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Android Hacking (using Android OS)

There are many good tools available for Android to hack stuff. Android is a powerful linux fork and basically has the potential of a desktop OS. Many hackers use a bluetooth keyboard to control their mobile device and type as fast as on a regular system.


Highly recommended: Android Network Tools (ettercap, arpspoof, hydra, and [email protected])


AndroRAT

AndroRAT stands for Android and RAT (Remote Administrative Tools). This top free hacking tool was released a long time ago as a client/server application. The app aims to give you the control of the Android system remotely and fetch the information from it. This Android app runs as a service right after the boot. So, a user doesn’t need to interact with the service. The app provides you the ability to trigger the server connection by a call or SMS.

The features in this useful Android hacking app include collecting information like contacts, call logs, messages, and location. The app also allows you to remotely monitor received message and state of phone, making a phone call and sending texts, taking picture from camera, opening URL in the default browser etc.

[email protected]


Hackode

It is basically a collection of multiple tools for ethical hackers, IT specialists, and penetration testers. In the app, there are three modules –Reconnaissance, Scanning, Security Feed — available in the application.

With this app, you get the functionalities like Google hacking, SQL Injection, MySQL Server, Whois, Scanning, DNS lookup, IP, MX Records, DNS Dif, Security RSS Feed, Exploits etc. It’s a great Android hacking app to start with and it doesn’t ask for your private information to operate.

NOTE: Google hacking doesn't work that well any longer.

com.techfond.hackode


zANTI

zANTI is a reputed Android hacking suite from Zimperium. This software suite comes with multiple tools that are widely used for penetration testing purposes. This mobile penetration testing toolkit allows the security researchers to scan a network easily. This toolkit allows the IT administrators to simulate an advanced hacking environment to detect multiple malicious techniques.

zANTI could be called an app that brings the power of Backtrack on your Android device. As soon as you login into zANTI, it maps the entire network and sniffs the websites being visited along with their cookies — thanks to ARP cache poisoning on devices.

The various modules in the app are network mapping, port discovery, sniffing, packet manipulation, DoS, MITM, and more.

[email protected]


cSploit

cSploit calls itself the most advanced and complete IT security toolkit for Android operating system. It’s a tool that enumerates local hosts, finds vulnerabilities and their exploits, cracks Wi-Fi password, installs backdoors, etc.

csploit.org/downloads


FaceNiff

FaceNiff is a top Android hacking app that allows you to intercept and sniff your WiFi network traffic. This tool is widely used to snoop into people’s Facebook, Twitter and other social media websites using your Android device. This hacker-favorite tool steals cookies from WiFi network and gives an attacker an unauthorized access to victim’s account.

faceniff.ponury.net


Shark for Root

Shark for Root is an advanced tool for security experts and hackers. This tool works as a traffic snipper and works on Wi-Fi, 3G, and FroYo tethered mode. One can also use the tcpdump command for this free hacking app for rooted Android devices.

[email protected]


Nmap

One of the most popular network scanning apps for desktop can also be used on Android operating system. Nmap works on both non-rooted and rooted phones. If you are a beginner Android hacker, this hacking app app is a must have.

Official Site


WiFi Kill

Wi-Fi Kill is a great hacking tool for rooted Android devices. Using this tool, one can disable a device’s internet connection if it’s connected to your network. In reality, it blocks the packet data going to a device. Thanks to its simple interface, any novice user can use this Android hacking app

Official site


Fing - Network Scanner

This popular network scanner app for Android is used by hackers and security professionals to discover which devices are connected to the internet, map devices, locate security risks, find intruders, solve network problems, etc. It comes with more than a dozen free network tools for making your job easier.

Play Store


USB Cleaver

Much like USB Haksaw or USB Switchblade, USB Cleaver is a free Android hacking app that’s capable of stealing information from connected Windows PCs. It can access browser passwords, Wi-Fi password, network information, etc.

XDA


SSHDroid

SSHDroid is a SSH server implementation developed for Android that allows you to connect your Android device to a PC and run commands like ‘terminal’ and ‘adb shell’ and edit files. It provides an extra security later when you are connecting to a remote machine.

Google Play Store


Termux

Termux is an Android terminal emulator and Linux environment app that works directly with no rooting or setup required. A minimal base system is installed automatically - additional packages are available using the APT package manager.

www.termux.com

wiki/android_hacking.txt · Last modified: 2018/01/14 12:29 by stephan

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