Release Notes: The modules screen is now Tabular, providing a much better user experience in which all of Cura's modules are provided as tabs on the top of the screen.
Release Notes: This release features a completely new UI for the Home (Login) screen where you are dropped upon launch. This is where you access/create/update/delete your server accounts, and it's had a complete do-over.
Release Notes: This release implements push notifications. While the user is still logged into the server, and after having chosen the refresh interval from the Settings screen, the user will be notified whenever a new user logs into that server.
Release Notes: This release offers a "Kill Process" option offered in the last section of the Server Stats module (allows you to kill any of the processes that are usually seen in the last section of Server Stats). There is an About page.
Release Notes: This release satisfies all the the tasks promised: terminal, syslog reader, SysMonitor (for CPU and RAM), Nmap, and server stats. In addition, there's the security feature (an SMS can wipe Cura's database (the phone's location is sent back)). It works for Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) and above.
Release Notes: Nmap is now fully functional.
Release Notes: The security feature has been enhanced yet again, and now includes email messages. When a user whose phone has been comprised sends an SMS message to said phone, Cura's database will be deleted, and an email will be sent back to whatever email address the user specified in Cura's settings, informing the user of the culprit's location
Release Notes: The security feature has been enhanced to include Phone messaging. When a user whose phone has been comprised sends an SMS message to said phone, Cura's database will be deleted and now, a message will be sent back to whatever number the user specified in Cura's settings, informing the user of the culprits location.
Release Notes: A "Server Info" option menu has been added to the main Cura activity (after logging in). It displays the output of both "uname -a" and "uptime".
Release Notes: A security measure/feature has been implemented that allows users to have Cura's database completely wiped upon them sending the compromised phone a secret pattern of their choosing (e.g. send an SMS message containing "L is dead." to your Android phone and Cura's database will be wiped.)