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Penetration Testing Using Android

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24th February 2011, 04:54 AM   |  #1  
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I ran across this link to a penetration testing tool (well, actually a debian 'chroot') for Android called DebDroid:

http://www.pentestit.com/2011/02/18/...ystem-android/

The text on the site reads:

Debroid helps you run a Debian system with a lot of utilities that help you sniff packets. In addition to various other tools and libraries, it contains tools such as:

* openssh
* libpcap
* libpcap-dev
* ettercap
* wireshark
* carwhisperer
* btscan
* NMAP
* ntbscan

These come pre-installed with the Debian image. To install, simply download the image from the links provided and follow these steps:

1. Unzip the .zip and .7z files and copy all the contents to /sdcard/debian/
2. Run your preferred terminal emulator and run bash with su.
3. Install debroid with sh ./sdcard/debian/debian.sh
4. Boot into debian with the following command debroid and voila!

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Has anyone tried this or other Android penetration testing tools? Please share your thoughts.
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24th February 2011, 05:18 AM   |  #2  
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I just realized DebDroid is mentioned in another thread:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=950083

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Originally Posted by mail_e60

I ran across this link to a penetration testing tool (well, actually a debian 'chroot') for Android called DebDroid:

http://www.pentestit.com/2011/02/18/...ystem-android/

The text on the site reads:

Debroid helps you run a Debian system with a lot of utilities that help you sniff packets. In addition to various other tools and libraries, it contains tools such as:

* openssh
* libpcap
* libpcap-dev
* ettercap
* wireshark
* carwhisperer
* btscan
* NMAP
* ntbscan

These come pre-installed with the Debian image. To install, simply download the image from the links provided and follow these steps:

1. Unzip the .zip and .7z files and copy all the contents to /sdcard/debian/
2. Run your preferred terminal emulator and run bash with su.
3. Install debroid with sh ./sdcard/debian/debian.sh
4. Boot into debian with the following command debroid and voila!

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Has anyone tried this or other Android penetration testing tools? Please share your thoughts.

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