zANTI – Android Network Toolkit
zANTI™ is a mobile penetration testing toolkit that lets security managers assess the risk level of a network with the push of a button. This easy to use mobile toolkit enables IT Security Administrators to simulate an advanced attacker to identify the malicious techniques they use in the wild to compromise the corporate network.
Uncover authentication, backdoor, and brute-force attacks, DNS and protocol-specific attacks and rogue access points using a comprehensive range of full customizable network reconnaissance scans.
Enable Security Officers to easily evaluate an organization’s network and automatically diagnose vulnerabilities within mobile devices or web sites using a host of penetration tests including, man-in-the-Middle (MITM), password cracking and metasploit.
Highlight security gaps in your existing network and mobile defenses and report the results with advanced cloud-based reporting through zConsole™. zANTI™ mirrors the methods a cyber-attacker can use to identify security holes within your network. Dash-board reporting enables businesses to see the risks and take appropriate corrective actions to fix critical security issues.
zANTI Key Fetures:
► Carrier-independent Tethering
► Audit for different traffic redirection techniques
► Over 1000 reconassiance scripts and features
► Wifi-monitoring to detect Rogue Access Points
► On-device HTTP Server
► Instant password complexity audits
► Multi-platform payloads for demonstrations
► zCONSOLE reports with real-time statistics
► Search for common vulnerabilities
► Get a detailed cloud-based report to fix recognized vulnerabilities including wise analysis for critical flaws.
► Perform password audit to check for password complexity.
► Find mis-configuration of devices firewall by detecting open ports.
► Check if network is vulnerable to MITM and common Client side, Server side vulnerabilities.
► Discover insecure traffic and cookies affecting network’s privacy.
► Visualise your network by watching captured images, recorded from unsecured network communication.