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Old 08-30-2023, 13:01
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JEB Decompiler 5.2.0.202308292043 mod by CXV

Requirements: (Only JDK 17.0.X or above), 64-bit OS

Press Generate a Key in welcome window

Mod info(changes):
- fix all integrity checks\timebomb
- Time-limited sessions fixed
- Requires an Internet connection fixed
- dexdec: fix string decrypt via emulation
- dexdec: instruction conversion recovered
- gui: Usage of the clipboard is disallowed fixed
- jdb2: Saving or loading projects is disabled fixed
- android debug enabled
- android native debug enabled
- avrdec: decompiler enabled
- Decompiler exporter fixed
- CF-unflattener, unvirtualizer, native emulator, and plugins fixed
- callgraph enabled

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home of project: https://www.pnfsoftware.com/
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Old 09-03-2023, 01:46
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Thanks for sharing this. I'll give it a shot later today.
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Old 09-03-2023, 02:30
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Interesting modern AI-ish feature was introduced in the latest 5.2:

Starting from JEB 5.2, you may use the experimental “JEB Assistant” to infer names for decompiled methods and method parameters.

https://www.pnfsoftware.com/blog/jeb-assistant/
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Old 09-03-2023, 03:13
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Starting from JEB 5.2, you may use the experimental “JEB Assistant” to infer names for decompiled methods and method parameters.
Nice feature, currently several limitations apply:
  • The assistant is limited to decompiled native routines. It will not work for dex/dalvik decompilations.
  • The assistant will refuse to work on overly long routines (whose decompilation exceeds several thousand characters).
  • The assistant is not available via the JEB API and requests are rate-limited (at most one every 5 seconds).

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Old 09-03-2023, 16:32
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Nice feature, currently several limitations apply:
  • The assistant is not available via the JEB API and requests are rate-limited (at most one every 5 seconds).
does it mean that feature is online only...
like JEB talks to backend servers and got the AI-ish result over API?
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Old 09-04-2023, 14:50
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does it mean that feature is online only...
like JEB talks to backend servers and got the AI-ish result over API?
Yes this feature needs to be online. It asks you to accept to send the decompiled result to JEB servers.
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Old 09-05-2023, 00:28
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It means that (most probably, just an educated guess) it also conveys the request for this feature with the corresponding license?
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Old 09-05-2023, 18:50
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It means that (most probably, just an educated guess) it also conveys the request for this feature with the corresponding license?
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OK; I did not sniff the outgoing packages or reverse engineer JEB to understand what it conveys when using assistant. I have only checked if it is working or not!

Since it only "guesses" a better function name, it is useless for me right at the moment. Bu I believe, they will improve this feature!
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Old 10-11-2023, 19:40
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After trying, JEB's decompilation effect is really good: it can automatically obfuscate the original decrypted string after confusing the garbled string
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After trying, JEB's decompilation effect is really good: it can automatically obfuscate the original decrypted string after confusing the garbled string
Interestingly; JEB can decrypt APKEncryptor by default. I was impressed!
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Old 10-29-2023, 09:32
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Interestingly; JEB can decrypt APKEncryptor by default. I was impressed!
Check the github time stamps: it is from March 2021. With source code available. It is not too difficult to decrypt it manually either. A lot easier than with ConfuserEx for Windows based .Net at any rate.
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Old 10-31-2023, 03:48
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Check the github time stamps: it is from March 2021.
I did.

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With source code available.
I know; I have shared the repo above.

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It is not too difficult to decrypt it manually either.
It might not be difficult but time consuming!

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A lot easier than with ConfuserEx for Windows based .Net at any rate.
I don't get this one. Can you protect an APK with ConfuserEX?

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