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Exploiting Android Device with Metasploit in Kali Linux

Mobile users are everywhere, regardless
knowing the technicalities everyone, everywhere are using mobile
phones. Android is the most famous mobile operating so far and at the
same time it is also vulnerable to many exploits and bugs. Infosec
professionals have previously warn about the security and in the
recent year we have also seen many cases where hackers have hacked
the mobile phones of a large user base by exploiting the
vulnerability.
Metasploit is also playing a wonderful
role in testing the security of Android OS. You can, at your place
also test the security by hacking an android phone, metasploit can
help you to do this. If you are using Kali Linux then all you need to
do is to follow the tutorial below and conduct a security assessment
by exploiting the known vulnerability.

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