- The ONLY Yahoo! Booter that includes all needed files wrapped into the executable. You’ll never see error messages concerning missing files again. When NWO opens, it will check to verify that all necessary files are present in your system32 folder. If they are not, it will extract them from the program and silently register them. That's why the executable is 5MB. Everything is packed into one file.
- Unlimited Login
- Load any bot list delimiter (no manual adjustment needed/ the program handles it internally)
- Adjustable Login Speed/Packet Delay/Cycle Delay/Data Cap
- Online Checker (97% Accuracy/Victim sees no packets)
- Account Locker (100% working, temporarily bans ID/1-3 hours)
- Upload Meter (Measure upload speed while booting)
- Reduced memory usage while booting (98% of booters use bad string handling techniques to put together these long boot strings, and it hogs a lot of memory copying those strings over and over. My technique uses no additional memory whatsoever. You might even see your RAM usage go down while booting.
There's a 90% chance that you won't boot someone using these new servers, as they prevent floods completely. But here are some ways to maximize your chances.
- Lock their account before booting. It only takes a few seconds. Don't overuse this feature. It will ban you.
- For Yahelite, set the packet delay to 800-900, cycle delay to 500, and send 9000 KB of data slowly. It will lag the victim offline.
Message to Everyone:
Been a long time since I've released anything, hasn't it? Been working my ass off paying rent, and recently quit my job, so I've been sitting around waiting on some places to call me back about starting work. Had plenty of time to write one of these guys, even though booters don't seem to work very well anymore.
Been listening to people crow about how unbootable they are...or how badass their client/ALG is, and it's making me smile. For everyone that swears they're unbootable, there will be a packet that pops you like a zit. Since I have some time now, I might sit down and figure out how to do just that.
I remember a time when some things were called unbootable, and I started coding 9KB packets and DCing chumps in a half-second. It could just as easily happen again.
Everybody knows I'm far from the best programmer around, and I don't want to be the best...16 hours a day glued to a screen isn't my style. But I always get by. We'll see if history repeats itself... download click here