AndroDumpper is a piece of software that tests your internet access point in order to find out if it's weak to WPS protocols
- Osama Abukmail
AndroDumpper is a piece of software that tests your internet access point in order to find out if it's weak to WPS protocols. You can use the software to test the strength of any network, but most experts would agree that you should only use it on networks that you exclusively control.
Using the software is exceptionally easy. First, you'll need a mobile device that has been rooted. On this device, you'll need to install the Busybox app. It is possible to use the AndroDumpper software without these stipulations in place, but it will reduce the reliability of the check since it will lack root privileges.
There are several unique features in AndroDumpper that make it stand out from the crowd. First, it offers the obvious benefit of finding out it your access point needs additional security. This is just the start, though. You can also use the software to view passwords for any connected WiFi networks, which helps ensure maximum security in your own system.
This latest version of the software is incredibly sleek, and it takes up almost no space on your device. It is also completely free to use, which is a nice perk considering the complexity of the tool.