Top of 33 best hacker applications for Android devices

Top of 33 best hacker applications for Android devices

These days, any geek wants to turn his Android smartphone into a real hacker device. However, most of these personalities have no idea where to start and what exactly you need to install.

So, today we will talk about the best hacking tools that are available on Android. Most talented hackers use these Android applications in order to convert their smartphones into a full-featured hacking machine.



Many people think that the majority of hacking tasks can be done only with personal computers, but technology is not in place, and today smartphones can perform absolutely the same functions as your computer. Usually the hackers use Linux based operating systems for hacking purposes. Hurry up to let you know that Android is also a Linux based operating system.

After doing some research, here we have collected the best hacker apps on Android. So now you do not need to install any special hacking operating systems on your computer, now you can just use the following hacking tools on Android to perform some exploits through your smartphone.

So download and try to use these hacker applications for Android, and always remember that you have to go to your device as a root user in order to make the most of the potential of a particular application.



So, first I’m going to list the hacker applications for Android, which are available in the Playstore, and then tools available from other external resources.

The applications listed below are for educational purposes only. Do not try to use them, if they are illegal in your country. Also, you should not use these applications in order to harm a third party or gain unauthorized access to your account, which does not belong to you. You should only use the software to verify and analyze your own security. I do not accept and am not responsible for any illegal actions that may be committed by people using the applications below. Use them at your own risk.

 

1. Orbot

I need an application that will ensure my anonymity and confidentiality on the Internet. Orbot is an Android app developed by the Tor Project to get complete privacy and freedom on the Internet. At its core, it allows you to hide your real IP address by jumping your communication system in distributed networks of relaying network devices run by volunteers around the world. This application also gives you the ability to “Target” all TCP traffic on your Android device (only on those devices, which you went as a root user). Orbot is not only Tor itself, it also contains LibEvent and lightweight web proxy server – “Polipo”.

Orbot: Proxy and Tor.

Developer: The Tor Project.

Price: Free

 

2. Fing – Network tools.

Fing is the best, completely free and crazy fastest network scanner that can be used to detect devices connected to a Wi-Fi network, display the location of those devices, detect intruders, assess network security threats, troubleshoot network problems, and achieve better network performance. All of this you can do with a set of network tools that have a worldwide popularity.

This application has many very useful network tools, such as: Wi-Fi scanner, port scanner, DNS search, tracking services and ping. All of the above makes Fing one of the most necessary applications on your smartphone.

Fing – Network tools

Developer: Domotz Ltd.

Price: Free

 

3. Hackode

Hackode: A hacker toolkit, as well as an application for pentesters, decent hackers, IT administrators, and cybersecurity professionals that allows you to perform various types of tasks like reconnaissance, scanning exploits, etc.

Hackode

Developer: Ravi Kumar Purbey.

Price: Free

 

4. SSHDroid

SSHDroid is an SSH server implementation for Android. This application allows you to connect to your device through your PC and execute commands (like “terminal” and “adb shell”) or edit files (via SFTP, WinSCP, Cyberduck, etc.).

SSHDroid

Developer: Berserker.

Price: Free

 

5. SSLStrip for Android.

SSLStrip is a tool that explicitly captures HTTP traffic on the network, tracks HTTPS links and redirects, and then converts those links into similar HTTP links or similar omographic HTTPS links.

SSLStrip for Android(Root).

Developer: NotExists.

Price: Free

 

6. Hash Decrypt.

Hash Decrypt is an Android app that allows you to crack/decrypt hash. This app uses a dictionary attack to crack the hash. It supports 10 different hash functions, such as: MD2, MD4, MD5, SHA1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, Tiger, RIPEMD-128 and RIPEMD-160.

Hash Decrypt.

Developer: Patryk Hatka.

Price: Free

7. Whatscan

If you’re wondering how to hack into a WhatsApp account and control all the inbound and outbound messages from someone you know, then you should just try Whatscan is a web-based integrated WhatsApp application. To hack WhatsApp with this application, you must first physically access the victim’s device, and then scan his/her WhatsApp web QR code to activate the service. Unlike other hacker applications for Android, Whatscan does not require root rights, as the application uses the authentic method to access WhatsApp (through the WhatsApp website).

WhatScan+++ 2018.

Developer: Whatzscan.

