In this article, we bring you a list of the top 10 Best Android Hacking Apps And Tools that will turn your Android smartphone into a hacking machine. However, in order to use the apps to their full potential, your device needs to be rooted.

Disclaimer: All content in this article are intended for security research purpose only. TI Tech does not support use of any tool to indulge in unethical practices.

Here are the top 10 best Android hacking apps and tools of 2018 

  1. AndroRAT

AndroRAT, short for Remote Administration Tool for Android, is a client/server application developed in Java Android for the client side and in Java/Swing for the Server, whose goal is to give control of the Android system remotely and retrieve information from it. Using the app, you can easily manipulate other devices, which is quite useful in case you’re away from your device and need to perform some task.

  1. Wi-Fi Kill

This open-source ethical hacking app is one of the most popular ones in this field. Similar to the net cut app in Windows, this app is capable of cutting off anyone’s Wi-Fi over your network. Wi-Fi Kill is extremely useful when you have an open Wi-Fi not protected by a strong password. You can cut off the Wi-Fi of the intruder with just a few clicks on your device. This app is easy to use owing to its lucid and interactive interface and easy-to-use tools.

  1. APK Inspector
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APK Inspector is a great tool that any general app user will love. It is the perfect GUI tool for analysts to analyze Android applications as well as understand the coding behind them. The main purpose of the tool is to reverse engineer any Android application. This means you can use this app to get the source code of any Android application and can edit it to remove licenses and credits.

  1. Arpspoof

Arpspoof is a network sniffing app. It changes the network configuration of the victim’s Android phone. You can redirect the user to a specific web page. This app works like middlemen attacks apps.

  1. zANTI

zANTI is one of the best android apps related to hacking from android phones. It has almost all security tools related to hacking any Wi-Fi networks.

  1. Eviloperator

This app automatically connects two people in a phone call making them feel that they called each other. Eviloperator’s biggest merit would probably have to be that you can record and save the conversation.

  1. Nmap for Android

Nmap (network mapper) is an open-source security scanner used for network exploration by professionals. It works on both non-rooted and rooted smartphones. However, if your device is rooted then you have access to some more features. You can download this app on your Android device to scan networks for finding ports and system details.

  1. Hackode

Hackode is one of the best applications for people who want to hack their android devices. The hacker’s Toolbox is an application for penetration testers, Ethical hackers, IT administrators, and Cyber security professionals to perform different tasks like Google Hacking, Reconnaissance, DNS Dig, Exploits, Security RSS Feed, and many more.

  1. SSHDroid- Android Secure Shell
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Secure shell or SSH is the best protocol that provides an extra layer of security while you are connecting to your remote machine. SSHDroid is an SSH server implementation for Android. This application will let you connect to your device from a PC and execute commands (like “terminal” and “ADB shell”) or edit files (through SFTP, WinSCP, Cyberduck, etc…). Windows users can rather control their devices using the FTP protocol. Yet another feature of this app includes extended notification control, Wi-Fi control, shared-key authentication, lock screen widget.

  1. Fing Network Tools

It is a free and super-quick system scanner for Android that is used by hackers and security professionals to discover which devices are connected to the Wi-Fi network, map devices, find intruders, evaluate network security risks, troubleshoot network problems, and achieve the best network performance, with the world’s most popular network toolkit. Fing is a must-have network utility with more than a dozen free network tools, including a Wi-Fi scanner, port scanner, DNS lookup, ping, and service monitoring.

Since there are a number of Android hacking apps and tools, we might have missed some from the list! Do let us know your favorite Android hacking tool in the comments section below.

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