Binary Ninja is built to be as extensible as possible and that includes adding and extending new architectures. While we’ve published example architectures before, this blog post is meant to serve as a more detailed introduction to what goes into adding an architecture. Specifically, this series of blog posts will get you started from zero plugin writing experience to a fully functional architecture with easy to verify checkpoints along the way in a short amount of time.
This first post in the series is meant to get you going with a very fast architecture disassembler in an afternoon by leveraging an existing disassembler and wrapping it into the appropriate APIs. In the second part of the series, I’ll introduce more of the concepts behind Binary Ninja’s IL and how that forms the basis for its advanced analysis.
[EDITOR’S NOTE: This post was lost in the shuffle during some website maintenance and is being re-posted in a corrected form. Sorry about that!]Read more