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Top 25 Booters - The Best Booter & IP Stresser of 2014
11-15-2014, 04:56 AM
Post: #1
Top 25 Booters - The Best Booter & IP Stresser of 2014
Top 25 Booters - The Best Booter & IP Stresser of 2014


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Ip Stresser

What is a booter, ip stresser, ddoser, ddos tool or ddos program?

A booter or a ip stresser is a mostly web based attack service that rents out access to the owners server for a low, and usually monthly fee. The words "booter, stresser, ddoser, ip stresser, ddos tool and ddos program" all mean the same thing and can be used interchangeably. It all depends on your word choice or in my case what sounds the best in the sentence i'm writing. If i change up the words throughout this article just understand they are all the same thing.

What is DDos?

DDos stands for "distributed denial of service" and what that means is that it is an attack from multiple machines, be it from a botnet with hundreds of infected computers or a web based ip stresser with multiple dedicated servers. There are many different methods with ddos attack power that can range from 1gbps to 200gbps depending on a variety of factors. Most ip stressers these days average at around 20gbps. Of course there are some booters that are much better than the rest.


How to DDos an IP?

To DDos an ip address you will need to buy a botnet or a booter. Botnets are generally expensive and require a lot of work to sustain but the ddos power is far greater than a ip stresser. Booters are generally cheap and allow customers to ddos with little to no experience. The reason booters are so cheap is because customers share access to the owners servers instead of buying their own which can be pricey. To DDos an ip you will need to know basic information on how it works such as what port to use and the websites/Skype accounts ip address. There are many tools to find a websites ip my personal favorite is Network-tools, they have many tools to help you gain information about your target. For Skype accounts, again, there are many tools to choose from my favorite is iSkypeResolve. After you get the ip address the rest is easy peasy, just enter the information and hit launch!

How did i choose the ip stressers on this list?

I chose the ip stresser's on this list from a variety of factors, including ddos power, sustainability, up time of servers, age of the booter, staff/customer interaction and available methods. I have been using stressers for years and have spent a large chunk of change on them in that time. A lot of good ddosers have come and gone, sometimes they only last a month leaving their customers feeling cheated. Some of them are great one day and the owner stops working on it and it dies. This top booter list will only have online ddos (no programs or putty booter etc), each site has been up for over a year and each site has had stable power for over 6 months. Every stresser on this list i have personally used and vouch for.



The Top 25 Booters of 2014

#1 - Network Stresser - http://networkstresser.com
#2 - Booter Box - http://booterbox.com
#3 - Critical Booter - https://critical-boot.com
#4 - You Booter LLC - https://youboot.net
#5 - Poly Stresser - http://polystress.com
#6 - Booter.org - https://booter.org
#7 - Data Booter - http://databooter.com
#8 - insta Booter - http://instabooter.com
#9 - Exo Stresser - http://exostress.in
#10 - Best Stresser - http://beststresser.com
#11 - IP Stresser - http://ipstresser.com
#12 - Haze IP Booter - http://hazebooter.com
#13 - Ion Booter - http://ionbooter.com
#14 - Ebola IP Stresser - http://ebolastresser.com
#15 - IP Stress Test - http://ipstresstest.com
#16 - Rage Booter - http://ragebooter.net
#17 - Quantum Booter - http://quantumbooter.net
#18 - Is It Down Yet Booter - http://isitdownyet.com
#19 - Stressed PW - http://stressed.pw
#20 - Horny Stresser - http://hornystress.me
#21 - Omega Stresser - http://omegastresser.com
#22 - iDDos Booter - http://iddos.net
#23 - K Stresser - http://k-stress.pw
#24 - Specialist Stresser - http://specialistsservers.tk
#25 - Cyber Stresser - http://cyber-sst.com


How to DDos attack using an IP Stresser? (Step by Step Guide)

For our guide i will be using the best booter of 2016 as my example; however most booters use the same type of system so this guide can be applied to all booters on the market.

Register and login on the IP Stresser

To get started click "New Account?" which will bring you to the ip Stresserr register page. Once there just fill in your information and you will be directed to the login page.

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Purchasing an ip stresser plan

After you login you will be brought to the purchase page. Choose your plan and payment method and click the button.

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Paying with Paypal

Due to Paypal's policy not allowing booter sites, many sites resort to a number of ways to get around Paypal's detection. Network ip stresser for example has you add a staff member on Skype and sends you the email to pay. Some sites will redirect you to an external website to pay and some will have you pay for a phony product. Whatever the method is at the moment it is the only way to accept Paypal.

Accessing the hub and sending an attack via and IP Stresser

After you pay and once your activated you will be given access to the rest of the website. Some call the main page "Hub" or "Dashboard", whatever the owner decides to call it, this is where we send our attacks.

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Target: IP of the victim.
Port: Leave this at 80 unless you know what you're doing.
Time: Enter the length of your attack.
Method: Your attack method (i will explain each method below).
Captcha: This is to stop people spamming attacks.
Terms of Service: This is the owner covering his/her ass.
Launch Attack: Hit that button and start your ddos!!!

Using the tools of an IP Stresser

Most online ddos platforms have a variety of tools such as Skype resolvers and Cloudflare resolvers. I will also add in some external tools in another topic that i prefer to use, as most of the time they are generally better than the built in ones that are provided.

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Cloudflare Resolver: Resolves a sites ip address behind Cloudflare.
Skype Resolver: Resolves a Skype usernames and returns the users ip address.
Domain Resolver: Resolves the domain name to get the ip address to the web server.
IP Logger: A link that when clicked will grab the ip address of the person who clicked it.
Friends & Enemies: A organizational tool to keep track of ip addresses.
Geolocation: Returns the city/state/country of where the ip address is from.
Ping: Checks to see if the ip address is online.

