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drench sends out SYN packets to wherever you so desire, then ACK's the SYN ACK's and keeps on keeping on ACK'ing all night long, baby. The result is the poor destination service is overwhelmed with connections and crashes, if per address limitations are not in play. And if such limitations have wisely been enforced but the service happens to run on the local network, drench is happy to spoof a whole bunch of addresses to get around it. DEPENDENCIES libnet, pcap HOW TO BUILD cd drench make HOW TO RUN [drench v0.3: Connection flood utility] Usage: drench [-h|-i <interface>|-d <address>|-p <port>|-P <payload>|-r <number>|-s <address>|-c <number>|-C|-S <microseconds>|-x <group>] -h usage -d <address> destination address -p <port> port to connection flood -c <number> packet count -i <interface> interface -r <number> number of ARP'ed fake IP addresses -s <address> source address -A Respond to received ACK's -C Disable check of ISN cookie -P <payload> payload of packet -R Repeat packet burst -S <microseconds> microseconds to sleep between sending packets -x <group> number of packets to send in a group (defaults to value of -r) [Bug reports to email@example.com]