Javascript for IDA Pro

Just a quick post to share the joy of having more expressiveness and freedom in IDA Pro. A few days ago we implemented a JavaScript plugin. This means that there is yet one more languauge to write scripts in IDA, and a very powerful one.

All usual methods of accessing the language work: you may execute scripts, standalone statements, or even completely replace IDC with JavaScript.

All IDC functions are availalble in JavaScript (in fact, we just exported them one-to-one). In the future, we will export IDA objects into JavaScript and this will make programming it even easier.

Download the plugin here:

If you notice anything unusual, send us a note, thank you!

Elias will blog more about the plugin in the coming days, and maybe present something handy, as he already did in the past ;)

P.S. I subscribed to twitter a few days ago – it is so dynamic. Will probably switch to it, at least partially

This entry was posted in IDA Pro. Bookmark the permalink.

5 Responses to Javascript for IDA Pro

  1. Why have you chosen JavaScript?

  2. elias says:

    One of the reasons: it is syntactically close to IDC. So if you loved IDC but wished for more constructs in the language, now you can write with JS.

  3. Arnie B says:

    Exactly how do you think 140 characters (Twitter) would suffice in communicating your interesting product news? For god’s sake can people just get a grip and don’t fall for the completely out-of-proportion hype of that Twitter crap?!
    “It is so dynamic”, WTF, how can the exact same thing as a blog but limited to 140 characters be “so dynamic” compared to a real blog?!

  4. Ilfak Guilfanov says:

    Well, twitter is different from blogs. There are many things that do not deserve a separate blog entry but still could be interesting to someone. Just check the current twitter entries to see what I mean. Also, if you do not want to bother with twitter, the obvious solution is just not to subscribe ;)
    The blog will continue, do not worry! :)

  5. João Dias says:

    And where would I find your twitter?