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Mobile Penetration Testing Toolkit & Risk Assessment

Mobile Pentesting Toolkit
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Attack Simulation

With zANTI 3.0 you can simulate real-world, commonly-used mobile malicious cyber attack techniques

Quickly discover unsafe elements in your networks, and in your devices that are connected to your networks.

Mobile Security Audits Simplified

zANTI™ is a mobile penetration testing toolkit that lets security managers assess the risk level of a network with the push of a button. This easy to use mobile toolkit enables IT Security Administrators to simulate an advanced attacker to identify the malicious techniques they use in the wild to compromise the corporate network.

Conduct network scans, in different intensity levels in order to identify connected devices, their properties and their vulnerabilities.

Enable Security Officers to easily evaluate an organization’s network and automatically diagnose vulnerabilities within mobile devices or web sites using a host of penetration tests including, man-in-the-Middle (MITM), password cracking and metasploit.

Highlight security gaps in your existing network and mobile defenses and report the results with advanced cloud-based reporting through zConsole™. zANTI™ mirrors the methods a cyber-attacker can use to identify security holes within your network. Dash-board reporting enables businesses to see the risks and take appropriate corrective actions to fix critical security issues.

Measure and Assess Your Vulnerabilities

zANTI™ produces an Automated Network Map that highlights every vulnerability of a given target.

Security Settings Disclosure — For many of zANTI's features to function, zANTI™ must change the SELinux configuration on your device. We put the device into “permissive” mode so that certain commands are allowed to run. Other apps running on your device could maliciously take advantage of this lessened security setting for nefarious purposes. For this and other reasons, we highly recommend that you dedicate a device to your penetration testing activities.