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MacSmurf Project
Current version: 1.0
Next version release on: ?
Development stage: Final
Supported platforms: MacOS X
Currently working on this project:
- Fire (e-mail)

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MacSmurf uses the broadcast feature in ICMP echo requests (and spoofed packets) to formulate attacks that are seemingly exponential in size based on the size of the attack's "amplification". Example: if you set the Amplification Address to a router that has 500 machines and a 100Mbps connection on it and use MacSmurf to attack a victim having only a 1.5Mbps cable connection while you have a 1.5Mbps cable connection, you could potentially create about 10-50Mbps of traffic between the victim and the 100Mbps network. The victim would have little to no chance of surviving.