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.
This tool is very useful if you’re the owner of a WiFi network. zANTI lets us test its security by simulating the most usual attacking techniques on mobile devices.
Discover unsafe elements on any wireless network
The truth is that you’re better off having a rooted device if you want to be able to make the most of all its functions. You have to bear in mind that in the case of suffering an attack carried out from a smartphone, that device will probably be rooted to be able to make use of certain hacking tools.
This network auditor comes along with a rather simple interface compared to other solutions and running its tasks is pretty straightforward. These are its main features:
- Carry out a wide range of network scans of different intensity to identify connected devices, properties, and vulnerabilities.
- Carry out diagnoses and calculate the penetration level with MITM (man-in-the-middle) tests, password cracking, and metasploits.
- Extract reports and share them with zConsole, the service for developers that allows them to identify security breaches.
And of course, you shouldn’t use this app to steal your neighbor’s WiFi.