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Sunday, 25 August 2013

INSTALL BACKTRACK IN ANDROID CEll PHONE!!!

Backtrack is an open source Linux distribution for penetration testing. The best thing about

backtrack is that it offers a lot of integrated penetration tools for security researchers

and ethical hackers to penetrate a network. Now a days almost 60% of total elite security

researchers are using backtrack for its efficiency and simplicity. Backtrack comes in

various flavors including arm version also. Android mobile phone also
uses arm processors so we can install an arm version of backtrack on android devices by

following some easy steps. So today we are sharing an android trick which will guide you

“How to install Linux backtrack on android phone”, if you follow this tutorial Then your old

android operating system will not be affected. It means that you can use two operating

systems on your android phone on a same time.

Things required:

1) Rooted android phone.
2) 5 gb free external memory.
3) Terminal emulator android application.
4) Android vnc.
5) Backtrack operating system [arm version]
6) BusyBox android application.
7) 7zip windows utility.

How to install Linux backtrack on android phone:

1) Download 7zip windows utility from this

link.http://sourceforge.net/projects/sevenzip/files/7-Zip/9.20/7z920.exe/download?use_mirror=kaz
2) Download backtrack operating system arm version from

here.www.backtrack-linux.org/ajax/download_redirect.php?id=BT5-GNOME-ARM.7z

3) After download, extract the downloaded folder (BT5-GNOME-ARM.7z) to hard disk using 7zip.

4) Open the extracted folder and extract the bt5.img.gz folder using 7zip inside the

extracted folder. Once done you will see something like this.

backtrack arm version

5) Now connect your memory card to your pc and create a new folder named BT5 in memory card.

6) Now copy all the extracted files to BT5 folder.

7) Download Busybox android application from here

(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=stericson.busybox&hl=en) and install it on

your android device. Busybox need rooted android phone to run, so kindly make sure that your

android phone is rooted. Once done start Busybox and move to next step.

Download Terminal emulator from here

(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jackpal.androidterm&hl=en) and android vnc

from here (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=android.androidVNC&hl=en) and

install it on your android device.

9) Once done, open terminal emulator and type these commands.

su and press enter.
cd/sdcard/BT5 and press enter.
sh bootbt and press enter.
tightvncserver –geometry 1280×800 and then press enter.
export USER=root and press enter.
vncpasswd and press enter then create a new password.

10) Now open android vnc and enter the password which we entered in last step.

11) Once done, enter port as (5901 or 5902 or 5903 so on) in android vnc. one thing to

notice that sometimes when we enter a port number it show us connection error because that

port is being used by another application, so we have to try a series of ports starting from

5901, if not work then 5902, and so on until we get a working port.

12) After this click on “Connect” button on android vnc and we are done. We will be in

backtrack GUI mode.

FIDA HUSSAIN

I am Fida Hussain,a computer student from Pakistan. Right from the day one I was introduced to computers,I had a passion for Hacking and Information security. So,I started this blog in 2012 to share my views and ideas with the world.

1 comments:

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