anti-Android Network Toolkit is an app that uses WiFi scanning tools to scan networks. You can scan a network you have the phone connected to or you can scan any other nearby open networks. Security admins can use Anti to test network host
vulnerabilities to DoS attacks and other threats.

Working with ANTI-Android Network Toolkit

Upon opening the app, users are required to enter the username and password used for registering. Once logged in, a message pops up indicating how many Anti credits you have and gives you the option to purchase more.

The next screen shows you the local network targets. I had my phone connected to my WLAN and Anti automatically mapped my network. You can only connect to networks you can authenticate into or of course, unsecured, open ones.

I could see my subnet information as well as all connected hosts on the network. It also showed an icon of what the various hosts were on my network; for instance, a connected Windows 7 laptop was displayed with the Window icon and my Android phone with the Droid bot logo.

From this screen, additional networks can be added simply by entering their subnet information. Clicking the bottom of the screen on the WiFi logo brings up all WLANs in the proximity, so Anti also performs wireless network discovery.

When first displaying the local target screen where you can view your network, Anti asks to run an intrusive scan. This scan checks for open ports and other vulnerabilities on the network. The app scanned 256 possible IP addresses in my test network (which only has four connected devices) in 11.07 seconds. In that time, the app discovered a connected machine with 8 open ports.

There are several other tasks the app can do. Users can run a password cracker against hosts using various crack protocols. A password crack on my test network revealed the username and password to an unsecured network switch—the username and password displayed was correct, as I was able to use the credentials Anti found to Telnet into the command line interface of the switch.

With Anti, you can also connect to network devices legitimately, with proper credentials. The report feature will list all of the vulnerabilities found, giving network admins a way to perform a threat assessment

Download http://www.zimperium.com/Anti.apk

NOTE : This apk is a free version

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