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Installing Loic To Perform Denial of service attack in backtrack 5

Written by devendermahto

Low Orbit Ion Cannon (LOIC) is an open source network stress testing and denial-of-service attack application, written in C#. LOIC was initially developed by Praetox Technologies, but was later released into the public domain, and now is hosted on several open source platforms. It’s named after a fictitious weapon from the Command & Conquer series of video games.

write in terminal commands are written in red text:

root@bt:~# aptitude install git-core monodevelop
root@bt:~# mkdir ~loic
root@bt:~# cd ~loic
root@bt:~/~loic#  wget
root@bt:~/~loic# chmod a+x
root@bt:~/~loic# ./ install
root@bt:~/~loic# ./ update
root@bt:~/~loic# ./ run

If not work ./ run,use LOIC.exe run (it is installed in /root/~loic/LOIC/bin/Debug/ )
LOIC.exe run (open with mono-right click and choose mono)
create luncher for loic(right click on desktop and use create luncher)
in type must be application
command is:
/root/~loic/LOIC/bin/Debug/LOIC.exe run
or this command
/root/~loic/ run
add picture
add to panel or desktop

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