Itzhak Avraham - A Security researcher just unveiled an app called Anti, or Android Network Toolkit at Defcon hacker conference in Las Vegas Friday and plans to make available to Android in coming days. The app is designed to bring easy hacking on the go which brings all the hacking tools available to penetration testers on PCs to smartphones, with an automated interface intended to make sniffing local networks and owning remote servers as simple as pushing a few buttons.
While Anti will be great for researcher to do mobile pen testing, it could be very dangerous and a hacker could, for instance, walk into a coffee shop or a corporate office with his phone and connect in public WiFI to start sussing out machines for data theft or malware infection. Here is what Avraham says:
“Anti is your perfect mobile companion, doing it all for you. Please remember, with great power comes great responsibility. Use it wisely.”
Anti, will be available on Android Market next week as a free app with a $10 corporate upgrade and will ask users in its terms of service to limit their hacking to “white hat” penetration testing. Stay tuned with us at Facebook and Twitter, Google Plus to get update on latest Android News, Apps, games and Live Wallpapers. source.