Plugin focus: HRDevHelper

This is a guest entry written by Dennis Elser from Trenchant Advanced Research Center (formerly Azimuth Security). His views and opinions are his own and not those of Hex-Rays. Any technical or maintenance issues regarding the code herein should be directed to the author. HRDevHelper HRDevHelper is a decompiler plugin that takes advantage of […]

The IDA patfind plugin

The IDA patfind plugin Just raw binary data at address 0x00000AC While IDA excels at extracting useful information from all sorts of binary files, it may happen that some unstructured binary files (e.g., firmwares, raw memory dumps, …) throw it off the rails, and the user needs to kickstart autoanalysis by figuring out some sort of […]

IDA 8.1 released

Hex-Rays team is thrilled to announce the release of IDA version 8.1! As with every release, IDA Pro and IDA Home gained many new features and enhancements, including: Private Lumina server New icons Golang regabi support Sunsetting IDA for 32-bit binaries (IDA32) and more See full updates here: https://hex-rays.com/products/ida/news/8_1/ How to request the new versions As usual, the new versions of IDA Pro […]

IDA 8.0 released

Hex-Rays team is thrilled to announce the release of IDA version 8.0! As with every release, IDA Pro and IDA Home gained many new features and enhancements, including: Support for iOS16 and recent macOS releases Golang improvements: significantly improved support for Golang 1.17 and 1.18 binaries Better function discovery with the new “patfind” plugin FLIRT patterns directly from an IDA […]

What is QScripts?

This is a guest entry written by Elias Bachaalany. His views and opinions are his own, and not those of Hex-Rays. Any technical or maintenance issues regarding the code herein should be directed to him. ida-qscripts or QScripts is a productivity plugin for better/faster scripting and coding workflow/experience for IDA. IDA provides two […]

Introducing the IDAClang Tutorial

As part of the 7.7 release, IDA bundles a new C++ parser based on the libclang library from the LLVM project. In addition to that, we wrote a new command-line utility, which allows you to build custom type libraries from C/C++ codebases. (Note: this link is protected by the download area password, included in […]