Termux is an Android terminal emulator and Linux environment app that works directly with no rooting or setup required. A minimal base system is installed automatically – additional packages are available using the APT package manager. Termux is an open source and does not require root, run on the Android terminal is extremely powerful Linux simulator, support apt management software package, the perfect support python, ruby, go, nodejs. This article uses termux to build Nmap, Sqlmap, etc. to achieve support for port scanning, injection detection, and a variety of features Android phone penetration artifact.
Installation & Usage
Termux is an Android terminal app and Linux environment. You can access Termux open source project to get more info.
Install Termux from Google Play.
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You should read the Official document here.
Termux interface Press and hold the screen to display the menu items (including return, copy, paste, more), then the screen appears selectable copy cursor.
The Termux interface swings from left to right, showing a hidden navigation bar, you can create, switch, rename session sessions and call pop-up
Commonly used shortcut keys volume – key simulation (Ctrl) key
Volume – key (Ctrl) + L Clear the screen contents
Volume – key (Ctrl) + C Terminates the current operation
Volume – key (Ctrl) D exits the current session session
Volume + key + D Tab key (auto-complete command or file name)
Volume + key + W direction key (can display the previous command)
Volume + key + S direction key (can display the next command)
Volume + key + A direction key left (left cursor)
Volume + key + D direction key right (right move cursor)
Volume + key + Q display or close the extended key (ESC, insert the link CTR, ALT, TAB, -, /, | and the left slide expansion key to switch to the full function support phone input method input box)
More shortcut keys refer to the official website, a Bluetooth keyboard reader can refer to the hardware shortcut keys to use
Commonly used commands
apt update update source
apt search full text search installable package
apt install install the package
apt upgrade upgrade package
apt show Displays information about the package
apt list [–installed] Lists all (or installed) package information
apt remove Remove the package
chmod modify file permissions
chown Modify the file attribution
Install Penetration Testing Toolkit on Android
Install the basic git, wget, vim, nano, tar, zip, less, etc package
apt install git
apt install wget
apt install vim
apt install nano
apt install tar
apt install less
apt install nmap
Install python2 and sqlmap
apt install python2
git clone http://ift.tt/1gBynIw
pip2 install whatportis
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