Sunday, August 19, 2012

Smartphone Pentest Framework v.0.1

The Smartphone Pentest Framework (SPF) is an open source tool designed to allow users to assess the security posture of the smartphones deployed in an environment. The tool allows for assessment of remote vulnerabilities, client side attacks, social engineering attacks, post exploitation and local
privilege escalation. This is an initial release, with a subset of features from each section. SPF is the
product of DARPA Cyber Fast Track grant.  

SPF is made up of several parts that may be mixed and matched to meet users' needs. SPF v0.1 includes the following: 

• SPF Console
• SPF Web based GUI
• SPF Android App
• SPF Android Agent



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