Network Spoofer lets you prank computer users by changing websites that they visit, from an Android phone.
Unfortunately, Network Spoofer is no longer available from Google Play. However, it can still be downloaded here.
Please note that there is no intention for Network Spoofer to include any malicious features. This application is a fun demonstration of how vulnerable home networks are to simple attacks, with permission of the network owner – DO NOT attempt to use Network Spoofer on any corporate or other non-residential networks (eg. at school, university). It becomes very obvious when Network Spoofer is being used on a network, and use of Network Spoofer will be considered malicious hacking by network administrators. You have been warned.
Network Spoofer runs on Android devices with the following requirements:
- Which are rooted (‘su’).
- Have an SD card (or internal storage) with >450MB spare space.
- Which has Wifi
The first can be obtained by using a custom firmware such as CyanogenMod. Alternatively search on the internet for instructions on how to root your phone.
There are simply too many devices now for a list of supported devices to be maintainable, however almost all devices work. The one big exception is Motorola Droid devices, which almost always will not work. Unfortunately, this can't be fixed.