A new hacking tool called Wheelie, developed by a group of researchers in the US, has been widely praised for being simple to use and easy to hack.
The wheelie tool, developed for the purpose of hacking the touchscreen of smartphones and tablets, has only been available on Android and Windows phones for now.
It can use an Apple device’s fingerprint sensor to unlock an unlocked phone or tablet, and it is currently only available on the iPhone 5 and later.
But it has already been used to gain access to the Android 7.0 Nougat phones.
Now, the researchers behind the wheelie software are releasing it for the first time for Android and Mac, which can be used on any smartphone or tablet.
“This is the first step toward making it more accessible to a wider audience,” the researchers said in a statement.
The developers of Wheelie say they will release the tool for free on their website as part of the open source Project Avalon project, which aims to make hacking easier and more secure.
“Wheelie is designed for easy-to-use, secure, and powerful IoT device management and configuration,” the developers said in their blog post.
“With a quick and simple configuration, we believe that Wheelie will be a valuable tool to improve the security of IoT devices.”
The Wheelie developers said the tool was developed to work with Apple’s Touch ID sensor, which they said “can be fingerprint-enabled and can be scanned by anyone with a fingerprint reader.”
The developers also said the software can be set to “allow only authenticated users” and “allow no access to any devices.”
Wheelie was released in February and is now available on GitHub.
“The wheelie developers are very excited about this release and hope that it can help to empower and empower others to make their devices safer and more reliable,” Michael Egan, a researcher at the University of California, San Diego, who works with the Wheelie team, said in an email.
“I’m also very excited to see the new iOS version coming out this week.
We’re really excited to work together to make sure the Wheelies can become even more useful for the masses.”