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Google’s Messenger app gets renamed “Android Messages” http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwvsmGuDk

TUTORIAL FOR INSTALLING AND RUNNING KALI LINUX ON ANDROID SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS

Kali Linux is one the best love operating system of white hat hackers, security researchers and pentesters. It offers advanced penetration testing tool and its ease of use means that it should be a part of every security professional’s toolbox.

Penetration testing involves using a variety of tools and techniques to test the limits of security policies and procedures. Now a days more and more apps are available on Android operating system for smartphones and tablets so it becomes worthwhile to have Kali Linux on your smartphone as well.

Kali Linux on Android smartphones and tablets allows researchers and pentesters to perform ” security checks” on things like cracking wep Wi-Fi passwords, finding vulnerabilities/bugs or cracking security on websites.  This opens the door to doing this from a mobile device such as a phone or a tablet.

You can also install Kali Linux Distribution in your
Android smartphone by following the instructions below  :

(Rooted Android smartphone/tablet required for this installation)

Keep the following thing ready for the installation :

  • Fully charged Android Phone
  • Good Internet Connection(For Download Kali Linux images)
  • Root Permission (Rooting Guide for Every Phone)
  • Atleast 5GB  Free Space

Step 1. Download Linux Deploy App in Your Android Mobile from Google Play Store.

Tutorial for installing and running Kali Linux on Android smartphones and tablets
                                                                      Linux Deploy
                                                                      Developer: meefik

                                                                      Price: Free

Step 2. Install and open Linux Deploy App in your mobile and click on download Icon.
Tutorial for installing and running Kali Linux on Android smartphones and tablets
Step 3. Change the Distribution of Your Linux to Kali Linux.
How to Install and run Kali Linux on any Android Smartphone
Step 4.  Go to Top of the screen and hit the Install button. This will take about 5 minutes provided you have a good Internet connection.
How to Install and run Kali Linux on any Android Smartphone
Step 5. Download Android VNC Viewer App from Google Play Store.

Tutorial for installing and running Kali Linux on Android smartphones and tablets

  Developer: RealVNC Limited

  Price: Free

Step 6. After installing, enter below  settings in your VNC Android App.

How to Install and run Kali Linux on any Android Smartphone

Step 7. Click the Connect Button in VNC Viewer App.

Now you are done and you will be able to run Kali Linux in your Android smartphone or tablet. Check the video tutorial below for a step by step procedure:

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Here’s our best look yet at Nokia’s rumored Android smartphone, which could launch early next year.

Source: Nokia C1 Android phone leaks out in new renders

In recent months it seems like machine learning has been primarily used to make nightmarish eye-riddled hellscapes and misidentify Star Trek planets as waffle irons. But we’re not just teaching machines to identify patterns for our own amusement — they could make also make our lives easier. Qualcomm’s new Smart Protect technology could be one such example. The chip maker today detailed the new feature, available on its upcoming Snapdragon 820 processor: a hardware-based anti-malware solution that Qualcomm says will monitor the behavior of apps on a device, detecting and classifying any that are deemed suspicious or anomalous.

QUALCOMM’S NEW CHIP WILL MONITOR FOR MALICIOUS ACTIVITY

Currently most anti-malware apps available on mobile devices rely on a list of known threats, meaning that malicious software can be fairly easily tweaked to bypass their security measures. Rather than relying on these lists to identify nefarious software, Smart Protect will monitor what’s actually happening on your smartphone, tablet, or other mobile device, making it possible to warn users of unexpected activity. Asaf Ashkenazi, director of Qualcomm’s product management, says users will get “nearly instantaneous notifications of detected privacy violations and malicious activity,” and because the technology is baked into the hardware itself, these reports will be possible offline and without draining your phone’s battery excessively.

The feature is set to become available on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 processors when they launch next year. The company says it’s already working with security firms, including Avast, AVG, and Lookout, using an API to tie Smart Protect into their commercially available apps, meaning users will be able to take advantage of its capabilities.

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Wanna hide some items from gallery;) from your android phone? Are you tired of trying different apps which eats your memory!!! Need a solution. Huh?? Here it is.You may already know this. If yes, share it with your friends.

If you access some folders in your android phone with your file manager you can see a file with name “.no media“. Just copy that file to the folder you need. The contents in that folder will never shown in the gallery. Enjoy!!!