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Source: News.com - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Network Security This News.com article points to a paper on PacketStorm written by Mixter, the purported author of the TFN and TFN2K distributed denial of service attack tools. "Three new versions, called Fapi, Shaft and Trank, are disclosed in a paper . . . This News.com article points to a paper on PacketStorm written by Mixter, the purported author of the TFN and TFN2K distributed denial of service attack tools. "Three new versions, called Fapi, Shaft and Trank, are disclosed in a paper published today by the programmer known as "Mixter" at Packet Storm, a site that publishes malicious software so security professionals can scrutinize it. Mixter is the purported author of a similar attack tool, Tribe Flood network, and its sequel, TFN2K."

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hWritten by jk on 2006-08-03 13:38:15
hello how r u
DDoSWritten by kiruba on 2006-10-08 06:31:04
i want the window version of DDoS attacktools. send to my mailid 
 
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Please contect me!Written by hong on 2007-10-18 12:12:46
I want this tool please mail me! my mail address is hong5058@hotmail.com
AGMWritten by Anand Gupte on 2009-03-27 01:55:01
Request you to send these tools since we are wanting to check our internal web sites and app servers for their behaviours
send that tool Written by please on 2009-03-31 13:48:05
please send me that tool ..my mail is white6572@nate.com
get lostWritten by you know me on 2009-04-26 15:16:43
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