The main feature is that similar to the Upside-down-ternet project: from the phone you can flip pictures on someone's computer upside down. It can do a few more things such as website redirecting and Google search changing, and I hope to add more features soon.
If anyone wants to contribute to the code, here are the hosted projects:
Launchpad (main project - primarily used)
This program works well in combination with Shark for Android - combined they allow you to capture packets when logged onto wifi networks.
I hope this works for you - if you have success / no luck / questions, please post in this thread. If you find this doesn't work, please post here / Email / PM me with details and (if you know how) a log output from the application (adb logcat); the tag is 'android-netspoof'.
Currently confirmed working devices:
- Nexus One - thoroughly tested with CM7 - Android 2.3.3
- T-Mobile G1 - also tested with CM6 - Android 2.2
Simply install from the Android Market (on a device running >2.2), and download the setup files from the application. This requires about 600MB free SD card space. The program needs the phone to be rooted, and have busybox (most custom firmwares have this). Once it's done, it takes only a few seconds to get it running.