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Kali NetHunter turns Android device into hacker Swiss Army knife

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#1 NickAu


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Posted 23 September 2014 - 03:50 PM


One of the tools we've leaned on heavily in some of our lab testing of software privacy and security is Kali Linux. The Debian-based operating system comes packaged with a collection of penetration testing and network monitoring tools curated and developed by the security training company Offensive Security. Today, the Kali developer team and Offensive Security released a new Kali project that runs on a Google Nexus device. Called NetHunter, the distribution provides much of the power of Kali with the addition of a browser-driven set of tools that can be used to launch attacks on wireless networks or on unattended computers via a USB connection.

Kali NetHunter turns Android device into hacker Swiss Army knife


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