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As we continue to expand our geolocation testing regions, we're happy to announce that the following regions have been added for manual and automated testing:
- South Africa
- United Arab Emirates
More regions will be added in the coming weeks.
We are happy to announce that these latest browser versions have been added to our browser grid, available for manual and automated testing:
- Chrome 97
- Firefox 96
- Edge 97
As always, you are also able to test on Chrome and Firefox's upcoming versions (beta and dev versions).
You can now share screenshots taken during live manual testing with your colleagues on Slack.
Annotate images, mark bugs and send screenshots via our Slack integration.
Next to this integration, we also provide Slack functionality to post test results to your Slack channel. Find out more about this integration on our Slack Integration documentation page.
We've updated the image annotator included with the Live Testing feature.
This feature allows you to annotate screenshots taken during your manual tests. You can draw, type and edit the screenshot with this new image editor.
Quickly annotate a screenshot to indicate where a (design) bug is located, and share the screenshot with your colleagues via e-mail, JIRA or Slack.
TestingBot has upgraded all Appium instances for physical device testing (iOS and Android) to Appium v1.22.1. Happy Testing!
Security Bulletin - 12/14/2021, Log4j CVE-2021-44228
TestingBot has evaluated the potential impact of the Log4j vulnerability in all its services. No instances have been found using Log4j. We have been actively testing for exploit attempts, none of which have succeeded.
If we detect exploitation of this vulnerability, or any other vulnerability, TestingBot will notify appropriate points of contact. TestingBot will also communicate with any third party or subcontractor to actively prevent exploitation.
More information is available on https://www.lunasec.io/docs/blog/log4j-zero-day/