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Hex-Rays announces the release of

IDA Pro 7.5 Service Pack 3

Experience your IDA Pro with many new features and improvements including:

– Tree-like folder view
– MIPS Decompiler
– Lumina for MIPS and PPC
– iOS/macOS improvements
– And much more!

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EUROPEAN IDA TRAINING COURSE

WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE | 14–18 December 2020

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IGOR’S TIP OF THE WEEK

Lesser-known tips and tricks in IDA provided by one of the Hex-Rays experts

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IDA Disassembler

Hex-Rays develops and supports the IDA disassembler. This famous software analysis tool, which is a de-facto standard in the software security industry, is an indispensable item in the toolbox of any serious software analyst.

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Hex-Rays Decompiler

IDA’s open architecture can be used by third-parties to extend its capabilities. The Hex-Rays Decompiler is an example of such an extension. If IDA provides a solid base for analysis, the decompiler speeds it up tenfold or more.

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Training

Both our products, IDA and Decompiler, can effectively be used only by highly skilled specialists. Hex-Rays organizes a few training classes each year to help you make the most of our tools.

Registration for the 2020 training course is open

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Latest blog posts

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Igor’s tip of the week #18: Decompiler and global cross-references

Previously we’ve covered cross-references in the disassembly view but in fact you can also consult them in the decompiler (pseudocode) view. Local cross-references The most common shortcut (X) works similarly to disassembly: you can use it on labels, variables (local and global), function names, but there are some differences and additions: for local variables, the list of […]

Python 3.9 support for IDA 7.5

Python 3.9 has been released fairly recently and it was a bit too short notice for us to ensure it works with IDA 7.5 Service Pack 3 (if you have tried it, you may have had a bad time.) We have now added support for Python 3.9 in IDAPython. Here’s how you can get it to […]

Igor’s tip of the week #17: Cross-references 2

Cross references view The jump to xref actions are good enough when you have a handful of cross-references but what if you have hundreds or thousands? For such cases, the Cross references view may be useful. You can open it using the corresponding item in the View > Open Subviews menu. IDA will gather cross-references to […]

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