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A powerful disassembler and a versatile debugger

IDA Pro as a disassembler is capable of creating maps of their execution to show the binary instructions that are actually executed by the processor in a symbolic representation (assembly language). Advanced techniques have been implemented into IDA Pro so that it can generate assembly language source code from machine-executable code and make this complex code more human-readable.

The debugging feature augmented IDA with the dynamic analysis. It supports multiple debugging targets and can handle remote applications. Its cross-platform debugging capability enables instant debugging, easy connection to both local and remote processes and support for 64-bit systems and new connection possibilities.

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IDA Pro has become the de-facto standard for the analysis of hostile code, vulnerability research and commercial off-the-shelf validation

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Interactive

IDA Pro allows the human analyst to override its decisions or to provide hints so that the analyst can work seamlessly and quickly with the disassembler and analyze binary code more intuitively.

Programmable

IDA Pro is a complete integrated development environment. It consists of a very powerful macro-like language (IDC or IDAPython) that can be used to automate simple to medium complexity tasks.

Integrations

IDA runs on all standard platforms and handles multiple processors. It can also load and disassembles virtually any file format and therefore augment its analysis speed.

Open plug-in architecture

IDA’s functionalities can be easily extended by the use of programmable plug-ins. SDK is available for all registered IDA users.

Lumina server

The Lumina server holds metadata (names, prototypes, operand types, …) about a large number of well-known functions and helps improve the disassembly listing through users’ search.

F.L.I.R.T

Fast Library Identification and Recognition Technology identifies standard function calls for many compilers. This technology allows IDA to recognize standard library functions generated by supported compilers and greatly improves the usability and readability of generated disassemblies.

Speed
IDA Pro analyzes binaries in a matter of seconds.
Maturity
Thousands of test cases running on our server farm 24/7.
Security
We ensure the highest level of security for IDA.
Substantial changes
Is to be expected in every release: new features, supported processors, etc which are all added after deliberation and discussion.
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Which version of IDA is the best for you?

IDA Pro more info IDA Homemore info IDA Freemore info IDA DemoDownload
Supported processors 68 families + custom via SDK/IDAPython One of: x86/x64, ARM/ARM64,
MIPS/MIPS64,
PowerPC/PPC64,
Motorola 68K/Coldfire
x86/x64 x86/x64
64-bit file analysis
Debuggers Local and Remote debuggers for:
Windows, Linux, OSX, iOS, XNU, Bochs, GDBServer, WinDBG, Intel PIN, Android(Dalvik)
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Local + GDBServer Local x86/x64 Bochs (Windows only), Local x86/x64
File formats Over 45 + custom via SDK/IDAPython About 20 processor-specific formats PE, ELF, Mach-O PE, ELF, Mach-O
Decompiler x86, x64, ARM, ARM64, PPC, PPC64, MIPS (purchased separately) cloud-based x64, PPC64 or ARM64 (beta) cloud-based x64 cloud-based x64
Perpetual license
Commercial usage allowed
Python scripting
Headless/batch analysis
Text (terminal) UI
Access to C++ SDK and tools
Access to Lumina function database
Save your analysis work
Floating license available
Technical support: email, forum
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We offer free educational licenses to universities and other academic institutions

IDA updates and releases

April 2021
IDA 7.6 Service Pack 1 releasedread more
March 2021
IDA 7.6 released read more
October 2020
IDA 7.5 Service Pack 3 released read more
July 2020
IDA 7.5 Service Pack 2 released read more
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