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Black hat tools for Android?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by nycdude, Mar 19, 2014.

  1. nycdude

    nycdude Regular Member

    Oct 1, 2009
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    Hey BHW, long time no see?

    I've been out of the loop for awhile, haven't even really been online. I'm starting to get the fever again for some IM.

    Because I have no idea what's been happening lately, I'm going to post this in the lounge. I already did a forum search and I don't think anyone is asking/talking about this, or I'm really really behind and need to catch up.

    I have been without a PC for about 6 months now, I do have an Android tablet which I use for everything I need Internet related.

    I don't know about you guys, but I love Android now, probably more than Windows. The OS is so stable and tablets are getting better and better, my next purchase will probably be the Samsung 12.2. Its so choice.

    Anyways, I've always liked using bots to help with IM. There are some remarkable bot builders on this forum and a lot of their creations have been helpful to me in the past.

    There are no Android black hat bots available, none that I know of anyway. However I see a way to make some. They wouldn't be very powerful since Android processors pale in comparison to a PC's, though they would be a different approach.

    There are some pretty cool apps for Android like "Tasker", it's kind of like Winautomation and you can automate any task on your tablet.

    Tasker is cool because there are a lot of 3rd party plugins that can help even further, including making stand alone apps that can be shared and installed as .apk files.

    There are Tasker plugins that can change the IP address via OpenVPN plugins too. That I find interesting.

    I'm just kicking an idea around, I already have Tasker installed and it's just like Winautomation. I've already made a few test tasks like downloading webpage source codes and doing a few regex operations with it. I see a lot of potential.

    Any thoughts?

    Here's an interesting article about Tasker