Relyze Software Limited Announces Relyze 2.0

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New features include ARM support for Internet of Things (IoT) binary analysis as well as significant user interface and plugin framework improvements.

Relyze Software Limited, a provider of advanced software analysis solutions, today released version 2.0 of its flagship product Relyze, an advanced software reverse engineering and analysis platform. Using Relyze, engineers can now analyse ARM based Windows or Linux software, typically found on mobile or IoT based devices.

New Features and Benefits

  • New Support for ARM Architecture – Full analysis support for reverse engineering ARM based software, including Thumb mode, is now available. Support for performing binary diffing against ARM based binaries is now available.
  • New Hardware Accelerated Graph Subsystem – A complete rewrite of the applications graph user interface subsystem now provides hardware accelerated support for displaying an interacting with very large graphs.
  • Plugin Framework Enhancements – The plugin framework now allows you to generate and manipulate custom graph structures before displaying them in the user interface or exporting them in SVG or DOT format. Professional license holders will enjoy significant performance enhancements in the plugin frameworks parallel analysis capabilities.
  • Multiple Performance and Stability Improvements – Numerous bugs have been fixed in this release making it the fastest and most stable version of Relyze yet.


A fully functional free trial of Relyze 2.0 is available for download from For any additional information, please contact the Relyze Software Limited sales team.

About Relyze Software Limited

Relyze Software Limited develops professional software analysis solutions, giving you greater insight towards how your software works in order to identify defects, compliance, security, interoperability and performance issues. To learn more, visit


Email: sales(at)relyze(dot)com
Twitter: @relyze

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