Hacking Networks using Android smartphones and Anti

Gone will be the days when a hacker would pull out a laptop to hack into your wireless networks…all he would need is an Android powered smartphone and an application called Anti or Android Network Toolkit.

The application was demonstrated during the Defcon hacker conference on Friday by an Israeli security firm Zimperium. Anti will be available free for users from the Android Market, with a $10 corporate upgrade.
Anti will offer penetration testers the capabilities of scanning and sniffing WiFi networks,  finding potential target devices along the way.

It will also allow exposing the IP addresses… of the remote servers along with attacks like Man-in-the-Middle using known exploits in the out of date software and programs.

The app has slick designed to currently take advantage of few known exploits in Windows, iOS and Android.

For more information visit the source Forbes website.

After going through the details here are the tips on how you can protect yourself from such attacks:

1. Update your Operating System with latest patches available

2. Secure your Wireless Networks with WPA2 (recommended) or with WEP (minimum)- Follow DIY section to achieve this or drop in a mail through the Contact Us page for further details.

Ensure a Secured & Safe browsing.

One Comment

  1. Rosario Dubray says:

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