In recent days, serious vulnerabilities have been known that affect the popular Android mobile operating system; vulnerabilities that have attracted a lot of attention and that have come to join so many others that we already knew about.
The best way to prevent a cyber attack on mobile phones with the Android operating system is by simulating one. Most of these apps are created with the purpose of using them defensively, that is, to see how to protect ourselves from vulnerabilities, but it goes without saying that they are also used for malicious purposes. Each of the apps that we see listed should be used for research purposes only.
1. Andosid. DOS Denial of Service tool for Android phones that allows security professionals to simulate a DOS attack and of course a DDoS on a mobile phone web server.
2. Faceniff. Faceniff allows you to snnify and intercept web session profiles through the Wi-Fi connection to which the mobile is connected. Session hijacking is possible only when Wi-Fi is not using EAP, but it should work over any private network.
3.Nmapper. (Network Mapper) is a security scanner originally written by Gordon Lyon used to discover the hosts and services on a computer network, thus creating a “map” of the network. To achieve its goal, Nmapper sends specially crafted packets to the destination host and then analyzes the responses.
4. Anti-Android Network Toolkit: – zANTI is a comprehensive set of network diagnostic tools that enables pentesting and audit testing at the touch of a button. Provides cloud-based reports that guide you through simple rules to ensure network security.
5. WiFi Analyzer. Turn your Android phone into a Wi-Fi analyzer. Show Wi-Fi channels around you. Helps you find a less crowded channel for your wireless router.
6.Network Discovery. Discover hosts and scan the ports of your Wifi network. A great tool for testing network security.
7.dSploit. Network and Penetration Analysis Suite for Android, offers a professional, complete and advanced toolkit to perform network security assessments on a mobile device.
8. Hackode:- The hacker’s Toolbox is a penetration testing application used by ethical hackers, IT administrators and cyber security professionals to perform different tasks like reconnaissance, scanning and exploitation.
9 .Androrate. Remote Administration Tool for Android. Androrat is a client/server application developed in Java Android for the client side and in Java/Swing for the Server. One of the most popular.
10.APKInspector. APKinspector is a powerful graphical user interface tool that allows researchers to analyze Android applications.
11. DroidBox. Droidbox is developed to offer dynamic analysis of Android applications.
12. Burp Suite. Recognized tool widely used by security professionals. It is an integrated platform for conducting security tests on web applications. Its various tools work seamlessly together to support the entire process of testing, mapping, and attack analysis, through to finding and exploiting security vulnerabilities.
13. Pretend Find out which devices are connected to your Wi-Fi network, in just a few seconds. Fast and accurate, Fing is a professional application for network analysis. A simple and intuitive interface helps you assess security levels, detect intruders, and resolve network issues.
14. SQLI droid. It allows you to test MySQL-based web applications against SQL injection attacks. DroidSQLi supports the following injection techniques: Time based injection, blind injection, error based injection, normal injection.
15. sqlmapchik. It is a cross-platform GUI of the popular SQLMAP tool.