Today we release Needle v1.0.0, which provides a major overhaul of its core and the introduction of a new native agent, written entirely in Objective-C.
It was long due, but Needle v0.1.1 finally introduces an integration for Cydia Substrate & Theos.
If you have an iDevice running iOS 9.2 or 9.3.3, by now you might have realized that the latest jailbreak from Pangu comes bundled with a series of issues.
In preparation for OWASP AppSec USA 2016, today we are releasing Needle V0.0.4, with new compatibility support, new modules, and lots of bug fixes! You can grab the new version from Github.
I’ve been quite busy developing Needle for the last few months, and I was happy to release it at Black Hat Arsenal USA 2016. But what happens now?