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31 May 2018

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Software Author(s):

  • pancake aka @trufae


radare2 c commandline unix reverse-engineering forensics analysis

radare (Install)

2.6.0 | Updated: 31 May 2018



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Software Author(s):

  • pancake aka @trufae

radare (Install) 2.6.0

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Radare is a portable reversing framework that can...

  • Disassemble (and assemble for) many different architectures
  • Debug with local native and remote debuggers (gdb, rap, webui, r2pipe, winedbg, windbg)
  • Run on Linux, *BSD, Windows, OSX, Android, iOS, Solaris and Haiku
  • Perform forensics on filesystems and data carving
  • Be scripted in Python, Javascript, Go and more
  • Support collaborative analysis using the embedded webserver
  • Visualize data structures of several file types
  • Patch programs to uncover new features or fix vulnerabilities
  • Use powerful analysis capabilities to speed up reversing
  • Aid in software exploitation

$ErrorActionPreference = 'Stop';
$toolsDir   = "$(Split-Path -parent $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition)"
$url        = ''
$url64      = ''

$packageArgs = @{
  packageName   = $env:ChocolateyPackageName
  unzipLocation = $toolsDir
  fileType      = 'exe'
  url           = $url
  url64bit      = $url64

  softwareName  = 'radare*'

  checksum      = '358B016F9F799D54D73AB09FA20C69D4322C6A155E2B682802236A5181410FF2'
  checksumType  = 'sha256'
  checksum64    = '2BA67F1C7B898E44EE48A8A0F6154826BD2D7A6085DFC83FCF8D6F9B10840486'
  checksumType64= 'sha256'

  validExitCodes= @(0, 3010, 1641)

  Uninstall-ChocolateyPackage -PackageName 'radare'
  #no op

Install-ChocolateyPackage @packageArgs

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Version Downloads Last Updated Status

Release 2.6.0 - codename Rome



  • new iOS dyld cache parser
  • mergelib is now
  • Rename a lot of asm. variables
  • Implement dmh* and dmhj
  • Autocomplete for 's+ '
  • Add support for the Zig programming language
  • Initial import of the flag tags registry
  • Add ?e? help and Implement '?ep' to print PIE charts
  • pdf works as expected now :)
  • arm asm.varsub supports asm.pseudo for fp
  • Initial implementation of flag tags
  • Implement iO as a frontend for !rabin2 -O
  • Allow asm.highlight color change thru ec line_highlight
  • More uniform xref type output , single, global xrefs API (Thanks to Riccardo Schirone,pancake,rene)
  • Add sepia theme
  • New command: pdRj
  • Add pxr in visual mode (VP)
  • Implemented rax2 -i functionality, to mimic xxd -i
  • Created signing script and added to
  • Ragg2-cc is now completely erased from r2 (merged into ragg2)
  • Add support for more jump tables
  • Honor RAnalHints and optimize aac
  • Improve leahints to handle UJMP references
  • Implement wtff to dump with offset in name
  • Make /m create flags
  • jmptbl detection now tries to identify table size and default case
  • Highlight seek line using different background color
  • Better graph box colors for the bold theme
  • Fix agv color boxes for some themes
  • Initial work on supporting pauseable CoreTasks
  • Add asm.meta, and make magic when disabled. Fix sys/ cs
  • Add initial temp breakpoint support (#9845)
  • Add float and double to the default types
  • Initial work to support entropy graphs in rahash2 via r2
  • Implement 'aaf' analyze all functions. using afr and hasnext
  • Improve leahints
  • Add Input regs and oneliner @w and @r outputs in aea*
  • Vr now toggles asm.*hints
  • Reimplement VbC in C and drop it from Vcjr
  • Add flag at both offset and value for /V
  • Fix aos by enlarging the blocksize
  • Fix use after free and oobread in pf command


  • Added import graph; updated ag? help
  • Initial support for agd output formats
  • Added data graph (aga) with all output formats
  • Add jpg, svg, pdf.... extensions for 'w' graph output format
  • Support for every output format for callgraph (agc and agC)
  • Support every output format for the bb graph
  • switch/case edges are now also added to graph view via afbe


  • Refactored and optimized afta command
  • Refactored and improved afv* commands
  • Manage types enum more properly
  • Array of struct now works with ts
  • Implement tss to show struct size
  • Implement ts* command


  • Bring back libr.* targets in libr even without BUILD_MERGED
  • Fix static build
  • Minor improvements for the makefiles
  • Fixes for the ios-sdk build
  • Meson: remove duplicated io_plugins entries
  • Meson: make git executable optional

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