Security News Apps!

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    • #7902
      JTD121
      Participant

      Hey all,

      Just got a new Samsung Galaxy SIII on Verizon. Rooted, unlocked bootloader, and is running 9/14/12 build of CM10 right now. Can’t wait for the final release!

      Anyway, now that I have a phone that can handle more than one application at a time (RIP Droid Eris, aka CDMA Hero), I am looking for a good security news app for Android.

      Though I don’t want this to be all about Android, but you can share apps for iOS and WP7/8, too!

      I know Rapid7 just released their SOC Monkey, but currently that’s only on iOS 🙁 I read they might look into an Android version if there was enough interest, but nothing much since. Any similar security news aggregator, aside from standards like gReader and such?

    • #49911
      cyber.spirit
      Participant

      Tenable released nessus for android:
      http://www.tenable.com/products/nessus/select- … ing-system

      Here is a good web session hijacker:
      http://www.droidsheep.de

      Pwn wifi. What a good spoofer!:
      http://toolsyard.thehackernews.com/2012/06/android-network-spoofer-pwn-wifi.html?m=1

      You can also install backtrack on your phone:
      http://www.androidegis.com/how-to/install-ubun … galaxy-s3/

      Have fun with these hacking tools and always be ETHICAL

      The good thing about android is you can hack android and android can hack others!! Lol
      Good luck

    • #49912
      cd1zz
      Participant

      Twitter! Best RSS feed I have found.

    • #49913
      S3curityM0nkey
      Participant

      +1 for Twitter

    • #49914
      Jamie.R
      Participant

      Twitter is the best for sec news I have the sec monkey and its pretty good.

    • #49915
      JTD121
      Participant

      Cyber.spirit, I wasn’t really looking for security/pentest tools on Android, but those are good to know! And putting BackTrack on my phone?  😮

      So any suggestions for Twitter feeds to follow? I mean, since I have to create an account anyway, right?  ::) Any suggestions for an Android Twitter app, too? Is the official Twitter app any good?

    • #49916
      dynamik
      Participant

      Follow @cd1zz and follow all the people he’s following 8) You’ll quickly add more as you see interesting retweets, mentions, etc.

    • #49917
      cyber.spirit
      Participant

      @JTD121 wrote:

      Cyber.spirit, I wasn’t really looking for security/pentest tools on Android, but those are good to know! And putting BackTrack on my phone?  😮

      So any suggestions for Twitter feeds to follow? I mean, since I have to create an account anyway, right?  ::) Any suggestions for an Android Twitter app, too?

      then can u please tell me what do u want? Yeah man its possible to install ubuntu or backtrack on ur cell

    • #49918
      JTD121
      Participant

      Cyber.spirit I was looking for good infosec news apps on Android, rather than tools to pentest or exploit things.

      Please don’t take offense to my comment earlier, I was just kinda surprised that you posted a bunch of stuff I didn’t ask for, but found interesting nonetheless! 🙂

    • #49919
      Jamie.R
      Participant

      kevin micknick
      dave kendy
      backtrack
      hacking news
      bsides London or wherever you are from
      2600 magazine
      hak5
      security companies in your area
      debit card <- this one is funny but good too
      Tools like wpscan,ettercap,nikto  so on
      The Dark Tangent
      Pwnie Awards
      Zero Day Initiative
      Hacker Cons
      TheHackersNews
      hackerschoice
      corelanc0d3r
      SCMagazine

      That is just a few to get you started once you start following people they re tweet stuff then you can follow others if you want.

    • #49920
      blackazarro
      Participant

      Or you can also install ChannelCaster and subscribe to InfoSecurity News. I created this channel which currently grabs about 69 popular security/malware/hacking feeds.

      Also, I recommend Tweet Lanes because it complies with the Android UI and Falcon for Twitter (awesome widget).

    • #49921
      JTD121
      Participant

      Should I install all three apps you have suggested? Can I use your channel without Channel Caster?

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