HTTP Flood Denial of Service (DoS) Testing Tool for Windows

For testing purposes only

  • DoSHTTP is an easy to use and powerful HTTP Flood Denial of Service (DoS)
    Testing Tool for Windows. DoSHTTP includes URL Verification, HTTP Redirection,
    Port Designation, Performance Monitoring and Enhanced Reporting.

  • DoSHTTP uses multiple asynchronous sockets to perform an effective HTTP
    Flood. DoSHTTP can be used simultaneously on multiple clients to emulate a
    Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack.

  • DoSHTTP can help IT Professionals test web server performance and evaluate
    web server protection software. DoSHTTP was developed by certified IT Security
    and Software Development professionals.

Features

  • Easy to use and powerful HTTP Flood Denial of Service (DoS) Testing Tool
  • Uses multiple asynchronous sockets to perform an effective HTTP Flood
  • Allows multiple clients to emulate a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attack
  • Allows target port designation within the URL [http://host:port/]
  • Supports HTTP Redirection for automatic page redirection (optional)
  • Includes URL Verification that displays the response header and document
  • Includes Performance Monitoring and Enhanced Reporting
  • Allows customized User Agent header fields
  • Allows user defined Socket and Request settings
  • Supports numeric addressing for Target URLs
  • Includes a comprehensive User Guide
  • Clear Target URLs and Reset All options
  • Now supports 15,000 simultaneous connections

For testing purposes only

 

One thought on “HTTP Flood Denial of Service (DoS) Testing Tool for Windows

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