Archive for September 2012
The Best Hacking Apps for Android, previously I had written on how to Wi-Fi spoof any network. Today I am sharing all the best hacking android (Hackadroid) apps that I just had my hands on. Here are they…
A fancy Wi-Fi application. Displays all available points of access, SSID, MAC addresses, encryption, and signal power. Signal Strength Widget provides up to date, easy to access information on your android device’s current Wi-Fi connection.
Net Swiss Tool Free / Fing
Scans wireless networks, displays the list of connected devices. Can scan each device separately and display a list of open ports. Besides, it performs ping, trace, wake-on-LAN, ARP, UDP-flood.
The very same as wireshark on windows. It goes perfectly well. Gets started on the device just like that. Creates logs in the *.pcap format and stores the logs on SD card. Has read phone state and identity system. (Nice application. Especially if the phone works as a Wi-Fi access point).
DroidSheep / Facesniff
A plain and simple well-known application for Web session hijacking. Connect it to an open access point, start and wait... By the way, sometimes it can freeze the point itself. Use this software only for analyzing your own security!
Hosts Editor is a way to add, remove or comment out entries in the hosts file. The hosts file allows the user to override an IP address of a specific URL. A useful application, especially when the phone serves as a Wi-Fi point.
kWS — Android Web Server:
kWS is a lightweight and fast Web Server especially designed for android mobile devices. It can be used to host websites and to serve files over HTTP. kWS implements HTTP-1.0.
Router Brute Force ADS 2
Real brute-force attack on Android! Each application tries to Brute Force Basic Access Authentication. Simple and effective brute force for routers admin/control pages! (Basic Access Authentication -> Base64) And you can have free Wi-Fi connection.
Guesses WPA/WEP passkeys to your Android smartphone and routers locate somewhere in the neighborhood. The most of the times you scan the Wi-Fi networks available around, they're protected with key. Router Keygen is an app that help you out with that. If the routers of those Wi-Fi networks are encrypted with WEP/WPA it will bring you the keys to access them.
This is all. Download them and enjoy exploring, some of the apps may be priced.
Most of the times, it happens when u try to open a folder and it pops the message “Access Denied. Contact your System Administrative”. Taking ownership of system files or folders in Windows systems is not a simple task. So, here’s a pre-created Registry hack file created by Anonymous. There are commands through command prompt too to take ownership.
Take ownership of them, you just need to InstallTakeOwnership.reg and next time pops that message, Just right click that folder again and select “Take Ownership” . There’s also a registry file to remove take ownership. Double-click the RemoveTakeOwnership.reg file and click through the prompts. No reboot necessary.
Download Take Ownership.
If anyone of you wants the actual commands, comment here with your email-id.