15 Best Android Apps and tools For Hackers in 2018

Are  you searching for some cool hacking apps for your Android device? It looks like you are in a right place but before getting into all that stuff let’s have a look at why all these apps are mostly available for Android, for that we need need to know about the Android first. Android is an Operating System which is widely used in smartphones. It is a modified version of the Linux Kernel and other open source software and designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices and tablets. Android has been the best selling OS worldwide on smartphones since 2011.

As per the survey that was done in May 2017, it has over two billion monthly active users, the largest installed base of any operating system and its Google Play Store features over 3.3 million apps. So, such a huge user base led to developing these apps over the ground of android. Now let’s get into main stuff, here are best 15 android hacking apps which you should include in your arsenal.

Best Hacking apps for Android

1. APK Inspector

APK inspector is a good application to the toolbox you use for forensics malware. It allows visualizing the structure of the application modules which will make users to select the good Android application that is safe to use.

The goal of this application is to reverse engineers and visualize compiled Android packages and their corresponding DEX code. APK Inspector provides both analysis functions and graphics features for the users to gain a good intuition into the malicious apps
Some of the functionalities offered by this application are fine-grained graph view to source view, call graph, navigation, better display of control flow graph, reverse the code with ded for java analysis, static instrumentation and combine permission analysis.

2. Nmap

Nmap is one of the very useful apps for every tech nerd. Nmap is a legendary hack tool and probably the prevalent network security port scanner tool over the last decade on all major Operating Systems. Earlier it was available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. But now it is also available for the Android platform. It is compiled from real Nmap source code by some developers to provide the support for Android devices.
If you have a rooted Android device then you will get access to some more features. It allows scanning networks for finding ports and system details.

3. cSploit

cSploit is an Android network analysis and penetration suite which offers IT security experts/geeks the most complete and advanced professional toolkit to perform network security assessments on a mobile device. For proper functioning, this app requires you to have a rooted device with Busybox installed.

When you will start cSploit, you will be able to map your network very easily, crack login procedures of many TCP protocols, search for known vulnerabilities, fingerprint alive hosts operating systems and running services, real-time traffic manipulation, perform man in the middle attacks such as password sniffing etc.

4. AndroRAT

AndroRAT is a tool that was made available on the Internet in November 2012, here RAT is the abbreviated form of Remote Access Tool for Android. It allows a remote attacker to control the victim’s activity. Usually the RATs have a user friendly control panel that makes possible the control of victim, in the same way, AndroRAT can control, make phone calls and send SMS messages of infected devices, it is also able to get its GPS coordinates, access to files stored on the handset and activate and use the microphone and camera.

Point of concern to the diffusion of apps such as AndroRAT is that they don’t need a particular expertise to be used by cybercriminals, a few steps could transform a criminal in a dangerous hacker. When AndroRAT is used with binder an attacker could steal sensitive information from victims and use the handset remotely.

5. DroidBox

DroidBox gives a linguistic assessment of the Android application. Some of the information that you are gonna get after analysis includes Circumvented permissions, Cryptography operations performed by Android API, File read and write operations, Listening broadcast receivers, Incoming/outgoing network data, Hashes for analyzed package etc.

6. Wi-fi kill

Wi-fi kill allows you to kill the connection of other devices that may be drawing out your Wifi strength. This app is the most recognized safety app that prohibits intruders into the network access system. If you are searching for a way to kick some users out of the network then this is the best app to use. There is no damage integration with the use of the Wi-Fi Kill app. By doing this you can increase the bandwidth of the internet for permitted users in the network.

7. Fing Network Scanner

Using Fing is a very easy task, just pull up the app. That’s it. Once you launch it, Fing will automatically start extracting information about all of the devices on your network. It will show up all of their IP addresses, their names or at least whatever name Fing can recognize and possibly even a little icon to give you a quick way to see which device is a smartphone, a printer or a PC.

Fing on your mobile is a joy to use and will help you audit your network and close security holes in no time. It makes easy for the user to map devices, locate security risks, solve network problems, find intruders, troubleshoot network problems etc.

