NetworkToolbox is being continuously updated. Either by regular App Store updates or by so called data updates. Regular Data updates will not just be used to continuously update the databases such as the MAC/Vendor database but also to add new Security Tests which are basically scripts very similar to the Metasploit Framework.
Version 12.2.2 – April 2019
► Fixed HaveIBeenPwnd Tool issue
► Added URL, HTML Entities conversion
► Added MD5 and SHA1 hash creation
Version 12.2.1 – March 2019
► Some bug fixes
► Further improvements of the Network scanning engine
Version 12.1.1 – December 2018:
► Improved Import/Export
► New Batch Tool
Version 12.00.03 – October 2018:
► Additional settings for Ping and Traceroute such as TTL, Packet size, IPv6 etc. can now be hidden by switching off a newly introduced “Advanced” switch and will automatically set based on the IP/Domain entered and best-practices.
► A bug in the file upload and download feature has been fixed
► New Settings prefer IPv6 added
Version 12.00.01 – September 2018:
► iPhone XR, XS / Max compatibility
► iOS 12 compatibility
► WiFi BSSID Vendor will now be displayed
► Health Check ping bug was fixed
► Some other minor bugs fixed
Version 11.05.05 – August 2018:
► The Ping tool now offers the possibility to enter TTL and packet size
► The telnet (Socket) tool can now also directly be used to test passwords
► new ARP / NDP Network neighborhood tool
– Lists all IP Addresses (devices) currently known by your iPhone/iPad
– Can also display or hide expired IPs
– Separate tables for IPv4 and IPv6 addresses
– Ordered by Network Interface
This new tool is a useful addition to Network Scanning.
► new Routing Table tool
– This tool replaces the Device -> Routing Table section
– Like the new ARP / NDP tool, separate tables for IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and ordering by network interface
Version 11.05.04 – July 2018:
► The Devices Tool has been completely rewritten
► It provides more and individual information about Wifi, Cell, Lan and VPN connections
► Hardware information about Capture Devices (e.g. Cameras) added
► Information about Maximum Frame Rate added
► URL Cache can now be Cleared
► Cookies can now be Cleared
► Detailed information about Clipboard content added
► Information about all installed Fonts added
► Local Files Tool which now fully integrates into Apple’s Filesharing feature. Now, downloaded files or files that should be uploaded can also be accessed from the iOS Files Tool.
► The Health Check Tool has been extended to perform a simple connection test
► The App also includes several improvements for the iPhone X and iPhone x plus devices and necessary changes for iOS 11.4.1
► The Icon size can now be changed even smaller (Settings -> Appearance -> Icon size)
► The HTTP Tool can now also display structured JSON data
► Further improved Network and Port Scanning
► The Resources section has been updated (please have a look)
► New Base Conversion Tool to Encode / Decode Base64 or Hex data
► New Have I been pawned Tool. This Tool uses the HIBP API to check if an Email address has been compromised
► Redpark L5-Net Ethernet Cable support
Version 11.0.06 – Jan 8., 2018:
► Just a few bug fixes, reported over Christmas
Version 11.0.05 – Sep 30., 2017:
► Couple of bugs fixed in the Devices Tool
► Now you can also call Wake on LAN from the Devices Tool
► A few bugs were fixed in the IP Calculation Tool
► Some Screen layout issues fixed in the Logbook
► You can now clean the “recent lists” without switching to the settings
► The Speed Test Tool has been improved
► An NFC Tool to scan NFC NDEF Tags (other types are not supported (yet?) by Apple)
► A Unit Conversion Tool has been added
Version 11.0.03 – Sep 30., 2017:
► UPnP Scanning bug fixed
Version 11.0.2 – Sep 16., 2017:
► New WhoIs Lookup Tool (see details about any domain and who has registered it)
► New DNS Tool (query ANY! DNS Server for domains, see records and response times)
► New visual Traceroute (see trace routes on a map)
► New UPnP Tool (see which UPnP devices are noisy on your network)
► Extensive improvements of the Network Scanning engine
► Improved Morpheus Map
► Improved Bonjour Browser
► Terminal and SSH support for Backspace and CR/LF
► Fixed Crash in External Apps Tool
► Special Keyboard Bar are now visible, no longer transparent
► Display of wrong MAC Addresses fixed
► Bug in MAC Database fixed which caused some Vendors not to be found
► Fixed bug in traversal test or Password test where entries, already tried were not marked accordingly
Database Update 9.06 – April 20, 2017:
► Updated MAC Database
► Disclaimer message corrected
► OSVDB Link updated
Database Update 9.05 – Jan 25, 2017:
► Updated MAC Database
Version 9.02.03 – Dec 16, 2016:
► iOS 10.2 compatibility (MAC Addresses now available again)
► Some bug fixing (e.g. Crash in Device Tool)
► Some UI improvements
Version 9.02 – Dec 1., 2016:
► Further improved IP and Domain resolution
► More information inside the Morpheus Tool like ISP/Provider, Domain etc.
