There are also several variants of LOIC that have been modified or rebranded by different Anonymous sub-groups. For example, JavaLOIC is a cross-platform tool that has a built-in proxy feature. LOIC-SD is a Portuguese version of LOIC created by a Brazilian hacker group called Script Defenders. LOIC-IFC is an Indonesian version of LOIC created by the Indonesia Fighter Cyber group. NewLOIC is an improved version of LOIC that supports SSL encryption and randomization of headers and messages.

Layer 7 Flooders

Another type of DDoS tool used by Anonymous is the Layer 7 flooder, which targets the application layer of the target's web server. Layer 7 flooders can send HTTP requests to specific URLs or parameters on the target's website, causing high CPU and memory usage. Some Layer 7 flooders also support randomization of headers and messages to bypass hard-coded attack signatures.

Some examples of Layer 7 flooders used by Anonymous are UnKnown DoSer, HOIC (High Orbit Ion Cannon), Tor's Hammer, and R.U.D.Y (R-U-Dead-Yet). UnKnown DoSer is a tool that can send GET or POST requests with random URL, User-Agent, and Content-Length values. HOIC is an upgraded version of LOIC that can launch multiple concurrent HTTP floods with different boosters (scripts that enhance the attack). Tor's Hammer is a tool that can send slow HTTP POST requests using Tor network to evade detection. R.U.D.Y is a tool that can send slow HTTP POST requests with long Content-Length values and keep the connection open as long as possible.


Slowloris is a DDoS tool that exploits a vulnerability in some web servers that allows an attacker to keep many connections open by sending partial HTTP requests at regular intervals. This exhausts the target's resources and prevents legitimate users from accessing the website. Slowloris is a low-bandwidth tool that can be effective with a single machine.

Slowloris was originally written in Perl by Robert Hansen (RSnake) in 2009. It was later ported to other languages, such as Python, Ruby, C#, and PHP. Slowloris was used by Anonymous in several operations, such as Operation Payback and Operation Tunisia.


In this article, we have reviewed some of the most common DDoS tools used by Anonymous in 2013 and their features. These tools vary in their attack methods, capabilities, and evasions. However, they all share a common goal: to disrupt the normal functioning of the target's website or service. DDoS attacks are illegal and unethical, and they can cause serious damage to both the target and the attacker. Therefore, we do not condone or encourage the use of these tools for any malicious purpose. 248dff8e21


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