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LIEF is a library to analyze executable formats like ELF, MachO, and PE. It can be used during reverse engineering, binary analysis, and malware research.
LIEF is short for Library to Instrument Executable Formats.
LIEF is written in Python.
- + The source code of this software is available
- binary analysis
- malware analysis
- reverse engineering
radare2 is a tool to perform reverse engineering on files of all types. It can be used to analyze malware, firmware, or any other type of binary files.
RA-DA-RE stands for RAw DAta REcovery. It helps with performing analysis on files and images to retrieve useful artifacts. This can be used to better understand how malware works, recover lost data, or troubleshoot why software is crashing.
In 2014, radare1 was replaced by radare2, which was a parallel work and a full rewrite. It then was released under the LGPLv3 license.
Bingrep is a utility that can be described as the 'grep for binaries'. It runs on Linux and helps with reverse engineering and malware analysis.
Searches through binaries and highlights the most important areas with colors.
Supported binary formats:
- ELF 32/64, arm, x86, openrisc
- Mach 32/64, arm, x86