Whether you wish to be a hacker who is interested in hacking wireless network, web app, database; cracking password, software....; or want to engage in cyber security related works in the future, Offensive Security's Kali Linux (a penetration testing OS) should be always your main "battlefield" and "experimental field".
Two core developers of dSploit went separate ways in the fall of 2014. dSploit's father merged it into the commercial zANTI 2 with ambition to build a series of security apps on Android platform. Meanwhile, the other founder (now cSploit's father) can't wait the distant promise to open source of zANTI 2. Thus, he decided to fork the killed project and finish all the original dSploit To-Dos on a new core - cSploit, by himself.
With the development of mobile devices and network, intelligent mobile phone has become a new paradise for hackers. Imagine, under this environment of everybody holds a smart phone nowadays, nothing is more active than the mobile phone viruses and the vulnerabilities' exploits of software and mobile network. Therefore, to understand and master some practical security tools seems necessary and meaningful.
There are always a lot of tech news sites falsely beautify Network Spoofer and zANTI such as these tools as "one of the Android penetration testing apps". AppNee would say they were only born for hacking Wi-Fi network from an Android phone - some guys only use it for fun; but some others for illegal business deals.
Good, convenient things will always be popular, get more attention from users, and followed by exposing more problems. The wireless network is one of such new things, which began to catch on around the world due to its application on mobile platform.