Network Spoofer for Android over WiFi [ARP Spoof hacks]

Network Spoofer lets you run arpspoof attacks and other fun hacks from Android, messing with your Wifi internet from your phone, just like WifiKill can kick users from Wifi.

Note: This app is just for fun, it doesn’t cause any damages to anyone other than annoyance. Use it with precaution.

The project is similar to the Upside-down-ternet project: from the phone you can flip pictures on someone’s computer upside down. There are couple of fun things you can do with this app. It lets you:

  • Flip pictures on someone’s PC.
  • Change Google searches keywords,
  • redirect websites to some other sites,
  • and many more features to come.

App works well in combination with Shark for Android – combined they allow you to capture packets when logged onto wifi networks.

Simply install from the Android Market (on a rooted device running >2.2), and download the setup files from the application. This requires about 600MB free SD card space. The program needs the phone to be rooted, and have busybox (most custom firmwares have this).

Developers can contribute at Launchpad (main project) and Sourceforge.

Download the App from Market.

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