ADB-Toolkit - Tool for testing your android device and hack someone android phone

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ADB-Toolkit is a BASH Script with 28 options and a METASPLOIT Section which has 6 options and is made to do easy penetration testing on Android devices. You can do pretty much anything with this script and test whether your android device is safe or not. This script is made with the help of ADB (Android Debug Bridge) it's a tool that is used for the developers for debugging the android device but as we know everything has its two sides a good and a bad and I'm not telling you to do bad things but we don't do illegal things or FBI will find you.

( Don't use with wrong intentions )

Note: I'm not responsible for anything you do to anyone with this tool this does not come under my responsibility.

METASPLOIT SECTION: This section consists of scripts that are related to Metasploit payload and you can create a payload and install it and launch it without even touching the phone and you know the power of Metasploit.

Changelogs

Changelog v2.32

Added vesion checking code
Really big bug fixes
Wiki in made

Changelog V2.3

Added multi device support, now 3 
Added support to Arch, Fedora, Centos
Added option to restart the ADB server or not in the beginning of the script
Added Option to clear screen when a specfic option is done executing
Fix the Exit option (Not Working)
Simplified the Remote connection establishment
Fix 100's of Bugs
Specified the directories for pulling the data
Make the script executable from any where in shell (Fixed)

Changelog V2.1

Added Metasploit Section

Added option to restart the ADB server or not in the beginning of the script

Added 7 more options :-
1. COPY ALL DEVICE STORAGE
2. COPY A SPECIFIED FILE OR FOLDER
3. PUT A FILE IN VICTIMS DEVICE 
4. LAUNCH AN APPLICATION
5. CHECK IS PHONE ROOTED OR NOT
6. HANG THE PHONE ( Rooted Phone )
7. SEND SMS FROM THE PHONE

Fixed the Remote connection not establishing
Make the script executable from any where in shell

Prerequisite

Before using this tool you must enable USB-Debugging from the developer settings from the Android setting and then you are good to go.

1. Go to settings
2. Go to About device/tablet
3. Tap Build Number 7 times
4. Developer options will occur
5. Go to Developer options
6. Search for Usb Debugging & Install via USB 
7. Turn those settings on

Installation

I suggest please reinstall the toolkit or git pull it for every new release

git clone https://github.com/ASHWIN990/ADB-Toolkit.git

cd ADB-Toolkit

sudo chmod +x install.sh

sudo ./install.sh -i "or" sudo bash install.sh -i

Usage

sudo ./ADB-Toolkit.sh 

or you can do

sudo bash ADB-Toolkit.sh

or you can also do

sudo adb-toolkit any where in shell

ADB-Toolkit Screenshot

Metasploit Section Screenshot

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

Author

More: https://github.com/ASHWIN990/ADB-Toolkit

April 29, 2022

Author

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