Wireless hacking on android

With the power of the tablets coming out now, and the open platform that Linux provides, there is a great opportunity for hacking from an easily hidden, Trojan style device with lots of power to allow us to do many different wireless attacks.

Possible attacks:
1. ARP spoofing
2. Ssl stripping
3. Session hijacking
4. Vuln scanning
5. Port and service scams

These are just a few features available in a tool called

Dsploit

. Using the application you can select all kinds of attack vectors, you can capture packets in a pcap dump for reading in Whitehall later.

It works well in a small networks and labs, but my next task is to blow up a public network and see what I’m able to find. If the located information is enough, I will approach face to face with data, and options on how to fix their problems.

Other WiFi tools in my toolbox include, droidsheep, ding (network scanner), connectbot, and sshdroid.

I will be writing a follow up on how to use the tools, and talk about the other tools.

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