The Coder Paris has released the new version of the DDoS protection EndGame on dread. This prevents server overload.
The DeepWeb forum dread recently released the new version of The DDoS protection EndGame. This was mentioned for the first time in May of the previous year. This set of tools is designed to enable webmasters to secure their pages in the Tor network even more effectively against various external attacks.
Effective protection is extremely important. Unless you can unmask or hack your competitors, DDoS attacks are more or less non-stop at well-functioning online stores on the darknet.
EndGame to secure Tor pages
In May 2020, dread first mentioned the EndGame software package. This is a mix of tools to help portal operators in the Tor network. Initially, the source code of eight different open source projects was used, along with various NGINX modules and many open source software libraries. After many months of intensive testing, the first version was released. The publishers were initially the creators of the online marketplaces White House Market, Big Blue Market and the Empire Market. However, the aforementioned dark commerce trading venues are now all down except for the White House Market.
New system prevents web server overload
The new version is already in live use at dread. If you want to be connected, you have to queue and enter the correct time, before there is no connection to the forum. The appearance of the protection software can be adapted to that of your own shop or forum with the help of various themes. What is new about EndGame is the queue system, which is intended to prevent the CPU of the web server from being overloaded.
In June this year, the conversion of all Onion Services to v3 must be completed. We have already reported extensively at the beginning of the year about the problems of various nodes in the Tor network. This has also been taken into account in the development of the new version.
Download and use free of charge
Then as now, EndGame is free. If you want to download your copy of EndGame V2, you can do so from here: http://dreadytofatroptsdj6io7l3xptbet6onoyno2yv7jicoxknyazubrad.onion/post/4663d1421b49a469b12d – you will probably soon see the software in use on many sites.
Programmer Paris wants its software package to be uploaded to as many source code portals as possible to make it available to the general public.