Wednesday 4 January 2017

The Best Top 10 Android Hacking Apps And Tools For 2017

It’s a fresh new year and we are back to our favourite subject, – hacking! The best way to begin the year is to bring out the latest Apps and tools for hacking and we start with Android hacking tools and Apps. Android is a great and powerful mobile operating system that has ever been built for smartphones. Since Android is an open source platform, it allows you to easily change your smartphone UI and customise the App by installing Android Custom ROMS. It not only offers millions of apps available in the market for free but also allows you to easily access multiple hidden features.
With the help of some great hacking tools, hacking is possible in Android devices nowadays. However, it is very important to know about the (ethical) hacking tools available on your Android smartphone.
In this article, we bring you a list of top 10 best Android hacking tools and apps that will turn your Android smartphone into a hacking machine. We have tried to bring in the latest hack tools and Apps. However, note that your device must be rooted in order to get the full potential of these apps.

Note: All content are intended for security research purpose only and should not be used illegally. Techworm will not be responsible for any consequences.

The top 10 best Hacking Tools and Apps for Android Smartphone

1. Nmap for Android

Nmap (network mapper) is open source security scanner used for network exploration by professionals. It works on both non-rooted and rooted smartphones. However, if your device is rooted then you have access to some more features. You can download this app on your Android device to scan networks for finding ports and system details.

2. FaceNiff

FaceNiff is an Android app that allows you to sniff and intercept web session profiles over the Wi-Fi that your mobile is connected to. It also finds the password for Facebook, Blogger, Twitter, Amazon, Tumblr, and more online accounts.
If you are using the same network as your victim is using and if your FaceNiff is turned on, then it will capture all Facebook ID and password which is logged in from the same Network. It comes with paid version but also there are many cracked versions on the internet.

3. AnDOSid

DOS or denial of service attack is a very dangerous attack because it takes down the server (computer). AnDOSid is a tool designed only for security professionals to let them carry out a DOS attack (HTTP post-flood attack to be precise). It is used to perform a DOS attack on websites or web servers using the Android device.

4. AndroRAT

AndroRAT, short for Remote Administration Tool for Android, is a client/server application developed in Java Android for the client side and in Java/Swing for the Server, whose goal is to give the control of the Android system remotely and retrieve information from it. Using the app, you can easily manipulate other devices, which is quite useful in case you’re away from your device and need to perform some task.

5. SSHDroid- Android Secure Shell

Secure shell or SSH is the best protocol that provides an extra layer of security while you are connecting to your remote machine. SSHDroid is a SSH server implementation for Android. This application will let you connect to your device from a PC and execute commands (like “terminal” and “ADB shell”) or edit files (through SFTP, WinSCP, Cyberduck, etc…). Windows users can rather control their device using FTP protocol. Yet another feature of this app includes extended notification control, Wi-Fi control, shared-key authentication, lock screen widget.

6. Hackode

Hackode is one of the popular Android hacking app, which is available on Google Play store for free. It is a toolbox for penetration tester, ethical hackers, IT administrator and cyber security professional to perform different tasks like Google Hacking, Reconnaissance, DNS Dig, Scanning Performing Exploits, Security RSS Feed and many more. This app contains tools like Google Hacking, Google Dorks, Whois check, Ping, Traceroute, etc. This app also provides easy to use tool and attractive interface making it one of the best Android hacking apps for beginners.

7. SpoofApp

SpoofApp is definitely used for fun over functionality. It allows you to spoof (Place) calls with any caller ID number. Basically, you can manipulate what number shows up on your friend’s smartphone when you call. Some other features include voice changer using which we can change our voice and can even record the entire conversation. To spoof calls, you need to buy SpoofCards which are sold separately. Overall a nice app for bringing smiles on your and your friend’s face.

8. WhatsApp Sniffer

WhatsApp Sniffer is a great Android hacking app, which works in tandem with the WhatsApp application. Using this app, you can hack private WhatsApp chats, pictures, audios and videos of your friends who are using your Wi-Fi Hotspot. You can manipulate pictures, videos, account info at your pleasure. Disable your antivirus before using this app, as it is easily detected by antivirus.

9. APK Inspector

APK Inspector is a great tool that any general app user will love. It is the perfect GUI tool for analysts to analyse the Android applications as well as understand the coding behind it. The main purpose of the tool is to reverse engineer any Android application. This means you can use this app to get the source code of any Android application and can edit it to remove license and credits.

10. Eviloperator

This app automatically connects two persons in a phone call making them feel that they called each other. The best part is that it can record and save the entire conversation.
Since there are a number of Android hacking tools, we might have missed some from the list! Let us know your favourite Android hacking tool in the comments section below.

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