This time it took a bit longer for the release as we’re undergoing some organizational changes, but we’ll make up for it in the upcoming months!
This is the list of news for version 4.4:
– added Excel macro decompiler
– added word highlighting to text editor
– added password brute-forcers
+ improved C++ support in the decompiler
+ improved disassembly view
– improved detection of Excel malware
Excel Macro Decompiler
The major news of this release is the addition of a decompiler for Excel macros. We’ll continue to build and improve upon this feature in the upcoming releases!
C++ Decompiler Improvements
We have improved C++ support in the decompiler. A small improvement makes the code much easier to read!
Text Editor: Word Highlighting
“infected” is such an ubiquitous password for sharing Zip archives containing malware that starting with this release you don’t even have to enter it when opening a file.
We’ve also added optional common passwords dictionary-based brute-forcers as a bonus. You can activate them from the extensions page.
More is coming soon…
2 thoughts on “Cerbero Suite 4.4 is out!”
nice 🙂 i am using full trial for now (what are the limitation for non-commercial use? 30 days) but i have a problem with GHIDRA native api integration (it may be connected with fact that i am using newer version) – is it possible to get some troubleshooting or its reserved for full version user?
30 days, yes. 🙂
If you have a problem, please contact us at email@example.com. It should be working correctly even as trial. Let us know which version of Cerbero Suite and Ghidra you are using and what kind of bug you’re experiencing.