Price: Free

 

8. DriveDroid

With DriveDroid you can unlock any password-protected PC/notebook, simply by connecting your Android phone via USB.

DriveDroid allows you to boot your computer from ISO/IMG files stored on your phone. This is ideal for testing Linux distributions or for system crash booting without the need to burn various images to CDs or create bootable USB drives.

DriveDroid also includes a convenient boot menu where you can boot USB images of several operating systems from your phone (for example, Mint, Ubuntu, Fedora, OpenSUSE and Arch Linux). Currently, there are about 35 different systems available.

DriveDroid

Developer: Softwarebakery.

Price: Free+

 

9. PixelKnot: Hidden messages.

With PixelKnot only your friends with secret password can unlock your special message. Everyone else just sees a nice picture. This is a very funny and easy way to share hidden messages without attracting too much attention.

PixelKnot: Hidden messages

Developer: The Guardian Project.

Price: Free

 

10. NetCut

With NetCut you can quickly find all network users in WIFI, even if your phone does not have a valid IP address or has not accessed the Internet wifi. As long as you have a connection to any WIFI, netcut will work. With this application you can connect/disconnect any network user, including your phone/xbox, softphone, PS3, PS4, etc.

NetCut.

Developer: arcai.com.

Price: Free+

 

11. WIFI WPS WPA TESTER

Do you want to know if your access point is vulnerable to the WPS protocol? Then Wifi Wps Wpa Tester is the app you need. With this app, you can test your AP connection using the WPS PIN.

WIFI WPS WPA Tester.

Developer: Sangiorgi Srl.

Price: Free

 

12. Change My MAC – Spoof Wifi MAC.

Airports or train stations, cafes or hotels, nowadays almost all public places offer free Wi-Fi. But most of them use time limits to control usage. But changing the MAC address of your Android device will solve this problem. With this tool, you can easily change the MAC address of your device, and no problem to continue to use free unlimited Wi-Fi.

Change My MAC – Spoof Wifi MAC

Developer: Banana Studio.

Price: Free+

 

13. WPS Connect

WPS Connect will help you hack into Wi-Fi networks that have WPS protocol. The app focuses on checking if your router is vulnerable to the default PIN code. Many routers set their own vulnerabilities in this regard. With this application, you can check whether your router is vulnerable or not and act on the situation.

WPS Connect.

Developer: FroX.

Price: Free

Soon we will add a list of hacker applications for Android from play store. Now we offer you a list of the remaining applications taken from other external sources.

 

14. Market Helper.

Market Helper is a tool for Android, which helps users to change/fake their devices, on which they are registered as a root user, to any other device. This application can easily turn your Nexus 7 into a Samsung Galaxy S3 in just a few seconds. You will not even need to reboot. This application also allows you to install incompatible or prohibited applications in your country without any problems.

 

15. Androrat

AndroRAT (Android Remote Administration Tool) is a client/server application developed in Java Android for the client side and in Java / Swing for the server side. Thanks to the successful use of this tool, you will be able to get the following information from the target device Android to get contacts (and all their information to put the phone in vibrate mode to get the call logs open URL in the default browserSecure to get all messages to send a text message to find out the location via GPS / Network to track received messages in real time broadcast video ( only for the client side to track the status of the phone in real time ( received a call coming from the client side).

16. WiFi Kill

WiFi Kill is one of the best WiFi hacking apps running on Android: it is used to block the wifi connection for other users from your android device. You just need to download this beautiful android application to your cell phone and you can easily disconnect other users from the wifi network.

 

17. APKInspector.

APKInspector does the analysis and conversion to render the compiled Android packages and their corresponding DEX code. APKInspector provides both analysis and graphical functions so that users can gain a deeper understanding of malicious apps.

 

18. zANTI.

zANTI is a mobile penetration testing toolkit that allows security professionals to assess the level of threat to a network at the touch of a button. This easy-to-use mobile toolkit allows IT security administrators to simulate a fairly experienced attacker to identify malicious techniques that they use extensively to hack into an enterprise network.

 

19. dSploit

dSploit is a set of tools for Android for network analysis and penetration testing. The main task of dSploit is to offer professionals / amateurs in the field of IT security of the most advanced and perfect set of tools for the assessment of network security on mobile devices.

