Today, I am going to guide you step by step to install and run Backtrack on android. Recently, I’m discuss about How to Install and Run BackTrack on Windows
.Android is the best OS for penetration testing. It designed for digital forensics and penetration testing or hacking tool. It comes with many more updated tools. As the Backtrack is also available with ARM architecture which makes it possible to run Backtrack on a ARM machine such as mobiles or tablets.
Install and Run Backtrack On Android
For this tutorial you need:
– Backtrack 5 ARM
– Free space on the root of you device for backtrack 5
– A rooted device How to root Android Device
– Terminal Emulator
– AndroidVNC First thing all of these are free on Google play
OK are you ready to install backtrack on android ,Now you install Busybox ,BusyBox is installer and uninstaller Android program Busybox Download
Now you install Linux Installer ,Linux installer is a main application in this process Linux Installer Download
Open Linux Installer and click on Launch button,on your right side
click on Setting > Edit then change the file path there to your backtrack image, the .img file that you extracted.
Now you need a Terminal Emulator
Terminal Emulator will open, you just have to proceed with the installation steps, ask you for a new password, and some preferences. When it’s done you will get a red “[email protected]~#
” like the picture bellow:
You are now in backtrack! Now if you want backtrack in GUI , go to Google Play and install Android VNC
Open It when it finishes installing, and it will look like this
Now lets run Backtrack GUI with VNC viewer
To connect wth VNC we must know the port where VNC listening. Run netstat -anpt and remember the port where VNC listening. In this case the port is 5901
Open AndroidVNC and fill the form like this:
Nickname : BT5
Password : toortoor
Address : 127.0.0.1
Port : 5901
Connect it and you will see Backtrack 5 interface
When you finis using it, remember to disconnect VNC AND exit backtrack in Terminal Emulator, else it will be taking your battery in the background.
And note that Ubuntu can be installed in the same exact way, just the username and password for VNC will change.
That’s it guys, enjoy! 🙂