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Bog is a slow HTTP denial-of-service tool that works similarly to other attacks, but rather than leveraging request headers or POST data Bog consumes sockets by slowly reading responses.
Take it for a spin and see what it is capable of!

apt-get install python-requests python-pysocks python-chardet

If you have already installed these packages, you can skip the installation part.

apt-get remove python-chardet python-pysocks python-requests

Newer versions of python-requests require using pip:
pip install -U requests

Usage: Bog [args]

-h –help display this help message and exit
-o write output to a file named
-b for http or https, set the max data size to (default: 50MB)
-n for http or https, set the packet size to (default: 200KB)
-s use a specific socket mode (://)
-r configure a site for Bog, i.e. add to the HOSTS file
-c configure a site for Bog, i.e. add to the HOSTS file
-s set the socket socket type ( or )

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All scripts are required to have enabled scripting support on the server.

Usage: bog [OPTION]…

Version: 1.0
License: MIT
Author: sinn3r
Architecture: noarch
OS: all
Status: noarch
Attack Scenarios:
boondocks, web-exploitation, sqli, xss, xss-info, social-engineering, password brute-forcing,
Service: http, pop3, imap4, smtp, smb, nntp
Port: all

Socket Connections:
POP3: 0
IMAP4: 0
AIM: 0
IRC: 0
HTTP Bog to use sockets for attack connection:

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This is a slow HTTP Denial-of-Service (DoS) tool that works similarly to other types of denial-of-service attacks. However, it targets Web servers directly, rather than leveraging request headers or POST data. To achieve its slow dosing of a server, Bog (aka bob) instead consumes available network sockets, or available resources on the server. The malware makes HTTP requests (with random sizes) on port 80 and consumes sockets by reading responses, and doing things like processing the response or store the TCP/IP header information for each request. The good news is that Bog only consumes sockets by sending messages of 16kb or less, which means it only targets the webservers running on a host with large sockets resources (i.e. large number of sockets) and very little available memory.
It is important to note that Bog does not target a specific website or service (like other botnets), but rather ‘websites’ on the system. This means that Bog could actually do huge damage to a large number of websites on a server.
In addition to generating requests for each socket, Bog also stores TCP/IP header information with each request and responds with a simple message to indicate whether the request was accepted or rejected. If the request was rejected, the response is again stored and the request re-attempted on the next socket until it is accepted. When Bog does successfully consume a socket, it responds back with a simple response message.
Because Bog has no way of sending viruses or other malicious code via sockets, attacks can be easily detected and blocked, and because Bog is not targeting any specific website, it does not get blocked on many lists of DDoS or Botnet attacks.
How to use Bog:
Bog is a command-line attack that is ideal for those with little understanding of how botnets, denial-of-service attacks and TCP/IP networking work. However, the most advanced and experienced users can use Bog as a way to study how botnets and DoS attacks are used on the network.
Bog (bob) was originally designed to be used with Netcat, and it was originally delivered as part of a Tor bundle, but it does work very well with other tools as well.
For more information on the tool:

What’s New in the HTTP Bog?

This is a denial-of-service tool that leverages slow HTTP connections to consume a target machine. HTTP Bog works by exchanging small packets of data between two hosts over a TCP connection while sending requests to the target. HTTP Bog increases the number of packets sent per second and increases the number of bytes being sent per packet to exhaust the processing resources of the target system.
HTTP Bog can be installed without root privileges by downloading and executing a binary from the project site. Alternately, a zipped version of the code can be downloaded and extracted by simply running the file. Download the appropriate version of the binary for your system from:
HTTP Bog can be used with either a command line interface or a scripting language. The command line interface only allows for specifying the target, verbosity, and target hostname. The command line interface additionally accepts multiple command line arguments for specifying a target host (filename, IP address, and port numbers), verbosity, user ID, and user password. Scripting language support is available through the script and script functions, as described in the details.
The script and script arguments syntaxes are described as follows:
./script(s) [tgthost] [verbosity] [username] [password] This command will execute the script(s) specified in the [s] parameter and will use the arguments specified in the [tgthost], [username], [password], and [verbosity] parameters.
./script [tgthost] [username] [password] [script arg…] This command will execute the script(s) specified in the [s] parameter and will use the arguments specified in the [tgthost], [username], [password], and [script] parameters.

System Requirements:

Download Requirements:
OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 (64-bit only)
Processor: 2.3 GHz or faster
Memory (RAM): 2 GB
Graphics: DirectX 9 graphics card, 256 MB VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband internet connection
Storage: Approximately 20 GB available space
Additional Notes: Gamepad support and keyboard support are not yet available.
OS: Windows 7/