Want to hack any device well you can do it, however, this article is only for Learning purposes and is highly recommended not to use it for any malicious activity.

Today we are going to learn hacking of any device with Payload. The Payload can be used to hack any device. Today we will focus on Android phones. So we are going to use Msfvenom with Fatrat and Ngrock for assigning a port.

What is Metasploit?

The Metasploit framework is one of the most popular and powerful tools that cybercriminals, as well as ethical hackers, use to probe systematic vulnerabilities on networks. Since it’s an open-source framework, it can be easily customized and used with various operating systems.

Also, Read: How To Hack Wifi Just In 5 Minutes

With this tool, the pen testing team can use ready-made or custom code and introduce it into a network to probe for weak spots.

Metasploit hack any device

Metasploit is used by everyone from the evolving field of DevSecOps pros to hackers. It’s helpful to anyone who needs an easy to install, reliable tool that gets the job done regardless of which platform or language is used. The software is popular with hackers and widely available, which reinforces the need for security professionals to become familiar with the framework even if they don’t use it.

Metasploit now includes more than 1677 exploits organized over 25 platforms, including Android, PHP, Python, Java, Cisco, and more. The framework also carries nearly 500 payloads, some of which include:

  • Command shell payloads that help users to run scripts or random commands.
  • Dynamic payloads
  • Meterpreter payloads that allow users to commandeer device monitors using VMC
  • Static payloads that enable port forwarding and communications between networks

This is my video for a better understanding. You can see how it works.

In the above video, I had shown only webcam access, But you can get full access to a phone like Reading and sending messages, call logs, pictures, and videos on the phone.

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