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!
The version 2.9.2 of Profiler is out with two improvements. The first one, is more or less a rewrite of the CCITTFax decoder for PDFs, which has now been tested against more samples.
The second improvement is the addition of support for the new heap introduced in Windows 10.
This removes the limitation mentioned previously of heap parsing regarding certain Windows 10 processes such as: smss.exe, csrss.exe, services.exe, lsass.exe, svchost.exe, MicrosoftEdgeC, etc.
As with the older NT heap we use an aggressive approach to rebuild the Windows 10 heap as best as we can even if there are missing pages.
The schema below shows the number of chunks found using an aggressive approach versus a soft one in a Win10 x64 image.
We’re happy to announce the beginning of our work on a forensic oriented edition of Cerbero Profiler. This edition will contain extensions written on top of the standard edition, which are intended to help forensic analysis of supported platforms.
Let’s start with a demonstrative screenshot:
(This isn’t how the final UI will look like, it just gives an idea of the sort of information which will be shown. Some columns are collapsed on purpose, because they contain real information.)
The first version aims to include support for the most used platforms. The extensions to support them will be written in Python. The reason for this technical choice is that it will enable our users to easily customize their behavior and even implement additional functionality if needed.
The technology needed to implement custom scanning logic will appear in the upcoming 1.0.0 version. It comes in the form a new type of extension named ‘logic provider’. These extensions tell the Profiler what to scan (and how) and will be displayed on the home page of the main window in the shape of additional scanning buttons:
The estimated launch date is set to February and the final price is going to be 730 euros for the named license and 880 euros for the computer license. Renewal and upgrade prices have not been decided yet. Until the launch date it is possible to pre-order and obtain the discounted price of 430 euros for the named license and 580 euro for the computer license!
Our current users at the time of writing this post (those with an active support plan or pending orders) can upgrade to the advanced edition for no additional cost, just let us know! We’d like to say thanks to those users for the appreciation of our product and their loyalty.
If you’re unsure about which edition is best suited for your activities, be assured that file format support will continue to be added to the standard edition along with all other core features. The advanced edition only adds automatic tools to extract artifacts from supported platforms.