Fing provides a functionality to figure out your connected devices’ brands and models, a lookup technique you can enable and disable at will if you don’t want your devices’ IP addresses and MAC addresses sent to the app’s “Fingpedia” service.

8. DroidSheep

DroidSheep is an Android tool developed for security analysis in wireless networks. It is a tool used for session hijacking which allows the user to capture session cookies over the wireless network, which implies that it can sniff and capture the web session profiles of a person who is on the same network. Unlike DroidSheep, FaceNiff is also a tool capable of hijacking the web session profiles over a wireless network. But the problem with FaceNiff is that it only works with a list of websites while the DroidSheep works with almost all the websites/services.

9. zAnTI

Zanti is a penetration testing toolkit developed by Zimperium Mobile Security for cybersecurity guys. It allows you to plot malicious attacks on a network with the push of a button. Zanti offers different functionalities to perform various types of operations such as MITM (Man In The Middle filter) attacks, MAC address spoofing, scanning, password auditing, vulnerability checks and much more. In brief, this android toolkit is a perfect companion of hackers.

It conducts network scans in different intensity levels in order to identify connected devices, their properties, and their vulnerabilities. zANTI follows the methods, a hacker can use to identify security loopholes within a certain network.

10. FaceNiff

FaceNiff is an app that allows you to sniff and intercept web session profiles over the WiFi that your device is connected to. It is possible to hijack sessions only when WiFi is not using EAP, but it should work over any private networks. It’s just like Firesheep for android. It is to be noted that if web user uses SSL this application won’t work.

The features provided by FaceNiff includes Filtration of session ID cookies, Export and Import sessions, SSL strip integration, Vibration alert when FaceNiff has found new profiles and Stealth mode and lastly make sure that you are connected to a Wi-Fi network and you have a target on the same network.

11. USB Cleaver

USB Cleaver is also one of the very often used hacking tool which is capable of extracting information from connected Windows PC because they have activated by default the autorun which is vulnerable to this tool. It just somewhat behaves like a keylogger, so can easily access network information, Wi-Fi passwords, IE passwords, browser passwords etc.

12. Arpspoof

Arpspoof is another interesting hacking tool which allows you to play with wi-fi network. This application allows you to perform ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) spoofing (poisoning) which allows an attacker to alter routing on a network, effectively allowing for a man-in-the-middle attack. In easier term, it changes network configuration of the victims android phones which could redirect the user to some another web page other than the destination page.

13. Hackode

Hackode is an application which is very suitable for any person who is a hacking beginner. It is quite easy to install and it does not ask for private details. You can easily Google how to use it and you then can get started in minutes. Its functionality includes Security Rss feed, Exploits, DNS Dig, Reconnaissance, MX Records, SQL Injection etc.

14. WPS Connect

WPS Connect is an application which facilitates connection to WiFi networks having WPS protocol enabled keeping in a checklist that the authority of the network owner is granted. This application uses the security flaw and tries to crack the models which have PIN method enabled. The application checks if your router is vulnerable to a default PIN. Many companies which manufacture these routers have these vulnerabilities.

Using this application you can easily disable other user’s internet connection in the network, with this app you can hack into any wi-fi network and connect automatically to any password protected wi-fi network.

15. Kali Linux NetHunter

NetHunter is an Android penetration testing platform, for Kali NetHunter to be compatible with Android devices, it needs kernel sources. Thankfully, the kernel sources which Google provides for its Nexus devices make it possible for Kali Linux to exploit those sources and make some of the NetHunter’s solution possible on Android.

Officially, Kali NetHunter is currently available for certain Nexus phones and OnePlus One only. However, there are unofficial ports of NetHunter for other Android devices as well, but they might not support all of NetHunter’s features due to limited kernel sources availability.

2 thoughts on “15 Best Android Apps and tools For Hackers in 2018”

  1. Vishnu sir, the apps that you have mentioned in your latest post, i want to know that how to identify those apps in google play store because there are several apps with the same name.


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