Really, waste of time. Developers took short-cuts during the detection phase. Only tests only for 8 specific vulnerabilities.. At least two of them are unique to Netgear and Asus (one each). Tells me 14 open ports are bad and to click to fix. Gives me a few pages about remote admin for one of the ports, gives the wrong IP to fix it.. Id you don't remember your password, reset your router to factory? This is horrible advice to give random people.. Anybody who uses PPPoE (a lot of DSL customers) will be kicked offline with no instructions to fix it. Really, just a waste of time.
Much of the print on screen is jumbled and retraced over itself so it's unreadable. Only AFTER running can I read something about it sent my security info to Google(?)!!! Sheesh! Now I have to go through and change EVERYTHING! THANKS A LOT! Replying to Sericon - Whatever your written policy says, that's what your app said on the screen when I ran it.
After dismantling and reverse engineering the apk I can tell you that Jack Wiggins has no clue what he is talking about in his review. Their permissions are of legitimacy type and at no time did I see packets or anything else that should make anyone feel uneasy. Also the company that makes the app is very reputable from what I have seen. My experience: 14 years in development of smartphone apps from blackberry os 2 to windows mobile (what the os was called before windows phone) to current. Been on XDA that entire time as well. Good app and good work Edit: in response to the devs reply, I fully support this app, it has the potential to be great, my original review was spot on and I can't wait to see you develop this into a must have app for I.T. workers and the home user. Your biggest issue though I have noticed is the router vendor and model detection is so so, and this can be easily rectified by possibly adding a MAC Address Vendor lookup that your app checks to see what the router is..... just a thought
I have to say that this app surprised me.It found the hole in a neighbors Net Gear being used to hack my Mother's router through a local network and even wrote up the report.I used to test a lot of security programs and recommend it highly.
Performs some great vulnerability checks and gives instructions on how to resolve them. Not sure if it checks for all known vulnerabilities but it it seems to do a good job.
Nice app that found I was pretty secure but made a recommendation to improve it with a small change. And explained it very well for for the layman
Turns an Android phone into a W-iFi Analyzer w/18 useful router networking tools