AhMyth: Android Remote Administration Tool

AhMyth has many features you would expect to see in a RAT such as Geo location monitoring, SMS modules, Contact Lists Viewer, File Manager, Camera Snapshots, Microphone recorder and much more. AhMyth is very easy to use due to its simple and effective GUI design. AhMyth is multi-platform remote access tool it is available for Linux, Windows & Apple OS.

Android Remote Administration Tool AhMyth consists of two parts :

Server side: desktop application based on electron framework (control panel)
Client side: android application (backdoor)

 

Prerequisite:

 

  • Electron (to start the app)
  • Java (to generate apk backdoor)
  • Electron-builder and electron-packer (to build binaries for (OSX,WINDOWS,LINUX))
  • git clone https://github.com/AhMyth/AhMyth-Android-RAT.git
  • cd AhMyth-Android-RAT
  • npm start
  • Download a binary from https://github.com/AhMyth/AhMyth-Android-RAT/releases
  • Java (to generate apk backdoor)

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