Cobalt Strike 3.2, the third release in the 3.x series, is now available. The 3.2 release focuses on fixes and improvements across the Cobalt Strike product.
x64 Beacon - Cobalt Strike’s x86 Beacon plays pretty well in an x64 world. You can inject the keystroke logger and screenshot tools into 64-bit processes. If you run mimikatz or hashdump, Beacon uses the right build of these tools for the system you’re on. Cobalt Strike’s user-driven attacks even do the right thing when they land code execution in an x64 application.
That said, an x86-only payload is a burden. It limits which processes you can inject into. This can hurt your ability to hide. Cobalt Strike 3.2 resolves this with the introduction of the x64 Beacon.