2 Best Free Hacking Apps For Android Phones (2017 Edition)

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Short Bytes: As Android has emerged as the top mobile operating system, we have seen a great rise in the Android hacking apps for rooted as well as non-rooted devices. For our readers, we have prepared the list of the best hacking apps for Android for 2017, which can be used by a technology enthusiast, an IT security administrator, or an ethical hacker. Our list includes popular Wi-Fi and phone hacking apps like Hackode, zANTI, Shark for Root, etc.

Based upon the industry reviews and our own experience, here is a compilation of the top Android hacking applications that ethical hackers and security researchers can use. Along with the description of apps, we have provided the relevant website and download links (Play Store or APK links) to help you get started instantly.

Also see – Freedom APK

Disclaimer: Please note that Fossbytes is publishing this list just for educational purposes. We don’t support the use of any tool to indulge in unethical purposes.

15 Best Hacking Apps For Android Phones

1. AndroRAT

AndroRAT stands for Android and RAT (Remote Administrative Tools). This top free hacking tool was released a long time ago as a client/server application. The app aims to give you the control of the Android system remotely and fetch the information from it. This Android app runs as a service right after the boot. So, a user doesn’t need to interact with the service. The app provides you the ability to trigger the server connection by a call or SMS.

The features in this useful Android hacking app include collecting information like contacts, call logs, messages, and location. The app also allows you to remotely monitor received message and state of phone, making a phone call and sending texts, taking picture from camera, opening URL in the default browser etc.

Find the APK/Download link of this hacking app here — AndroRAT

2. Hackode

The second entry on our list of top hacking Android apps for 2017 is Hackode. It is an app which is basically a collection of multiple tools for ethical hackers, IT specialists, and penetration testers. In the app, there are three modules –Reconnaissance, Scanning, Security Feed — available in the application.

With this app, you get the functionalities like Google hacking, SQL Injection, MySQL Server, Whois, Scanning, DNS lookup, IP, MX Records, DNS Dif, Security RSS Feed, Exploits etc. It’s a great Android hacking app to start with and it doesn’t ask for your private information to operate.

Written by: Kumar