Hacking Top 20 Most Popular Hacking Tools in 2022 by KitPloit December 28, 2022 written by KitPloit December 28, 2022 0 comment As last year, this year we made a ranking with the most popular tools between January and December 2022. Without going into further details, we have prepared a useful list of the most popular tools in Kitploit 2022: Zphisher – Automated Phishing Tool CiLocks – Android LockScreen Bypass Arkhota – A Web Brute Forcer For Android GodGenesis – A Python3 Based C2 Server To Make Life Of Red Teamer A Bit Easier. The Payload Is Capable To Bypass All The Known Antiviruses And Endpoints AdvPhishing – This Is Advance Phishing Tool! OTP PHISHING Modded-Ubuntu – Run Ubuntu GUI On Your Termux With Much Features Android-PIN-Bruteforce – Unlock An Android Phone (Or Device) By Bruteforcing The Lockscreen PIN Android_Hid – Use Android As Rubber Ducky Against Another Android Device Cracken – A Fast Password Wordlist Generator, Smartlist Creation And Password Hybrid-Mask Analysis Tool HackingTool – ALL IN ONE Hacking Tool For Hackers Arbitrium-RAT – A Cross-Platform, Fully Undetectable Remote Access Trojan, To Control Android, Windows And Linux Weakpass – Rule-Based Online Generator To Create A Wordlist Based On A Set Of Words Geowifi – Search WiFi Geolocation Data By BSSID And SSID On Different Public Databases BITB – Browser In The Browser (BITB) Templates Blackbird – An OSINT Tool To Search For Accounts By Username In 101 Social Networks Espoofer – An Email Spoofing Testing Tool That Aims To Bypass SPF/DKIM/DMARC And Forge DKIM Signatures Pycrypt – Python Based Crypter That Can Bypass Any Kinds Of Antivirus Products Grafiki – Threat Hunting Tool About Sysmon And Graphs VLANPWN – VLAN Attacks Toolkit linWinPwn – A Bash Script That Automates A Number Of Active Directory Enumeration And Vulnerability Checks Happy New Year wishes the KitPloit team! Source: Read More Share 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinTelegramEmail previous post Cybersecurity firm links Piers Morgan Twitter hack to leak of 400m records next post Container Verification Bug Allows Malicious Images to Cloud Up Kubernetes You may also like Chinese hackers used recently patched FortiOS SSL-VPN flaw as a zero-day in October January 20, 2023 Massive Credential Stuffing Campaign Hits 35,000 PayPal Users January 20, 2023 ReasonLabs Releases Annual Report Highlighting Consumer Cyber Threats January 20, 2023 BitKeep to Reimburse Hacking Victims by March January 20, 2023 Hat trick: Mailchimp hacked for the third time in one year January 20, 2023 Not sure if this is hacking… More web page tracking? January 20, 2023 Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.