Needle v1.1.0 has just been released, introducing automatic issue detection: modules will now automatically detect and keep track of issues in the target app. All the issues are going to be stored in the
issues.db SQLite database, contained in the chosen output directory. New commands have also been added to the core of needle to allow you to make use of this new feature:
issues (to list all the issues identified), and
add_issue (if you want to manually add an issue to the collection).
Alongside this, v1.1.0 introduces a new dependency installer (
device/dependency_installer), which offers a more granular support, and stability fixes like automatic reconnection if the SSH/Agent connection drops.
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issues.dbSQLite database, contained in the chosen output directory. Every issue will hold the following attributes:
confidence level(‘HIGH’, ‘MEDIUM’, ‘INVESTIGATE’, ‘INFORMATIONAL’),
issues(list all the issues identified),
add_issue(manually add an issue to the collection)
skip_output_folder_check. It allows to skip the check that ensures the output folder does not already contain other files
mdm/effective_user_settings) [from @osimonnet]
SETUP_DEVICEglobal option, in favour of