Traffic Noise Generator


Traffic Noise Generator


The author does not hold any responsibility for the bad use of this tool, remember that attacking targets without prior consent it’s illegal and punished by law.


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A simple python script that generates random HTTP/DNS traffic noise in the background while you go about your regular web browsing, to make your web traffic data less valuable for selling and for extra obscurity.

Tested on MacOS High Sierra, Ubuntu 16.04 and Raspbian Stretch and is compatible with both Python 2.7 and 3.6



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A quick and dirty HTTP/S “organic” traffic generator.

Just a simple (poorly written) Python script that aimlessly “browses” the internet by starting at pre-defined rootURLs and randomly “clicking” links on pages until the pre-defined clickDepth is met.


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Noise-as-a-service that attacks the wholesale surveillance of US citizens


Squawk: Data Retention Edition

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Creating noise-as-a-service, as an act of civil disobedience, that attacks the wholesale surveillance of Australian citizens under the data retention program.



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A simple program to generate views for your website

WVG, or Will’s View Generator, is a simple tool created to help you generate realistic views for your website. It uses many different user agents, referers, and proxies within the TOR network to accomplish this task. Moreover, unlike other common view generators, this program doesn’t flood the server with requests but does it at a slower pace and at random intervals to make the traffic seem more realistic. Do not use this program on websites if it violates your region’s laws or your host’s rules.



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Ostinato – Packet/Traffic Generator and Analyzer

Ostinato is a packet crafter, network traffic generator and analyzer with a friendly GUI. Also a powerful Python API for network test automation. Craft and send packets of several streams with different protocols at different rates. Think of it as “Wireshark in Reverse”.


KalEl Toolkit

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Kal El is a neat tool for Network Stress Testing and Penetration Testing.

Traffic Generator is a tool used to generate fake web traffic that can be used to fake page views and visitor stats. If used with TOR VPN module you will have the option to enable auto switching where it will get a new IP for each request resulting in unique visitor stats as well as page views.



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Traffic generator and sniffer



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A Simple Traffic Generator for Network Experiments

The server listens for incoming requests, and replies with a flow with the requested size (using the requested DSCP value & sending at the requested rate) for each request.

The client establishes persistent TCP connections to a list of servers and randomly generates requests over TCP connections according to the client configuration file. If no available TCP connection, the client will establish a new one. Currently, we provide two types of clients: client and incast-client for dynamic flow experiments. For client, each request only consists of one flow (fanout = 1). For incast-client, each request can consist of several synchronized incast-like flows. A request is completed only when all its flows are completed.

In the client configuration file, the user can specify the list of destination servers, the request size distribution, the Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) value distribution, the sending rate distribution and the request fanout distribution, .


WAN Killer

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Perform network stress tests with WAN Killer




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Send anonymous traffic to your links by automatically loading existing proxies from the web. Multiple working sets of proxies are retrieved.


Modbus Traffic Generator

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This tool Generates Modbus traffic to trigger alerts in Snort Intrusion detection System. It reads Snort rules from “scada.rules” input file,parses the rules and generateS proper packet(s) that would trigger the coresponding rule alerts in the intrusion detection system.