The risk of hacking by using mobile devices is very common and people are developing and using different apps (application) for their hacking attack. Android has faced different challenges from hacking application and below is the list of application for android hacking.
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Anti consists of 2 parts: The Anti version itself and extendable plugins. Upcoming updates will add functionality, plugins or vulnerabilities/exploits to Anti
Using Anti is very intuitive – on each run, Anti will map your network, scan for active devices and vulnerabilities, and will display the information accordingly: Green led signals an ‘Active device’, Yellow led signals “Available ports”, and Red led signals “Vulnerability found”. Also, each device will have an icon representing the type of the device. When finished scanning, Anti will produce an automatic report specifying which vulnerabilities you have or bad practices used, and how to fix each one of them.
Nmap on Android
Droidmap is an Android application for root users that implements some functions of Nmap in a GUI.
This program comes with installer scripts for the installation of the required Nmap application that must be run to install the program to your phone.
Please note that the installation process requires a Linux environment running the Android developer tools from the SDK (this program requires adb for installation).
Nmap (network mapper) is one the best among different network scanner (port finder) tool, Nmap mainly developed for Unix OS but now it is available on Windows and Android as well. Nmap for android is a Nmap apps for your phone! Once your scan finishes you can e-mail the results. This application is not a official apps but it looks good.
FaceNiff- Session Hijacker for Android
Your Facebook account is at risk, just like a Firesheep (for firefox hacking) there is a FaceNiff for hijacking the session of famous social networking websites includes facebook and twitter. FaceNiff is developed by Bartosz Ponurkiewicz who created Firesheep before but faceniff is for android OS.
AnDOSid- DOS Tool for Android
Mobile phones have, over the last few years, grown from simple devices that send and receive calls to mobile computing platforms which can be purchased for less than $100 a device.
AnDOSid fills that gap, allowing security professionals to simulate a DOS attack (An http post flood attack to be exact) and of course a dDOS on a web server, from mobile phones. However it also transmits both the phones IMEI and the android ID to prevent it’s use by malicious people.
AnDOSid is designed for security professionals only! AnDOSid tag’s posts with two unique numbers which relate to the Android device that sent the request.
AnDOSid allows security professionals to simulate a DOS attack (A http post flood attack to be exact) and of course a dDOS on a web server, from mobile phones.
AnDOSid is actively being developed and feedback is welcomed from the security community as to how you would like the application to evolve.
SCOTT HERBERT Developed this Tool for Android and it is designed for Security Professionals/PenTesters.
Some possible new features could include:
A drop down list of recent targets
User defined delay between posts
An option for GET based testing
This application will let you to connect to your device from your PC and execute commands (like “terminal” and “adb shell”) or edit files (through SFTP, WinSCP, Cyberduck, etc…).
- File Transfer: WinSCP.
- Remote Shell: PuTTYLinux users:
- File Transfer: natively supported by most file managers (like Nautilus or Dolphin), just enter the sftp address displayed as location.
- Remote Shell: run ‘ssh’ from the terminalMac users:
- File Transfer: Cyberduck
- Remote Shell: run ‘ssh’ from the terminalRoot is supported (in particular if you need to execute it on the predefined SSH port that is 22) but not required.