Why do they call it network auditing if they mean stealing your neighbor’s WiFi? Call it however you want, but AndroDumpper is an application designed to try to access WiFi networks for which you haven’t got the password. It’s a legal app since it was initially conceived for you to diagnose the security level of your own home connection… as you’ll be able to read in the app.
Application to crack wireless networks
This is the main purpose of downloading this APK, accessing a wireless network without knowing its password. We have to point out that it isn’t possible on all networks as it depends on their security level but it’s always worth trying it out. It comes along with a well-designed interface and a great presentation, unlike other applications of the same nature that are usually quite chaotic. However, it’s full of adverts. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
|App Download Version||3.11|
|Last Updated||Feb. 7, 2019|
|App by||Osama Abukmail|
|Category||Free Tools App|
|Support Android Version||Android 16 and above|
So you’ve landed on this page looking for an app to audit your home network… I see…
You won’t need any kind of tutorial to learn how to use this Android application. You only need to know that there are two methods to access WiFi networks with this app:
- Root method: for rooted devices and is compatible with any operating system.
- No root method: smartphones and tablets without super-user permissions can make use of its functions if they run Android 5.0 or above. So if you’ve got an Android 4.4.4 you can forget about using it… unless you root it, of course.
The creator of AndroDumpper (WPS Connect) has also created a dictionary with keys to be combined with a brute-force attack that can be viewed in a file uploaded by the developer to Google Drive. Bear in mind that this is the method used by the weakest security systems.
In any case, we should remind you that stealing is evil, so only use this app to check if your network is safe. Any other use is naughty. Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.1.
AndroDumpper is an application that you can use to find out if your access point is vulnerable to WPS protocol. As usual, the application lets you carry out this check on any network, but it’s recommended to use it exclusively on your own.
To use the application correctly, you’ll need to have a rooted device and the app Busybox installed. Even if this is not the case, you can still use the application, but the check without rooted privileges is less reliable.
AndroDumpper is an application with some really interesting features. Not only does it let you verify the security of your point of access, but it also lets you see all the passwords for all the WiFi networks that you have connected to from that Android device.