cSploit Android

1.6.6 cSploit is a tool 'dressed up' as a security kit for Android which allows you to gain access to devices which are connected to the same network as you
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Even though the developers of this application say that it is for auditing security we don't imagine for a second that you are going to use cSploit to check your network security. Anyway, you should know that it provides a full tool kit that can be used to test the consistency of a WiFi network and of all of the devices connected to it.

Main features and functions of cSploit

These are the main features offered by this tool which is used for breaking into other devices:

  • Maps out your internal network.
  • Detects all of the devices connected to it.
  • Adds hosts to your network.
  • Built-in Traceroute.
  • Searches for hosts in order to detect vulnerabilities.
  • Metasploit.
  • Adjusts different parameters in systems to which an exploit has been applied.
  • DNS Spoofing.
  • Captures files within the network.

If you download it, don't freak out when a billion anti-virus flags pop up marking it as potentially dangerous: applications that are used for this kind of things, to audit a network's security, are usually flagged as malicious by a wide range of anti-malware programs, but downloading and installing it doesn't mean you will be infected by malware.

Requirements and additional information:
  • cSploit is flagged as dangerous by many anti-virus programs due to the nature of its functions. Its installation and running does NOT lead to any malware infection.
  • Requires the use of a rooted device.
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 2.3.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
Sean Mitchell
Sean Mitchell
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