Today, I am going to tell you about some amazing Android Apps for hacking, however these apps are meant to be used for only research purposes, the world is evolving and now you can use your cellphone as a small hacking toolkit with help of these apps. These apps come with great flexible features for both the techies & a normal cellphone user. These apps are actually meant for those people who believe in ethical hacking & who really want to explore the world of technology.

  1. SpoofApp

SpoofApp does not only allow you to use a fake caller ID but it also helps you in changing your voice & recording your calls. Unfortunately, it was banned for being allegedly in conflict with The Truth in Caller ID Act of 2009. However, SpoofApp is still available for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, webOS, and even Windows Mobile directly from the developer’s web page.


2. Andosoid

This DOS tool for Android phones works like a wonder to trigger a DOS attack and a dDOS on a web server, from cellphones. It allows you to intercept web session profiles over the WiFi, this app makes it possible to hijack the sessions. That sounds dangerous, doesn’t it?  Currently it works with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Nasza-Klasa.


3. Nmapper

Network mapping is the study of the physical connectivity of networks. Network Mapper or Nmapper is a free and open source security scanner which allows you to discover hosts and services on a computer network. This brilliant app makes it possible for the user to create a detailed network map.


4. Anti-Android Network Toolkit

This toolkit is a collection of network exploration tools that helps you pierce your network right away from you android mobile phone. This app allows it users to assess the risk level of a network correctly. It provides cloud-based reporting which ensures the safety of your network.


5. SSHDroid

SSHDroid is a SSH server implementation for Android. This impressive application will let you connect to your device from a PC and execute certain commands.


6. WiFi Analyzer

This app turns your phone into a WiFi analyzer & helps you find a less crowded channel for your WiFi router by showing differing WiFi channels around you.


7. Network Discovery

As the name suggests, this app lets you discover different hosts and scan their ports in your WiFi networks, it’s a perfect tool for testing network security.


8. ConnectBot

ConnectBot is a high-powered open-source Secure Shell (SSH) client. This app basically allows you to tap into Secure Shell servers and create secure tunnels between other applications.


9. Burp Suite

Burp Suit is a Java application used to penetrate web applications. It contains a variety of tools with the help of which users can attack web applications. This application is usually used to exploit security vulnerabilities. It’s available in free and commercial versions.


10. Network Spoofer

Network Spoofer is like a portable and modified cousin of dSploit but it’s easier to use. It offers users a set of rich troll features and allows you to mess with other computers.



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