One month following our initial alpha release, we are pleased to introduce version alpha.3. Building upon valuable insights gained from real-world testing at DEF CON and BSides LV in Las Vegas, this latest version incorporates key improvements as well as new features.
We are back from Las Vegas and had a great time at BSides as well as at DEF CON. Teams on site ran the latest nzyme alpha release to monitor the local WiFi environment. Things worked even better than expected and we took a ton of experience and new ideas home.
Today, we are presenting the first alpha version of nzyme v2.0.0. Over the past 32 weeks, a lot of effort has been invested in rewriting large sections of the system. We’ve now reached a point of stability that allows for the release of this initial package. This blog post has everything to get you started and goes into more details about what to expect on the way to the final v2.0.0 package.
The nzyme rewrite has been in development for approximately six months now, and we are nearing the first installable release. As I articulated in my January blog post, to maintain quality and thoroughness, we refrain from making commitments or promises about roadmaps or release dates. Nevertheless, we’re almost at a point where the software can be installed, and I’d like to seize this opportunity to update the community about our next steps.
I’ve been working full-time on nzyme for three months, and I’d like to share an update on our progress. Presently, I’m reporting from my home office, though I’ve mostly been working at my new downtown office. In this initial development phase, our primary focus has been on building the infrastructure and management features.