We’re happy to announce the release of Cerbero Suite 3.4!
This release comes with tons of improvements:
– added Python editor workspace
– added Python snippet action
– added Mariana theme
– improved deployment on OS X
+ improved Ghidra native UI
– improved filters
– improved hex workspace
– improved JS debugger
– improved Monokai theme
+ updated Ghidra support to 9.1-BETA
– fixed Header Manager crash due to themes
– fixed some bugs
As you can see from the screen-shots in this post, we have introduced the Mariana theme. I think it’s even easier on the eyes, than the Monokai one.
The Ghidra native UI is now compatible with the latest 9.1-BETA and has been further improved!
Deployment on OS X has been greatly improved by removing the external Python dependency. Just as in the Windows and Linux version, the OS X version now embeds Python.
Also interesting for OS X users: a new instance of Cerbero can be spawned from anywhere in the program by pressing Ctrl+Alt+N (or by clicking the relative toolbar button). This works on other platforms as well, but on OS X it’s especially useful.
To make the writing of scripts even easier, there’s a new action to insert a Python code snippet.
You can choose from a selection of useful snippets.
This is especially useful to avoid looking up the SDK even for simple things and in time the selection of snippets will grow.
We also improved and added new misc filters.
I personally played many CTFs using Cerbero Suite before working on this release and the improvements are directly related to that. I hope that our users will enjoy these improvements as much as we do!