SrBM – Open-Source DDOS Tool With Proxy-Grabber
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pls like Heart

WHAT DOSE THIS PROGRAM DO?
It allows you to DDOS and it grabs proxies for you (+4k socks4|5 proxies) It’s designed to be a simple straight-forward python script that gets the job done
SrBM stands for Short-range Ballistic Missiles (similar to LOIC and HOIC lol)
it also can send POST and GET with custom JSON data, it supports multi-threading and user-agent randomization
NOTE: if the tool errors on startup be sure to install ‘requests’ and ‘pysocks’ python modules via pip (pip install requests pysocks)
Be sure to edit the first lines in code with the site URL and requests type

mega.nz link!
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ok bro thanks
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(09-28-2020, 01:32 AM)A1pha Wrote: pls like Heart

WHAT DOSE THIS PROGRAM DO?
It allows you to DDOS and it grabs proxies for you (+4k socks4|5 proxies) It’s designed to be a simple straight-forward python script that gets the job done
SrBM stands for Short-range Ballistic Missiles (similar to LOIC and HOIC lol)
it also can send POST and GET with custom JSON data, it supports multi-threading and user-agent randomization
NOTE: if the tool errors on startup be sure to install ‘requests’ and ‘pysocks’ python modules via pip (pip install requests pysocks)
Be sure to edit the first lines in code with the site URL and requests type

mega.nz link!
thanks ig
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ok thank you
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(09-28-2020, 01:32 AM)A1pha Wrote: pls like Heart

WHAT DOSE THIS PROGRAM DO?
It allows you to DDOS and it grabs proxies for you (+4k socks4|5 proxies) It’s designed to be a simple straight-forward python script that gets the job done
SrBM stands for Short-range Ballistic Missiles (similar to LOIC and HOIC lol)
it also can send POST and GET with custom JSON data, it supports multi-threading and user-agent randomization
NOTE: if the tool errors on startup be sure to install ‘requests’ and ‘pysocks’ python modules via pip (pip install requests pysocks)
Be sure to edit the first lines in code with the site URL and requests type

mega.nz link!
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