Guest Post By :Nikhalesh Singh
What is Spoofing?
Spoofing is when an attacker pretends to be someone else in order gain access to restricted resources or steal information. This type of attack can take a variety of different forms; for instance, an attacker can impersonate the Internet Protocol (IP) address of a legitimate user in order to get into their accounts. Also, an attacker may send fraudulent emails and set up fake websites in order to capture users’ login names, passwords, and account information. Faking an email or website is sometimes called a phishing attack. Another type of spoofing involves setting up a fake wireless access point and tricking victims into connecting to them through the illegitimate connection.
What is Network Spoofer ?
Network Spoofer lets you change websites on other people’s computers from an Android phone. After downloading simply log onto a Wifi network, choose a spoof to use and press start.
Please note that there is no intention for Network Spoofer to include any malicious features. This application is a fun demonstration of how vulnerable home networks are to simple attacks, with permission of the network owner - DO NOT attempt to use Network Spoofer on any corporate or other non-residential networks (eg. at school, university). It becomes very obvious when Network Spoofer is being used on a Network, and use of Network Spoofer will be considered malicious hacking by network administrators.
What are the requirements to run Network Spoofer on Android phones?
REMEMBER: ROOT ACCESS NECESSARY
500MB space in phone
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Nikhalesh Singh(Security specialist,CEH,EC-Council Certified Security Analyst)
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Description : He is Owner of website GuruNsb .He is having 3 year experience in field of Information Security. Currently working as independent Information security researcher.