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Androrat (Fork/Silent Edition)
Remote Administration Tool for Android
Androrat is a client/server application developed in Java Android for the client-side and in Java/Swing for the Server.
The name Androrat is a mix of Android and RAT (Remote Access Tool).
It has been developed in a team of 4 for a university project. It has been realized in one month. The goal of the application is to give control of the android system remotely and retrieve pieces of information from it.
The project contains the following folders:
This is the main GUI where all the clients connected appears. The list is dynamically updated when a new client connects or is disconnected. Moreover, a log of all connections and global Information are shown in the log panel at the bottom of the window. A simple double-click on a client opens his window to interact with him.
All the actions with a client can be made in the client window which is articulated around tabs. The default tab is called Home and provide various functionalities. First, as we can see in the left scroll view all the information about the client like sim Infos, battery Infos, network Infos, sensors Infos etc. On the right, there are the options that allow remotely to change the configuration of the client like the ip and port to connect to, either or not wait for a trigger to intent server connection etc. Finally, quick actions can be performed in this tab like a toast message, do vibrate the phone or open an URL.
The two screenshots below show two other tabs for two functionalities which are respectively getting contacts and geolocation. As you can see on the get contacts panel the list on the left shows all contacts the name, the phone number and the picture if available. Moreover on the right three buttons allows getting more information about the selected contact to send him a SMS or call him. For Geolocation, we can choose our provider either GPS either network that uses google to locate. Then the streaming can be started and the map will be updated as soon as data has been received.
Note: I am not the author of this software, it is forked and slightly edited. I may make changes to it to fix bugs as I go along, but I am not a java programmer at heart, and only have this here for my own use in testing.