Why is there a
:BinjaLove: emoji on our public Slack?
It turns out our customers don't just like our product...they love it!
Here's just a few of our many happy fans:
I really like the GUI from Binary Ninja by @vector35, it is very smooth and intuitive to follow, I like working with the the ILs. Soon I should start writing plugins to learn more about them, and also I want to know how to write "backends" for this tool.— Farenain (@Farenain) November 25, 2023
After 16+ years of IDA usage I never realized how quickly Binary Ninja became my daily driver.— Stolas (@binpwn) April 22, 2022
Using MLIL/HLIL/SSA with Python for reversing is just so much quicker.
Being able to rewrite IL instructions will be a game changer. Binja is the future of binary analysis. https://t.co/KMkNUEuK4x— Ryan “DM” Smith (@DarthMaulware) August 16, 2021
Today I noticed Binary Ninja Cloud is a thing now! Not the first web based disassembler, but definitely once of the nicer ones. Best part? The High Level IL which is for reversing noobs like myself is a great aid.— Hamid Kashfi (@hkashfi) August 20, 2020
Updated my binary patchset for reMarkable v22.214.171.124 to bind the web interface to localhost. Seems to persist through reboots! Really enjoyed using the new Binary Ninja decompiler to reverse the new firmware.https://t.co/UOkkJGPuAw— nick mooney in 2023 (@wellhydrated) June 30, 2020
Just splurged on binary ninja after stumbling around in r2 for months. I think I’m in love...— James (@jtcsec) July 22, 2020
BN released their decompiler! https://t.co/Rcu5wpaSlQ The insane news to me: "Some time shortly after the decompiler is available to our current customers, anyone will be able to use the decompiler for free on https://t.co/C1B52gs8ZL." Congrats to @vector35 @psifertex & team!— