The website that gives this service charges per PC infection (which they call it load) - please note that the website domain is "load.cc".
Still Linux Desktop PCs are safe from such an attack
I'm not sure if visiting the webiste load.cc is safe or not.
complete report is below
The sources discovered the site while performing forensics on some servers known to host malware. They say that, when last checked, loads.cc was still in operation.
This service is another example of a service-based hacking product, similar to others recently reported here, that opens up Internet crime to less technically proficient criminals. Rather than compete with some of the other services, it actually complements them.
Whoever is running loads.cc controls a botnet that may include up to several million PCs in its network, according to the sources. The operator of the site provides real-time information on the size and availability of the botnet. The site operator charges clients for using the botnet to infect computers with whatever malware the customer chooses. The going rate at the time of its discovery was about 20 cents per "load," or per successful injection into a vulnerable PC.
A client can ask in advance for a certain number of infections, say 1,000 infections for a $200 fee. Customers can also pay for loads based on country, IP addresses or other attributes. Once the job is done, the client receives a report—essentially an itemized bill—of the IP addresses where loads were successful. Then the perpetrators can pursue their goals: For example, they could potentially distribute spam, grab PC owners’ online banking information, or steal log-in credentials.Ref URL h3r3