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HULK - Http Unbearable Load King

HULK - Http Unbearable Load King
Posted May 18, 2012
Authored by Barry Shteiman | Site sectorix.com

HULK is a web server denial of service tool written for research purposes. It is designed to generate volumes of unique and obfuscated traffic at a webserver, bypassing caching engines and therefore hitting the server's direct resource pool.

tags | tool, web, denial of service, python
MD5 | 0fcee2cc0488500336b766af4478c3d8

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hiawatha

If you want a webserver that is protected from such 'simple' DoS-attacks, try the Hiawatha webserver (www.hiawatha-webserver.org).

Comment by hiawatha
2012-05-20 09:03:23 UTC | Permalink | Reply
wilbo007

How do you open this? I open with python and it just closes immediately

Comment by wilbo007
2012-06-28 13:01:54 UTC | Permalink | Reply
siberianlaika

I study Golang and as lesson ported Hulk from Python: github.com/grafov/hulk

Comment by siberianlaika
2012-08-26 12:12:19 UTC | Permalink | Reply
vihar7

Hello Sir, I recently install Python 3.4 in Windows Xp operating system. and run this python script and i go following error in command prompt.

Z:\>C:\python34\python.exe hulk.py http://10.208.1.1 safe
File "hulk.py", line 72
print '---------------------------------------------------'
^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

Z:\>

Comment by vihar7
2014-08-07 11:03:54 UTC | Permalink | Reply
qazedc1212

-- HULK Attack Started --
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "hulk.py", line 150, in <module>
host = m.group(1)
AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'group'

This is the error when I run hulk.py via terminal

Comment by qazedc1212
2014-09-06 22:04:32 UTC | Permalink | Reply
singgih2010

Hi Barry

I was wondering if you can help. When I run from the msdos prompt, it stated "invalid Syntax Line 72". I can't figure this out what need to be done to run this on Python 3.3. Please help

print '---------------------------------------------------'
print 'USAGE: python hulk.py <url>'
print 'you can add "safe" after url, to autoshut after dos'
print '---------------------------------------------------'

I put C:\Python33\hulk.py. Should I run it from Phyton Command line or GUI ? Your reply is much appreciated.

Thank you

Comment by singgih2010
2015-03-04 09:54:32 UTC | Permalink | Reply
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