Monday, 31 March 2014

How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"


How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"


Download :
JeeJee Power v1.0 Source and Shell Checker Click here to download this file

What is a Stresser:

So. You may be this far, but you may not know what a stresser, or "booter" even is. A stresser uses shells or api's to attack a certain location. These will send a certain amount of packets to the desired location, and if it sends enough packets it will force the server, or connection to flood, and simply crash. When a router, or connection/network crashes, that server cannot handle the amount of incoming packets.

Introduction (Sector 1):

Welcome to Sector One of this tutorial. In this stage I will be teaching you the following:

  • How to setup your hosting.
  • How to upload and configure your stresser.

Uploading Your Files (Sector 1):

1. For tutorial purposes I'm simply going to use a hosting website called http://000webhosting.com/ I would not advise using this website, you will not be able to send attacks. They have fsock disabled. As I said, this site is just for tutorial purposes. I would advise getting cheap hosting here at HackForums in the hosting marketplace.

Once you have your hosting, you will want to upload your files that you originally downloaded above. ONLY upload the files within the source folder included in the download. There is no point uploading the banner .PSD etc.

To upload your files download filezilla at http://www.filezilla-project.org/ or use the file manager in your hosting's cPanel.

Uploading and Configuring MySQL Databases (Sector 1):

Once you have your files uploaded. Go into your cPanel and create a MySQL database.

The majority of hosts, if not all will all come with MySQL installed.

Create your database. Remember the information used.

After your database has been created, we now want to edit three files. The three files are below:

Mandatory File Edits (Sector 1):

We need to edit the files so our stresser can connect to the MySQL Database.
  • dbc.php
  • shellcounter.php
  • includes/ezSQL.php ( line 44, 71 and 101 )

dbc.php:

This is self explanatory. At the top you will see the lines below. The lines below explain exactly what to edit. Edit the information within the ' 's. Like I have done below.

PHP Code:
define ("DB_HOST""mysql9.000webhost.com");
// set database hostdefine ("DB_USER""a9162705_xx"); 
// set database userdefine ("DB_PASS","Example1");  
// set database passworddefine ("DB_NAME","a9162705_xx");
// set database name 

Line 1: This is your database host.
Line 2: This is your database username.
Line 3: This is your database password.
Line 4: This is your database name.

If you haven't caught on by now. You need to input all of your MySQL information into those fields.

shellcounter.php:

The top of shellcounter.php will look like this:

PHP Code:
/* START OF CONFIGURATION SECTION */$mysql_username 'a9162705_xx';     
// MySQL User Name$mysql_password 'Example1';   
// MySQL Password$mysql_hostname 'mysql9.000webhost.com';     
// MySQL Host Name$mysql_hostport 3306;
// MySQL Host Port$mysql_database 'a9162705_xx';    
// MySQL Database$mysql_shelltbl 'shellpool';    
// MySQL Table Name (will be created if it does not exist)
 $mysql_stengine 'MyISAM';    
// Preferred MySQL Storage Engine (MyISAM, MRG_MyISAM or InnoDB) 

You will only need to edit the following with your MySQL Database Information:

PHP Code:
$mysql_username 'a9162705_xx';
// MySQL User Namemysql_password 'Example1';   
// MySQL Password$mysql_hostname 'mysql9.000webhost.com';     
// MySQL Host Name$mysql_database 'a9162705_xx';
// MySQL Database 

LEAVE everything else as is. Ports for example, leave them. They're fine.

ezSQL.php:

I would recommend getting Notepad++. Download it at, http://notepad-plus-plus.org/ to navigate line numbers easier. Read above for the lines that need to be edited.

Line 44:

Edit the obvious fields. I've inputted my database information.

PHP Code:
function ezSQL_mysql($dbuser='a9162705_xx'$dbpassword='Example1'
 $dbname='a9162705_xx'$dbhost='mysql9.000webhost.com'

Line 71:

Once again, edit the obvious fields. Look at the $values. It explains it clearly. $dbuser is the database username, and so on. Common sense.

PHP Code:
        function connect($dbuser='a9162705_xx'
 $dbpassword='Example1'$dbhost='mysql9.000webhost.com'

Line 101:

Finally for a short one, line 101, just the database name.

PHP Code:
        function select($dbname='a9162705_xx'

Configuring PhpMyAdmin (Sector 2):

Welcome to Sector 2 of this tutorial. This will teach you how to configure your PhpMyAdmin with your stresser source. Please don't over think this. It may seem overwhelming, but it's incredibly simple.

Your cPanel should have PhpMyAdmin.

Locate the import button located at the top of PhpMyAdmin:

How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"


Once you're in the import menu. Upload the provided .SQL file in the JeeJee Power folder. Like below:

How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"

Then after click "Go" like provided below.

How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"
Then you should get a success message, and the databases should appear on the side.

Accounts (Sector 3):

Welcome to Sector 3 of this tutorial! In this sector we will be learning how to register our account, activate it, and then proceed to give our self administrator rights, and access to the AdminCP.

You will want to locate YOURDOMAIN.com/login.php (Of course replace YOURDOMAIN with your actual domain, as this is just an example).

Creating An Account (Sector 3):

You will now be at the login page like below. (IF you get a MySQL error, you have input your MySQL details to the edited pages incorrectly).



How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"

Click the register button, and register your account.

How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"

Now your account is registered! Congratulations.

We're not done yet!

How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"

Activating Your Account and Making Yourself an Administrator (Sector 3):

Now go back to PhpMyAdmin.

Click the table called 'Users' on the side and then click Browse button at the top, just like when you clicked import.


How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"
You should see your own profile:


How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"

You want to click edit, which is of course the little pencil button.

You need to change the values. Change the user_level value to 5. This will make an you administrator. Then you want to change the approved value from 0 to 1 to approve your account.

Congratulations, your account is now active, and you're an administrator!


How to "Start" or "Make" Your Own "Stresser/Booter"


Accessing the Administrator Control Panel (Sector 3):

To go to the administrator's control panel go to YOURDOMAIN.com/admin.php (Obviously replace YOURDOMAIN.com with your own once again).

From here you can change your booters name, add shells, post new bulletins, read logs, create users, active users and more!

Shells/APi's (Sector 4):

Ok. So you're finished, you want to get going right? Right. Unfortunately, this is the hard part. Well, easy but then again frustrating and can be time consuming.

You need shells or APi's for your booter/stresser to work. Here are your options:
  • Buy shells from people in the HF marketplace.
  • Get your own from pastebin and use a shell checker provided in the downloads.
  • Request free shells, or look for giveaways on HF.
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