Corellium release notes
Corellium release notes
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Release 2.9.1

 

Update

 

 

  • Added the ability to export a pcap of the log from the Network Monitor tool
  • Fixed a bug that caused some apps to timeout on launch on iOS 14.5.1 with PAC enabled

(For on-site customers, Release 2.9.1 incorporates Release 2.9)

Release 2.9 (Cloud-Only)

 

Update

 

 

  • Improve the load time of images in the Create Device modal
  • Increase trial time from one hour to six hours
  • Fix a Frida-related panic on iOS 14.5+ and enable integrated Frida tab on 14.5+
  • Disable certificate pinning by default for applications on jailbroken iOS devices
  • Automatically connect to the device display
  • Support for KASLR

Release 2.8.2

 

Update

 

 

  • Adds support for iOS 14.5
  • Improves CoreTrace reporting on XNU and Linux
  • Increases minimum password length for accounts
  • Adds support for multiple connections to a project or instance via the same openvpn client configuration

Release 2.8.1 (Cloud Only)

 

Update

 

 

This cloud-only release provides support for variable screen sizes in the API, as well as minor bug fixes.

  • Support for variable screen sizes in the API
  • Support for toggling GPU acceleration per domain
  • Fixed a bug that caused Network Monitor to be displayed for non-jailbroken no-agent devices
  • Fixed an issue with the API that allowed users to create projects without a name
  • Fixed an issue that prevented re-subscribing after canceling a usage-based account
  • Fixed a bug that caused Enterprise Team Leads to see an option to invite users and manage teams when this functionality was not available at this permission level

2.8

 

Update

 

 

This release provides support for 14.5 betas and Network Monitor for iOS.

  • Added support for 14.5 betas 1 and 2
  • Added support for Network Monitor for iOS-based device models
  • Fixed a bug that could cause errors in upgrading on-site installations
  • Fixed backwards compatibility with iOS 14.0 betas

2.7

 

Update

 

 

This release provides on-site customers with the new ability to load their own models to the hypervisor. It also adds support for copying and pasting data to iOS-based device models.

  • Added support for loadable firmware models for on-site users
  • Added Copy/Paste for iOS devices. Note that for both Android and iOS-based device models, copy/paste behavior is inconsistent across different web browsers. In particular, data is unable to be pasted into a VM in the Firefox browser, and data is unable to be copied out of a VM in the Safari browser.
  • Fixed a bug in switching from monthly to usage-based subscriptions
  • Fixed a bug that prevents resubscribing after cancelling a usage-based account
  • Fixed a bug that could cause snapshots to becoming stuck in a Restoring state
  • Fixed a bug causing incompatibility between A14 iPhone device models and Xcode
  • Fixed a bug that caused graphical glitches in apps that use WKWebview
  • Implemented missing ACM protocol extensions and messages for iOS-based device models
  • Rebased the Ranchu linux kernel branches

2.6.3

 

Update

 

 

This update provides support for iOS 14.4 and adds Frida support for iOS-based devices.

  • Added support for Frida console for iOS devices
  • Added support for iOS 14.4
  • Enabled PAC for iPhone 12
  • Fixed an intermittent bug causing A14-based models to freeze during restore in Graviton environments
  • Fixed an error causing IPSWs to fail to upload in Graviton environments
  • Fixed an error causing iPhone XR and XS device models to panic when APRR was set

2.6.2 (Cloud Only)

 

Update

 

 

This update provided minor bug fixes for the cloud.

  • Fixed an NVMe panic after pause or reboot from a READ timeout
  • Fixed a bug that caused ffmpeg to cause unknown device error
  • Fixed a bug that cause the Kill button in the app tab to occasionally not respond to a click
  • Added a connection token to vstrm servers, telegfx, and crlm-stream
  • Resolved an issue with a device that was stuck in the Deleting state

2.6.1

 

Update

 

 

We're very excited to announce that this release brings Apple device models to Individual accounts. With this release, Individual accounts will also see new advanced settings, including the ability to upload custom kernels and ramdisks. In addition, all accounts will now be able to adjust the number of CPU cores and the amount of RAM assigned to generic Android devices.

  • Support for Apple device models in Individual accounts
  • Support for custom kernel and ramdisk in Individual accounts
  • Improve error messaging for custom kernel and ramdisk
  • Enable users to change the amount of CPUs and RAM for generic Android devices
  • Update to the latest AOSP 10 and 11 revisions
  • Improve stability of links for latest OpenGApps versions
  • Upgraded the Android 8 Linux kernel version from 3.18 to 4.4

Release 2.6

 

Update

 

 

This update brings Enterprise customers support for the Apple A14 devices, including iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. It also implements encryption for AWS S3 backed volumes, and fixes some minor bugs in iOS 14 support.

  • Added support for iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • Implemented encryption for AWS S3 backed volumes in the cloud
  • Fixed a bug preventing keyboard input on iOS 14
  • Fixed a bug that caused Cydia UI not to display on iOS 14