With the 3DS scene on fire of late with arm9 and arm11 exploits simultaneously being implemented. It’s only fair users are notified of updates, the major exploit being Ned Will‘s fasthax.
Fasthax being an arm11 exploit on firmware 11.2, had only been announced at last years 33c3 hacker convention. Released roughly a week later and has since been in rapid development (thanks to multiple users/developers). Despite being in the beta stages, the hack worked fairly well for many users, more so N3DS users and a bit on the buggy side for others. Thanks to tremendous user input, and the efficient work of Ned Will among others, it is now in release form.
Safehax has also been updated to a fairly stable form. The previous implementation contained a minor bug that required a game cart to run. That issue has now been fixed, the issue found to be a timing issue. This is no longer a problem and the code pushed to fix this. The initially fix was provided by a forum’s user Zoogie, but has since been merged with the mainstream code.
So for you many users who were either afraid to use the alpha or beta builds. This release is for you, putting to rest any doubts you may have had in hacking your 3DS consoles. More so since all other tools used have been in development for quite some time. Therefore it can be said, provided you follow Plialect’s guide and not panic when you encounter a hiccup, you’re in excellent hands!