► The Domain Tool has been improved (New layout, more information) and has been renamed to “Address Inspector”
► New: A Routing Table feature was added (Device Tool)
► A few bug fixes
Version 9.01 – Sep, 2016
This new version contains various changes and improvements:
I have completely re-written the Bluetooth LE scanner. It is now more reliable and easier to use.
► New Health Check Tool
This new Tool can be used to perform recurring pre-defined tests. You can add multiple sites (IP Addresses or hosts) and perform Ping, Certificate, Mailserver and other tests with a single button press. This way, you can quickly check the availability of components either in your home network or your Internet Servers.
► New SMB Tool
You can now even browse Windows or other Samba shares using this new Tool. It is also possible to download files.
► New Speed Test Tool
This new Tool implements the iPerf Speed Test standard for Network Speed/Bandwidth tests aven as iPerf Server.
► Improved network scan
Now, SMB Network Names and Vendor Names will be displayed in the list itself and not only on the detail screen.
► Export Settings
You can now export the settings for backup or to another iOS Device.
► Reverse DNS and DNS Lookup improved
The NS-Lookup Tool is now rather a multipurpose tool that shows all kind of information available to an IP Address or host such as DNS Record information, Revers DNS Lookup, Provider information and more.
► Macros for Telnet and SSH
Possibility to write Macros that can be use in SSH or Telnet.
► Other Telnet and SSH improvements
Using a hardware keyboard, you will now see the full telnet/ssh screen.
Now you can also directly send special keys that are not available on the soft- or hardware keyboard.
► WOL (Wake on Lan) has been built in
► HTTP Head Tool improvements
This Tool now shows the Status code returned from the Server with explanation.
► IPv6 support
Most Tools now support IPv6 where appropriate. If available, you will see IPv4 as well as IPv6 addresses and can enter IPv6 as well as IPv4 addresses.
► New IP Calculations
Along with this, there are three new Calculations for the IP-Calculation Tool such as IPv4 to IPv6, 6to4/6RD and Teredo calculations.
► New Manual
A new manual is available which can now be read side by side with the App, which can also be opened from here: http://go-to.me/nettb-manual but also still from inside the App by hitting the (i) button as usual. For a printed version, you can also download the manual as PDF file.
► Bye-bye to the connections Tool
With iOS 10, Apple has removed an API which has been used for the Connections Tool. This means, that this tool no longer works under iOS 10 and you will get an according message if you try to use it. Even though it is not nice that this valuable tool now no longer can be used, Apples decision is a major increase on Security as this API could have also been used for other purposes by any App.
► Other bug fixes and improvements
Besides the lost Connections Tool, NetworkToolbox is now fully compatible with iOS 10 and even uses some of the new advantages. On an iPad Pro, it can also run in Multitasking and Split Screen mode and it runs just fine on the new iPhone 7 devices.