December 8, 2022

In this tutorial/article you’ll get everything to know about L3MON. From Setup installation to how to use and solve all types of errors, You’re facing right now. So please read the full article or watch the full video to get a better understanding.

What is L3MON?

Before we get into it we need to know a little bit about l3mon. So basically L3MON is A cloud-based remote Android management suite, powered by NodeJS. Built as a side project, our aim for this project was to build an open-source featureful remote Android hacking or management suite, something that appeared to be non-existent.

What can we do with l3mon?

Some of L3MONs many features include:

  • GPS Logging
  • Microphone Recording
  • View Contacts
  • SMS Logs
  • Send SMS
  • Call Logs
  • View Installed Apps
  • Live Clipboard Logging
  • Live Notification Logging
  • View WiFi Networks (logs previously seen)
  • File Explorer & Downloader
  • Command Queuing
  • Built-In APK Builder

So let’s get into this.

For more details watch the full instructional video.

Prerequisites

What do you need before we start the installation?

  • Java Runtime Environment 8
    • See installation for OS specifics
  • NodeJs
  • A Server

Also Read: How to Hack android device.

Installation

Install JRE 8 (We cannot stress this enough USE java 1.8.0 ANY issues that don’t use this will be closed WITHOUT a response)

  • Debian, Ubuntu, Etc
    • sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jre
  • Fedora, Oracle, Red Hat, etc
    • su -c "yum install java-1.8.0-openjdk"
  • Windows
    • click HERE for downloads

Install NodeJS Using Package Manager

Instructions Here (If you can’t figure this out, you shouldn’t really be using this)

Note: The packages on this page are maintained and supported by their respective packagers, not the Node.js core team. Please report any issues you encounter to the package maintainer. If it turns out your issue is a bug in Node.js itself, the maintainer will report the issue upstream.

  1. Node.js binary distributions are available from NodeSource.

Alternatives

Packages compatible with Debian and Ubuntu-based Linux distributions are available via Node.js snaps.

install PM2

npm install pm2 -g

Download and Extract the latest release from HERE

In the extracted folder, run these commands

npm install

<– install dependencies

pm2 start index.js

<– start the script

pm2 startup

<– to run L3MON on startup

Set a Username & Password

  1. Stop L3MON pm2 stop index
  2. Open maindb.json in a text editor
  3. under admin
    • set the username as plain text
    • set the password as a LOWERCASE MD5 hash
  4. save the file
  5. run pm2 restart all

In your browser navigate to

http://<SERVER IP>:22533

It’s recommended to run L3MON behind a reverse proxy such as NGINX

Notes

When opening an issue, you MUST use the provided templates. Issues without this will not receive support quickly and will be put to the bottom of the figurative pile.

Please have a look through the current issues, open and closed to see if your issue has been addressed before. If it’s java related, it’s most definitely been addressed – In short Use Java 1.8.0

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