Top 9 Hacking Android Apps

Top 9 Hacking Android Apps

Hacking is nothing more than removing the security loopholes present in the software/web application/any kind of resource related to the information technology sector.

These are the top 9 hacking Android apps.


         1. FING

Fing is a free network scanner for Android and iOS. The app allows you to quickly and easily scan any network so you can see which other devices are also connected. It scans your connected network for other connected devices and shows you a bunch of information about them. For example, IP address MAC address, vendor, open ports/services, etc.



WPS Wifi Checker Pro is an app for Android with which you can check the security of your WiFi network. By running tests on the router's WPS protocol. It is known that many routers use specific algorithms to generate that code depending on the model and manufacturer, so it can be relatively easy to understand.



Kali NetHunter is a free mobile penetration testing platform for Android devices based on Kali Linux. The Kali NetHunter App Store can be accessed through a dedicated client app or web interface. Both rooted versions provide additional tools and services. A custom kernel can extend its functionality by adding additional network and USB gadget drivers, as well as WiFi injection support for selected WiFi chips.

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  1. zANTI

zANTI is a popular mobile penetration testing toolkit that allows security managers to assess the risk level of networks with the push of a button.  This easy-to-use mobile toolkit enables IT, security administrators, to emulate an advanced attacker to identify malicious techniques used in the wild to compromise corporate networks.

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Hackode is a popular Android app used by professionals working in the cybersecurity domain as well as ethical hackers. It can also be used by people in the IT industry such as administrators or penetration testers. This app can efficiently scan a target and detect vulnerabilities



Network Mapper is a well-known free and open-source utility for network discovery and security auditing. This is a security scanner used to find hosts and services on a computer network, thus creating a "map" of the network. Nmap uses raw IP packets in a new way to determine which hosts are available on the network, What services (application name and version) are those hosts providing, what operating system (and OS version) they are running, What types of packet filters/firewalls are in use and dozens of other features.



tPacketCapture is popular software that captures communication packets on non-rooted devices. This app uses VpnService provided by Android OS. The captured data is saved in the external storage as PCAP file format. tPacketCapture does not reach an external server for packet capturing.



In 2013, Darktrace was founded by a group of mathematicians from the University of Cambridge and government cyber intelligence experts from the US and UK. For its Enterprise Immune System and Darktrace Antigen System, the organization used the power of technology as well as artificial intelligence to identify many threats in their early stages—including Web vulnerabilities, insider attacks, and state-sponsored surveillance.



PortDroid is a well-known network analysis application that helps hackers, network administrators, and penetration testers with many useful networking tools, including:

  • Port scanning,
  • Ping, Traceroute,
  • Wake-on-LAN (WOL),
  • Identifying devices on the local network
  • DNS lookup
  • Reverse IP lookup
  • Whois lookup

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