13 Best Hacking Apps And Tools For Android

Android is the most popular mobile operating system which is used widely and provides us tons of customization options.You can do various things with Android smartphone nowadays, it has become a part of our life.Same as that hacking also became a common thing nowadays after a rise of technology.Earlier only computers were used for hacking and penetration testing but now Android smartphones can also be used for security and penetration testing using Hacking apps available for Android.Here is a list of best hacking apps for Android to check out and to know the process on how they are used.

Note: This is only for educational purpose and should not be used for any illegal purpose.

Also read: How To Hack Wi-Fi Password In Android

1.zANTI:

zANTI  is most widely used for penetration testing purposes.This toolkit allows the security researchers to scan a network easily and allows the IT administrators to simulate an advanced hacking environment to detect malicious techniques.

2AndroRAT:

AndroAT which is a short form of Android and Remote Administrative tools is one of the best hacking apps for Android.This acts as a client/server application.The main function of the app is to give you the control of the Android system remotely and to gather the information from it.

3.Hackode:

Hackode is also the best Android hacking app.It is a tool for the ethical hackers, penetration testers, IT administrators.This app comes with Reconnaissance, Security RSS Feed and scanning modules.With this app, you can perform different tasks like Google hacking, DNS lookup, Whois information, Ping, SQL injection etc.If you are a beginner then this is the app you can start with.

4.dSpoilt:

It is the tool for Android network analysis and penetration testing for IT security experts offering the most advanced techniques to find vulnerabilities and more.It is for rooted Android smartphones.

5.Nmap For Android;

Nmap(Network mapper) is one of the best network scanner used for scanning networks to find the ports and the system details.It is available for both rooted and non-rooted Android smartphones.The rooted device has the advantage to access more features than non-rooted smartphones.

6.FaceNiff:

FaceNiff app allows you to intercept and sniff web sessions over the Wi-Fi network which you are connected to.This app is most popularly used to find passwords for Facebook, Twitter, Amazon and other social networks using your Android smartphone.If the hacker and you are on the same Wi-Fi network and the FaceNiff app is turned on by the hacker then it will capture all the Facebook ID and passwords of you or others who are on the same wifi network.

Also read: How To Hack Any Android Game In Your Smartphone

7.SSHDroid:

SSHDroid is an SSH server implementation for Android. It provides an extra security when you are connecting to a remote machine.This app allows you to connect your Android smartphone to a PC and execute commands like ‘terminal’ and ‘ADB shell’ or to edit files.The other features of this app include lock screen widget, shared-key authentication, Wi-Fi control etc.

8.Wi-Fi Kill:

Wi-Fi kill is one the simplest app that blocks all the devices connected to your Wi-Fi network.In other words, it blocks the internet access to the devices which are connected to your Wi-Fi network.The simple user interface makes the process very simple without any complexity.

9.APK Inspector:

It is a simple and great app to analyze the Android apps and also to find the source code of an app.By using this app you can perform reverse engineering tricks i.e you can remove the license and credits by editing the source code of any Android app.

10.Droidsheep:

Droidsheep is an app developed for security analysis in wireless networks.By using this app one can intercept/hijack the web sessions over the Wi-Fi network.When you switch on the Droidsheep app it acts as a router and intercepts the Wi-Fi network traffic and captures Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts of all active sessions.

11.Arpspoof:

It is a network auditing tool designed by Dug Song.This app actually redirects the traffic on the local network by forging ARP replies and sending them to all the hosts or the specific target on the local network paths.

12.USB Cleaver:

USB Cleaver is also one of the best hacking apps for Android by which one can steal the network information, Wi-Fi password, saved passwords from connected Windows PC’s all without the knowledge of the victim.

13.Shark For Root:

It is one of the advanced tools for hackers and security experts which works as a traffic fetcher and works on 3G, Wi-Fi and FroYo tethered mode. tcpdump command can also be used in this app on rooted Android devices.

These are some of the best hacking apps for Android.

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