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How to write Denial of Service using Visual Basic.NET or Java codes

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Hi,

Can anyone tell me how to write denial of service using Visual Basic.NET or Java codes.
Please provide me with examples.

Thanks.
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by:SunBow
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Buy a book on subject of Java.net in VB
Pick it up
Throw it against wall
Pick it up
Throw it against wall
---repeat all of the above steps but go faster ---
---repeat all of the above steps but go faster ---
---repeat all of the above steps but go faster ---
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by:SunBow
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Write "Denial of Service"
Display "Denial of Service"
Write "Denial of Service using Visual Basic.NET or Java codes"
Display "Denial of Service using Visual Basic.NET or Java codes"
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by:SunBow
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Just do it like you write "Congestion" and it should work out
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by:charan_jeetsingh
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Hi Fen,

You asking about writing a DoS attack code from a group of people who are working for making secure networks......Forget it!!
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by:zwseemm
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Experts-Exchange should deny you service.
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by:NetAdmin2436
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.....You gotta be kidding right?
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by:dann47
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Denial of service, how to write!!!  Well if you gotta ask...........  In this case, you certainly will never know!!!!

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