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Powerful Attack Methods Layer 4/7 Bypass Methods Custom Attack Features Dedicated Power Each Concurrent Unlimited Attacks [No Cooldown] Instant Launch & Stop Attacks Can Upgrade Plan At Any Time REST API Capability 24/7 Support 17 Attack Methods
Starts at $25 /month

Frequently Asked Questions & Related Information:

CyberVM provide smart upgrade system which means you can upgrade your plan at anytime and only pay for the upgrade cost and not the full plan price.
Just choose the plan you want and our system will tell you how much balance needed to cover the upgrade cost.
If you need more attack power you can upgrade your membership concurrent attacks, more concurrents = more attack power.
Adding more concurrents to your membership plan will allow you to launch parallel attacks on your target with significantly stronger attack power.
You can create your own crypto-wallet with online wallet (easy to use).
You can buy cryptocurrency coins like Bitcoins easily from these links (accepting popular payment methods like PayPal):
Bitnovo Voucher | Crypto Voucher (If you get an error "Something went wrong" please turn off VPN / Proxy).
After you got your crypto-coins make sure you send it first to your own wallet and then you can use it to buy CyberVM membership.
* Stress Test Any GameServers like CounterStrike,Minecraft,Teamspeak, etc.
* Stress Test Any Website Within Seconds.
* Stress Test Home Internet Connections Within Few Clicks.
* Stress Test Any Protected CDN / Server like OVH, Voxility & Cloudflare Easily.
a Stresser is a DDoS-For-Hire service used in an online panel and will let you "stress", "boot" or check your server against attacks.
The main idea of the tool is to flood with heavy traffic (the type of traffic you choose) against your target and check the stability of it. We have the most advanced methods in the market (many of them developed by us) so you can enjoy a really powerful and affordable Stresser.
at CyberVM, Every membership purchase you made will be instantly activated and reflected in your account once your payment is completed.
CyberVM Private Networking is a feature we are offering to advanced customers which is giving you the ability to add an extra power to each attack you send.
The main Idea is that you will get access to "private" servers which is unsaturated and have much less load than the servers other customers have access to.
If you have a very hard to take target you may consider to upgrade your account to a private networking membership.
A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack is when an attacker, or attackers, attempt to make it impossible for a service to be delivered. This can be achieved by thwarting access to virtually anything: servers, devices, services, networks, applications, and even specific transactions within applications. In a DoS attack, it’s one system that is sending the malicious data or requests; a DDoS attack comes from multiple systems. Generally, these attacks work by drowning a system with requests for data. This could be sending a web server so many requests to serve a page that it crashes under the demand, or it could be a database being hit with a high volume of queries. The result is available internet bandwidth, CPU and RAM capacity becomes overwhelmed.
  1. Volume-based attacks use massive amounts of bogus traffic to overwhelm a resource such as a website or server. They include ICMP, UDP and spoofed-packet flood attacks. The size of a volume-based attack is measured in bits per second (bps).

  2. Protocol or network-layer DDoS attacks send large numbers of packets to targeted network infrastructures and infrastructure management tools. These protocol attacks include SYN floods and Smurf DDoS, among others, and their size is measured in packets per second (PPS).

  3. Application-layer attacks are conducted by flooding applications with maliciously crafted requests. The size of application-layer attacks is measured in requests per second (RPS).

For each type of attack, the goal is always the same: Make online resources sluggish or completely unresponsive.
Layer 7 or application layer DDoS attacks attempt to overwhelm network or server resources with a flood of traffic (typically HTTP traffic). An example would be sending thousands of requests for a certain webpage per second until the server is overwhelmed and cannot respond to all of the requests. Another example would be calling an API over and over until the service crashes. Typically, layer 7 DDoS attacks are more complex than other kinds of DDoS attacks.