Cerbero Suite 3.5 is out!

We’re happy to announce the release of Cerbero Suite 3.5!

This is a single feature release: it includes integration of the Ghidra decompiler (Sleigh) in our Carbon disassembler. No Ghidra or Java installation is necessary!

The decompiler features navigation, comments and renaming of functions, labels and variables.

If you like the idea, we can further expand the functionality and improve the output in next releases!

Happy hacking!

Cerbero Suite 3.2 is out!

This is a rather unusual release and as you can see the change-list is short:

+ added experimental native UI for Ghidra
+ improved disassembly speed
– fixed SSL on Linux

The main addition in version 3.2 is an experimental native UI for Ghidra. Here are a few screen-shots on all supported platforms.

Windows:

Linux:

OS X:

Since this experimental UI has been more of a personal project, I discussed it in more depth on my blog.

As this is a proof of concept, it will be of fundamental importance whether or not you, the user, want this project to mature. Feedback is highly appreciated and will be taken into consideration in order to prioritize this feature and decide how much time to invest into it. Even curses are considered valuable feedback! ­čÖé

Supporting Ghidra has already had its benefits even considering other features. In fact, in version 3.2 the disassembly view of Carbon has been made faster as a positive side-effect. More of these benefits are about to come as we’re preparing a lot of cool new additions for the upcoming releases. ­čÖé

Happy hacking!