Expliot alternatives

Looking for an alternative tool to replace Expliot? During the review of Expliot we looked at other open source tools. Based on their category, tags, and text, these are the ones that have the best match.

Top 3

  1. RouterSploit (exploitation and testing for embedded devices)
  2. Btlejack (Bluetooth Low Energy Swiss-army knife)
  3. BTLE-Sniffer (fingerprint Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices)

These tools are ranked as the best alternatives to Expliot.

Alternatives (by score)

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RouterSploit

Introduction

RouterSploit is a framework to exploit embedded devices such as cameras and routers. It can be used during penetration testing to test the security of a wide variety of devices. RouterSploit comes with several modules to scan and exploit the devices. The tool helps in all steps, like from credential testing to deploying a payload to perform an exploitation attempt.

Project details

RouterSploit is written in Python.

Strengths and weaknesses

  • + More than 50 contributors
  • + More than 6000 GitHub stars
  • + The source code of this software is available

    Typical usage

    • Penetration testing
    • Self-assessment
    • Software testing
    • Vulnerability scanning

    RouterSploit review

    85

    Btlejack

    Introduction

    Btlejack is a security tool that provides all options to sniff, jam, and hijack Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices. It can be used during security assessments to test the security of devices that use Bluetooth as a communication protocol.

    Project details

    Btlejack is written in Python.

    Strengths and weaknesses

    • + The source code of this software is available

      Typical usage

      • Bluetooth security testing
      • Connection hijacking
      • Security assessment

      Btlejack review

      64

      BTLE-Sniffer (btlesniffer)

      Introduction

      BTLE-Sniffer is a scanning tool that scans Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices and tries to identify them. Read how it works in this tool review.

      Project details

      64

      WarBerryPi

      Introduction

      WarBerryPi is a toolkit to provide a hardware implant during Physical penetration testing or red teaming. The primary goal of the tool is to obtain as much information as possible, in a short period of time. The secondary goal is to be stealthy to avoid detection. As the name implies, the tool can be used on a small device like a RaspberryPi.

      Another use-case of WarBerryPi is to be an entry point to the network. In that case, a 3G connection is suggested, to avoid the outgoing network filtering (egress rules).

      Project details

      WarBerryPi is written in Python.

      Strengths and weaknesses

      • + More than 2000 GitHub stars
      • + The source code of this software is available
      • - Minimal or no documentation available
      • - No releases on GitHub available

      Typical usage

      • Information gathering
      • Information snooping
      • Penetration testing
      • Red teaming

      WarBerryPi review

      60

      Termineter

      Introduction

      Termineter is a framework written in Python to assist with testing the security of smart meters. It can be used during development or afterward to test supported devices.

      Project details

      Termineter is written in Python.

      Strengths and weaknesses

      • + The source code of this software is available

        Typical usage

        • Hardware security

        Termineter review

        64

        btfind (Bluetooth Finder)

        Introduction

        This tool lacks documentation, so the review is limited at this moment.

        Project details

        btfind is written in Python.

        Strengths and weaknesses

        • + The source code of this software is available
        • - Minimal or no documentation available

        Typical usage

        • Asset discovery
        • Network scanning

        btfind review

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