Are you looking for a step by step guide to install Metasploit on your android device using Termux terminal without bundle error? Then you are at the right place. (No root required)
Termux terminal is one of the most popular applications which allows you to run linux commands on your android device. Termux provides you a wide range of customization and incredible features. You can install and run node.js, c++, ruby and many programming languages with ease.
Metasploit is a popular penetration testing project which supports a wide variety of platforms, including termux. Termux provides you a simple and easy modules management tool so that you can install metasploit and other popular libraries within a couple of seconds. You can use metasploit module to –
- Access remote server through open ssh,
- Create malicious apk and pdf files,
- Create a listener on a port,
- Create malicious php files,
- Hack any website,
- Hack Wifi, etc.
Install Metasploit using Termux on Android without error
Note: If you have already installed the termux terminal in your android device then make sure that termux is granted access to the internal as well as external or sd card storage. If you are not able to access the storage then run ‘termux-setup-storage’ without quotes. A pop up box will appear asking permission to grant access to the storage, then tap allow.
Step 1: Upgrade the packages
The very first thing which you need to do is upgrade all the packages, including security patches of your terminal. For upgrading to the latest version of the packages, run the below command.
apt update && apt upgrade
Step 2: Install Curl packages
Now you need to run the below command for installing CURL packages.
apt-get install curl
Step 3: Download Metasploit library
Run the below command one by one in order to download Metasploit library.
pkg install wget
Step 4: Make the Metasploit library executable
Once you have installed the metasploit library. Then, you need to run the below command to navigate to the metasploit folder.
And then run the below command to make the file executable.
chmod +x metasploit.sh
Step 5: Install Metasploit Framework
Now you have to run the below command in order to install the metasploit framework on your terminal.
Step 5: Start Metasploit and run native commands
Now the metasploit framework is successfully installed in your terminal. Now you need to type and run the below command to start the metasploit.
Done. You can now start hacking websites, WiFi network, etc.
I found that most of the contents across the internet are outdated and no longer works. And so, I have published this article and so that you do not have to face any difficulty with respect to installation.
Let’s see the Frequently asked questions,
How to fix an error parsing `Gemfile
Most of the time you might face Gemfile error while installing metasploit framework on termux terminal. The problem arises due to not having the required modules for the terminal. You can easily solve the problem by running the below command. The command usually installs the Gemfile modules and its dependencies in the terminal’s packages library.
pkg install gem bundler
How to fix payload permission denied
The other problem which you might face during installation is payload permission denied error. The problem arises due to termux api and setup-storage not configured properly. So you need to run the below command one by one.
apt install termux-api
And then you can create Payload.
As there are many contents across the web which are outdated and they no longer work. I have tried my best to show you a step by step guide to install Metasploit framework using termux on android without bundle error.
There are also so many alternatives to termux that you can try and use on your device. However, no terminal is much more flexible than the termux emulator which comes with a wide variety of features such as python compilation, web scraping, website hacking, and lots more.
If you want to enhance the power of termux then I would suggest you try the additional add-on which is freely available at the F-droid open source repository. You should make sure that you have downloaded and installed the open source version of termux from f-droid repo, because all these add-on are available free there.
The Google play store and f-droid repo have different versions of termux terminal and so the additional add-on from f-droid repo does not work with the play store version of termux.
Thanks. You can comment in the comment box below, if you have any questions arising in your mind or facing any error apart from Gemfile and payload issues.