20 Best Hacking Apps For Android – Part 4

Best Hacking Apps For Android – Part 4

This is the last part of 4 post series on the post ’20 best Hacking Apps For Android’.

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1.Shark for root

Shark For Root

Shark For Root is an android version of wireshark for security experts and hackers. It is basically a traffic sniffer which works on WiFi, 3G and FroYo tethered mode. The app is based on tcpdump, so you can use tcpdump commands on this android version.

Root access must be required.

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2.SSLStrip for Android(Root):

It is the famous app you will be familiar with 10000 downloads and install. This tool hijacks the HTTP network and changes https links to HTTP or to https which is called private key. It also offers padlock favicon.

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3.USB Cleaver

usb cleaver

USB Cleaver is a free Android hacking app that’s capable of stealing information from connected Windows PCs. It can access browser passwords, Wi-Fi password, network information, etc.

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face niff

FaceNiff is an android tool for hackers (newbies) who want to sniff and intercept web session profiles over the WiFi connection. That means, if you want to hack into a Facebook account which is using the same WiFi network, you can use FaceNiff. Technically, it’s not possible right now, because the Facebook has made SSL encryption mandatory to all connections. But this tool can be used in twitter and many other social medias. Check it

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5.WIBR+(WiFi BruteForce)


WIBR+ is an android app that is capable of cracking WiFi passwords. It was designed to test the security of the WPA/WPA2 PSK WiFi networks, but now it is widely being used to crack weak WiFi passwords.

It supports two types of attacks — Dictionary Attacks, and Bruteforce Attacks. It also allows you to use custom dictionaries!

The attacking process is very slow because of the way android handles WiFi connection. According to the developers, 8 passwords/minute is a good speed.

Tip: WIBR+ is a battery eater, so always carry a Power Bank with you!

If this app is not working for you,

– you are trying to crack a network with weak or unstable signal or in a very “noisy” environment (i.e. many networks on the same channel)

– you are trying to access a network that is using MAC filtering (only explicitly allowed devices could access that network).

– you don’t have enough patience  ;).

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