-Ninjex- wrote:Not anyone that I know of. The issue is that it's hard to secure yourself with a mobile device. While using a computer is much easier, and faster.
Skyfa11 wrote:agreed and the lack of Linux support is a pain
counterhash wrote:First post (woo!)
Letme give you a quick rundown:
iPads - no way. They don't run linux, jailbreaking is an effort not a simple command using a debug bridge, and even once it's jailbroken the hardware isnt all that good (not to mention Apple are notorious for disabling certain hardware features such as packet injection)
Personally, I use my tablet/smartphone next to me as a companion, as one would while gaming or doing something that needs a second screen. Getting tor is really easy, so I can use it for research, or some simple port scans if I want. There's also some decent suites of exploit apps out there, like dSploit, which has some great features like packet capturing and then packet falsifying.
If you decide to move away from android, though, the linux kernel works fine on ARM and the general rule of thumb with today's tech is if it doesn't utilise the GPU, it'll work the same as your PC. You can run Debian, Ubuntu (both desktop and tablet), Chrome OS and of course, Kali. As whoever it was above me said, it's a lot less suspicious and a lot more portable. Heck, why not setup an ssh link to your desktop to use as a cracker and be done with it?
In terms of phones, I have an 800mHz samsung which is only 100mHz more powerful than the pi, which can run Debian, and has some pretty decent networking suites for it.
Anyway, that's all I really got.
Skyfa11 wrote:"its not dead I still check it from time to time"
anyway do you think the hacking world will turn mobile?
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