 

Once you run dSploit, you will be able to easily track your network, identify operating system hosts and running services, look for known vulnerabilities, crack login procedures for many tcp protocols, conduct man-in-the-middle attacks to get a password (with normal protocol splitting), manage traffic in real-time, etc., etc.

 

20. AnDOSid

AnDOSid is used to launch DoS attacks from your mobile device. It was designed as a stress testing tool, but I’m sure you know that everything can be used incorrectly, even a pen. AnDOSid is so powerful that you can even use it to render web servers inoperable.

 

21. Penetrate Pro.

Penetrate Pro is used to read WPA/WEP keys for some routers, which means it is used to decode Wi-Fi. Some anti-viruses may mark this application as a virus because it uses some security access rights.

 

22. Nmap for Android.

Nmap (network mapper) – is an open source security scanner used for network research. It works like a superuser-providing or non-user-providing phone, but if your device provides root user rights, you will have access to some additional features.

 

23. Droid Pentest.

Droid Pentest will help you find all the hacker and penetration test apps for Android, so that you can make a full platform for the pentest.

 

24. Faceniff

FaceNiff is an Android app that allows you to browse and interrupt web session profiles via WiFi, to which your cell phone is connected. You can capture sessions only if WiFi does not use EAP, but it must work through one of the private networks (Open/WEP/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK).

 

25. Shark

Shark is mainly designed to track the actions of other devices. It was designed for office personnel to be able to track the actions of team members or office employees.

 

26. USB Cleaver.

The main task USB Cleaver is to silently retrieve information from the target machine running on a Windows 2000 system or higher, including password hashes, LSA secrets, IP information, etc….. The beauty of it is that the peiload can be run silently without changing the system itself or forwarding network traffic, making its work almost invisible. It captures all information in a LOG file which is stored on your sdcard and can be viewed at any time.

 

27. Whatsapp sniffer.

If you want to download personal correspondence, video or audio from your WhatsApp friends who use your WiFi connection, this application will be the best choice for you. You should definitely try it in business.

 

28. WIBR Plus.

WIBR Plus is one of the hacker Android applications for testing security WPA/WPA2 PSK WiFi networks. This application captures wireless penetration into the network.

 

29. AppUse29.

AppUse is a VM (Virtual Machine) developed by AppSec Labs. It is a unique platform for testing the security of mobile apps in the Android environment, and includes exclusive specialized tools. The core of AppUse is a special “hostile” Android ROM, specially designed for testing the security of the application and contains a modified runtime environment, which runs on top of the configured emulator.

 

Using different technologies such as the rootkit, in the mechanism of the kernel was introduced many different techniques and methods so that the application could be easily managed and monitored by its analogue of the command management called “ReFrameworker”. AppUse includes everything that a pentester may need in order to run and check the target application: Android emulator, developer tools, necessary SDKs, decompilers, disassemblers, etc.

 

30. Kali Linux NetHunter

Kali NetHunter – from the developers of the most powerful hacker operating system Kali Linux – you have a powerful, portable and inexpensive platform to perform penetration testing. NetHunter has all the power of Kali and it supports Wireless 802.11. At the push of a button you can install MANA Evil Access Point as well as HID keyboard (allows you to launch keyboard attacks against a PC) along with BadUSB MITM attacks.

 

 

31. Intercepter-N.

Intercepter-NG is an android tool for hackers. It can help you intercept and analyze unencrypted communication over a WiFi network. Here are the things you can do with the Intercepter-NG: intercept messages, analyze packets of data, capture sessions, SSL Strip connections, track the web activity of your target.

 

32. Lucky Patcher.

Lucky Patcher is a great Android tool to remove ads, change app access rights, back up and restore apps, bypass the license check for special apps, and more. To use the full range of features and capabilities of this app, you will need access to your device as a root user.

33. Game Killer.

Game Killer is used to crack and change the amount of your coins and gems in humanoid games by deceptively changing the memory technique. Gamekiller would be downloaded more than ten million times worldwide, making it one of the most downloadable applications that is not available in the Google Play store.

However, we are not definitively sure of the authenticity of some sources for downloading this application, so we give the list of sources separately. You can view it by clicking this link. So you can download Gamekiller at your own risk.

There you go. Now you are familiar with enough hacker apps for Android to turn your smartphone into a small hacker toolkit.

If you can add to our list, any other useful hacker applications for Android, be sure to let us know about it in the comments, and soon we will update our list, adding more interesting applications.

 



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