External tools

This section is for all the tools and products that go well with booters.

Anonymous VPNs - http://citadelvpn.com
- The best VPN i have ever used. You should always stay anonymous while online and so far Anonymous VPN's delivers everything you could want.

Network-Tools - http://network-tools.com
- I honestly enjoy this site, and it is a must for anyone who ddos'. Network-Tools can give you so much information about an ip or website and it really helps to check an ip before hitting it.

iSkypeResolve - http://iskyperesolve.com
- One of my favorite Skype resolvers. It very rarely does not work and comes with some extra tools as well.

HFresolver - http://hfresolver.com
- Another good resolver with a lot of tools.


DDos attack methods explained on an IP Stresser

There are 2 main types of ddos; layer 4 and layer 7. Layer 4 is your basic type of UDP or SYN attack and it works by exploiting the TCP connection. Layer 4 attacks are useful against unprotected web servers and home connections, basically anything that isn't using some form of ddos protection such as Cloudflare or Hyperfilter. Layer 4 attack power can range from 10mbps to 200gbps depending on the method used, the power of the server, and how fresh the amplification list is. Layer 4 attacks are somewhat easy to detect, but that does not mean they can't take down a ddos protected server.

Layer 7 or application layer attack is much harder to differentiate from legitimate traffic which is why it can pass right through services like Cloudflare and Incapulsa. A layer 7 attack such a HTTP GET basically connects to the server and requests a large amount of files and causes the server to crash from lack of resources. Layer 7 attacks can easily take down protected servers if they are setup correctly.

Layer 4 attack methods on an Ip stresser

UDP/UDP-Lag
- This is a pretty basic attack and is on all stressers. It sends a large number of UDP packets to the victim until it is overloaded. UDP-Lag attacks in bursts as to not hit the target offline completely.

SUDP
- This attack is the same as UDP but spoofs the requests to make it harder to mitigate.

SYN/SSYN/ESSYN
- These attacks are group because they all generally do the same thing. These attacks abuse the 3 way hand shake of the TCP protocol until the victim is overloaded.

DNS/NTP/CHARGEN/SNMP
- These attacks are an amplified UDP attack that abuses vulnerable servers by sending a spoofed request with the targets ip as the sender. The servers then send the target the information overloading the system. These attacks can range from 10gbps - 300gbps depending on many factors.

Layer 7 attack methods

XMLRPC
- This attack uses vulnerable Wordpress sites to send a massive attack.

HTTP GET/HTTP POST/HTTP HEAD
- These attacks complete the TCP 3 way handshake and then start requesting large files until the servers resources are maxed out.

SLOWLORIS
- This attack works mainly against Apache web servers by keeping a massive amount of connections open for so long that the server can no longer handle anymore legitimate traffic.

Ports explained

Ports are traffic lanes for the internet. Having a port open is telling the internet that things can use that road to get to you. As far as ddos goes, ports allow the attacker to send attacks through those traffic lanes until nor more traffic can be handled. A general rule of thumb is; if your attacking something and you don't know what port you should use, use port 80 as it is the default internet port and just about everything has that port open.

Port 80
- Default internet port. Home connections and web servers will almost always have this port open.

Port 21
- Default FTP port. Web servers only, port 21 is used to upload files.

Port 25
- Deafult SMTP port. This port is for web servers mail.

Port 53
- Default DNS port. Mainly for web servers but can work on home connections.

Port 3306
- Default MySQL port. Can be used to cause database connection errors on web servers.

Port 3074
- Default port for Xbox Live. If 80 doesn't work and your target is on Xbox Live try this.


Conclusion

Thank you for reading this extremely long thread about all things booter. I may add more or break it up another time, but for now...le fin. I hope your enjoyed and learned a thing or two about what a booter is. Don't forget to register to Hackbulletin and share some of your knowledge with the community!
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12-27-2014, 03:48 AM
Post: #2
RE: Top 25 Booters - The Best Booter & IP Stresser of 2014
Also Strong stresser is a Powerful Booter !
A Special Attacks for the website uses CloudFlare Service On Layer7.
A Special Attacks to OVH Servers On Layer 4.
http://strong-stresser.com/
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12-28-2014, 06:18 AM
Post: #3
RE: Top 25 Booters - The Best Booter & IP Stresser of 2014
(12-27-2014 03:48 AM)jo lanar Wrote:  Also Strong stresser is a Powerful Booter !
A Special Attacks for the website uses CloudFlare Service On Layer7.
A Special Attacks to OVH Servers On Layer 4.
http://strong-stresser.com/

Thanks for your input brother ill check it out soon and see if its as good as you say.
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06-23-2015, 04:51 PM
Post: #4
RE: Top 25 Booters - The Best Booter & IP Stresser of 2014
Seems like a reliable source of booters, nice thread! I am actually lookiing for a new booter and I chose network stresser, very high gbps.

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07-14-2015, 07:32 PM
Post: #5
RE: Top 25 Booters - The Best Booter & IP Stresser of 2014
(06-23-2015 04:51 PM)RECWizard Wrote:  Seems like a reliable source of booters, nice thread! I am actually lookiing for a new booter and I chose network stresser, very high gbps.

I was using NetworkStresser, It really works well. Thanks for the list!
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01-27-2016, 05:34 PM (This post was last modified: 01-27-2016 05:35 PM by VenomX.)
Post: #6
RE: Top 25 Booters - The Best Booter & IP Stresser of 2014
https://thunderstresser.com

Best ip stresser you ever used or your money back Wink
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