We’ve just returned from a trip down the road to Miami, FL. What made us brave the road hazards and dangerous drivers in Miami? Why, our favorite conference: Infiltrate from Immunity. What makes Infiltrate so good? First, there’s no “lobby con”, but rather the whole conference feels like a lobby con but with much better food and drinks. Because the meals are provided and hang-out times are included, there’s plenty of opportunities to meet new, interesting people.Read more
Blog Binary Ninja Deep Thoughts
Welcome to the Binary Ninja Blog
A number of folks have pointed out that the website hasn’t changed very much since we launched the product so we thought we’d remedy that. Not only do we have a changelog, but we’ve also launched our blog!
You might notice that the first entry from Andrew is a repost. He originally wrote it last year and published it under his personal blog, but we’ve polished it up a bit and are moving it here so we can have all of our Binary Ninja related blog posts in one place.
We plan a variety of types of blog posts. From brief overviews of our development plans and timelines, to in-depth technical discussions of core design decisions, to walk-throughs of specific features so keep an eye on this space.
Read on for an overview of what we’ve been up to these past few weeks.Read more
Generating a Thumb2 Disassembler from the Specification
For me, the fun in writing a disassembler drops off sharply after the first. It becomes just plain tedious. For our thumb2 disassembler, we looked for a more interesting way to construct one, and found benefits beyond reducing boredom: serviceability and accuracy.
Spoiler, what we’re doing is generating a disassembler from the ARM specification (spec) itself. This involves some intermediate steps and parsing, which we discuss below.