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[Xposed] Hijack Suite. Hack like a Pro!

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By shs94, Member on 31st July 2016, 11:51 AM
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** Release 4.0 Notes **
- Multiple bug fixes.
- Works fine on Nougat.
- UI improvements.
** Release 4.0 Notes **
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It is an xposed module capable of spoofing some of the identities of an Android device.
Customise the identities to your own choices!

Download Free version : http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.intplus.freehijack
Download Premium version : https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...tplus.hijackid



Below are the supported identities :
- Android Id
- Serial Number
- IMEI
- MAC address
- Device build number
- Kernel version string

Another interesting option available is, ability to randomize the identity for different processes.
It just hijacks the identities on the fly. Hence the original valules are not modified.
Once the app is disabled, get back all the original ids.

How to use!
You need to have an android device which is rooted and has Xposed framework installed.
Open Hijack Suite and enter custom values for the identities.
Press save.
Goto Xposed installer app.
Enable 'Hijack suite'
Reboot the device.
View the customized values being replaced at places where they are tried to fetch.(Check using different apps.)
Observe the behaviour of the app under test by changing the id values.

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Disclaimer
Please try the app only if you can understand the above description.
It is built for Android application security testers. (pentesting)
Do not use the app for any illegal purpose.
Use the app at your own risk.

Thanks to Kuberappa Pujar for Randomisation support.
Thanks to rovo89 for developing the wonderful XPOSED framework.

Keywords : Change Android ID, Change Serial number, Change IMEI, Change MAC address, Change Device fingerprint,
Mask IMEI, Mask identity, Spoof identity, Hijack id
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31st July 2016, 06:25 PM |#2  
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Hey man, great idea!

Would it be possible to also spoof the kernel version string?
31st July 2016, 06:35 PM |#3  
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Hey man, great idea!

Would it be possible to also spoof the kernel version string?

Hi,
Glad you liked it.
I think it should be possible too. Let me learn a little bit on that...
Thanks!
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31st July 2016, 06:38 PM |#4  
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Brilliant
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31st July 2016, 06:39 PM |#5  
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So this is like xprivacy or PMP?

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1st August 2016, 07:07 PM |#6  
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So this is like xprivacy or PMP?

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Hi Antieco,

Checked these 2 apps. They are wonderful apps for personal privacy management.

I just imagined Hijack Suite as a security testing tool and developed it.
Concentrated on spoofing the device identities to apps instead of preventing access to them.
Yes, it can be treated like xprivacy or PMP.
But when you approach mine as a privacy tool, I think xprivacy and PMP are doing much better.
Also they have a lot of other features.
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Is it compatible with marshmallow srock touchwiz roms?
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Is it compatible with marshmallow srock touchwiz roms?

I think it should be compatible. I have not tested on touchwiz.
Please try it out and let me know if you have any issues. Ill check to fix.
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5th August 2016, 10:43 PM |#9  
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I think it should be compatible. I have not tested on touchwiz.
Please try it out and let me know if you have any issues. Ill check to fix.

Does the app makes a backup from original IMEI, MAC address, Device build number, and is it restorable.

Some reports from other similar apps that they couldnt restore default data
6th August 2016, 06:42 AM |#10  
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Does the app makes a backup from original IMEI, MAC address, Device build number, and is it restorable.

Some reports from other similar apps that they couldnt restore default data

It sounds like a good feature, I should add.
As of now, you can revert back to original identities by disabling this module within xposed installer app.
Note : You will need a reboot once, after the module is disabled.
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I could have really used this module last year for a little project I did. I wound up decompling an APK to do what I wanted. I'd suggest adding phone number as another ID value. Would be very valuable in my opinion.
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