- FLIRT files can be used to apply analysis information gathered from one binary to another one, allowing the reverse engineer to more easily recognize library functions or standard functions that are usually not binary specific.
- Signature files (e.g. .sig) can be placed in the installation prefix to form a library that Rizin automatically uses while analyzing a binary, in order to find known functions and ease the reversing process.
- Automatic golang function and string recovery for x86/x64/PowerPC/MIPS/ARM/RISC-V.
- A new Intermediate Language RzIL has been introduced in Rizin, primarily intended for representing the semantics of machine code and designed as a clone of BAP's Core Theory.
- Improved analysis on DEX files, especially on cross-references to imports.
- rz-diff -H option now supports infinite scrolling when binary diffing.
- Improved accuracy of the strings search and EBCDIC encoding support.
- Significant improvement of the Hexagon disassembly and analysis.
Full changelog here.