We are glad to announce that JEB 4 Beta is available for download!
- Full build users will be able to install JEB 4 separately. Check your email or switch to the BETA update channel to receive download information.
- JEB Demo build remains a limited version of JEB Pro. Download the demo of JEB 4 Beta here.
- The new JEB Community Edition build is entirely free and fully featured. It ships with the Intel x86/x64 decompilers. Download it here.
See the full list of modules available in each build below (click for the full table):
What’s new in JEB 4
The focus was mostly on improving and upgrading our native code analysis components, including GENDEC, the generic decompiler. That includes x86, x64, arm, aarch64, mips, mips64, evm, wasm, and other modules currently shipping with JEB builds. The UI client also received improvements regarding performance, auto-completion, Native Analysis widgets, a JEB python script manager and editor, as well as an omnibox for global project search, quick view and navigation.
Although we will write separate contents on specific features (e.g. C++ reconstruction, IR emulation and sandboxing, codeless signatures, etc.) in the coming weeks, the individual changes are too many to list. It is easier to open up a file and start an analysis. Install JEB 4 Pro, or download the Demo build (if you want a bit of everything, with restrictions/limitations) or the CE build (if you want everything x86, unrestricted, for a non-business use) and get started with reversing.
If you are interested in comparing outputs with GHIDRA, we have put up a Decompiler Comparison portal on the website.
We plan to publish the Release build later this month. Happy reversing 🙂