Network Spoofer Android

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Network Spoofer is an Android tool that allows us to redirect browsing on other devices connected to the same Wi-Fi network and play pranks on other users

Play pranks and change browsing on other devices connected to your network

August 30, 2019
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If you detect intruders connected to your Wi-Fi, you can give them a little scare by using Network Spoofer. This is an application which allows you to play around with different stuff on other devices that are connected to the same wireless network as you.

A Wi-Fi tool for playing pranks

First of all, your phone will need to have root access. If it has that, this tool allows you to play all kinds of tricks on any device connected to the same Wi-Fi network as you, whether it be a mobile phone or a PC. For example, you can redirect its traffic to a specific website or change its Google searches. All with just one click.

The application has a series of commands which you simply need to turn on to get them running. Using configuration options, you can choose which device you want to mess around with. These are some of the pranks you can play:

  • Change all of the pictures on the web pages visited.
  • Flip pictures.
  • Change Google search results.
  • Redirect website traffic from your phone.
  • Replace any YouTube video with a Rick Roll.
  • Change text.

It is a great way of teaching anyone who has snuck into your network without permission a lesson, or of simply playing a prank on those who are legitimately there. The app is not designed or intended to be malicious.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Requires a rooted smartphone.
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.0.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
Elies Guzmán

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