ZapAttack is a speedy suite of DoS (Denial of Service) hacking
tools used for "attacking" servers. It also has a
few "informative" tools that can help you get info
on the person you want to attack, etc.
• Mass Connector - allows you to quickly connect
and reconnect to a single address and port, usually overwhelming
the server and stopping further connections. There is also an
"amplify" option which allows you to have a separate
amplifying server on another computer, and then tell it to mass
connect also, thus increasing the power of the attack.
• Port Flooder - allows you to maintain a single
connection to a server, sending data packets over a long period
of time. There is also an "amplify" option which allows
you to have a separate amplifying server on another computer,
and then tell it to flood also, thus increasing the power of
• Multi Flooder - connects to multiple IP addresses
and ports, allowing you to have the effects of the Port Flooder
at many places simultaneously or at one place on many ports
trying to shut down a server computer.
• UDP Flooder - same as the Port Flooder, except
it uses UDP and is therefore capable of much higher speeds.
(note on this at end of file)
• Port Scanner - allows you to scan a single
host and a range of ports for open ports.
• Port Checker - allows you to check a single
host and a single port to see if it's open. Useful if you just
scanned somebody and want to make sure the port is still open
without scanning them all over again.
• IP Resolver - resolves IP addresses or hostnames.
Press Enter with one of the fields selected to convert the IP/hostname.
• ZAAS - ZAAS (the ZapAttack Amplification Server)
is what you put on a computer that you want to help the attack.
There is a regular server which has a log window and runs visibly
and also a hidden server which allows you to plant it on somebody's
computer and make them take part in the attack. ;-) And just
in case you happen to lose the connection with the amplifier
and you aren't able to control the server anymore, ZAAS will
automatically stop any attacks, making sure you have full control
when you reconnect. A word of warning about the ports though:
Even though they accept the Connect Every, Send Every, and Stay
Connected options, they won't apply them. So this means those
values will just be discarded. Also, since Windows doesn't support
bundles, the RunOn file has to be separate from the app, but
still in the same folder. ZAAS is a separate package available