If you’re one of the millions of Android users who’ve recently had to deal with a security hole that has been exploited by the likes of WannaCry, you’re probably wondering what it’s like to be in that position.
With a patch to the exploit still out, it’s possible to get your phone infected with the exploit code without needing to open a terminal or reboot.
How to hack your Android phone using a terminal hack How to exploit the vulnerability: You need to have root access on your device, and you need to run a program that’s not available on the Play Store.
The easiest way to do that is to install a modified version of a popular Android security app called WannaCrypt.
To do this, download the WannaCyberGhost app, unzip the app, and then run the WannacryGhost app from the root directory.
Once you’re in the root folder, you’ll find a .bat file that looks something like this: To get root access, go to the root app directory.
If you’ve installed the WANACRYGhost app on your phone, then you can just open the WANNACRYGATE.bat file from the app directory and execute it.
If you’re not on a phone with root access installed, you can install the WMAVEShell app, run it and run it again.
This should get you root access.
Now open the APK file in the WanaCyberGarden.exe program and run the file again.
This will launch the APKit.exe app.
This is the executable that will run when you connect your phone to the internet, and it should start the WAMAShell app.
You can use the Wamax tool to verify that this is working properly.
Open the APKT file and it will tell you to “open APK” or “load APK”.
If you load APK it will load the APKIemuxer.exe executable file, which is the one that will open the Android’s application manager, and that’s the program you need.
The APK will also include the APkkit.dll file.
There are some other things you can do to get root.
Open the file in another program and change the name to something else.
Change the permissions of the file to read-only and change its location to /system/app/ and then restart the phone.
If you want to see if this exploit works, open up a terminal window and type: If your phone is on a rooted device, it should open up the APOKeternal.exe file and then show you the following screen: Press Enter to confirm.
If you’ve had this exploit in the past, you should see the message “Your phone is not running WannaCypherGhost, so you need root access”.
So what’s the fix?
The best way to fix this exploit is to update your phone’s kernel to fix the security hole.
This patch can be found here: http://www.securityfocus.com/security-articles/update-your-android-kernel-to-fix-a-security-hole-android/ To download the latest version of the kernel patch, you need an Android Security Update (ASU).
Download the latest update from here.
For more on the root exploit, see this article: https://blog.cyber.com.au/2015/03/24/cyber-security/how-to%E2%80%99t-hack-your.html