We’re happy to announce the release of Cerbero Suite 3.3!
While the most anticipated feature may have been theme support, there’s much more:
Improved Ghidra native UI
Apart from themes, most of the work went into improving the Ghidra native UI. Specifically we improved navigation, added comments in the decompiler, added support for renaming variables and parameters both in the disassembly and the decompiler, improved cross references, added make code / undefine commands, added status updates, fixed bugs.
Also, if you’d like to run Ghidra and the native UI on two different machines, just open the install.pdf in util/ghidra.zip to learn how. 🙂
Carbon: MachO loader
We also added support for x86/x64 MachO files in Carbon!
Cerbero can now run on Windows XP.
Everything is working apart from the Python ssl module (we might provide support for it in the future). So if you need a malware triage tool or just a Python3 interpreter on XP, you can use Cerbero. 🙂