Monday, January 9, 2012

Android Network Toolkit for Penetration Testing and Hacking

Zimperium have unveiled the Android Network Toolkit for easy hacking on the go!

ANTi is a smartphone, android based, penetration testing toolkit that can scan a network, find vulnerabilities, run exploits, produce reports and more.

There is a free version with limited functions and several paid versions that scale up in functionality. The videos linked at the bottom of this article are interesting.

ANTi – Android Network Toolkit – []

What is Anti?

ZImperium LTD is proud to annonce Android Network Toolkit – Anti.
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.

Anti – Android Network Toolkit Capabilities Video/Demo by ZImperium LTD – []

Hacking a Mac using Android Network Toolkit CSE in ANTI3 by ZImperium LTD – []

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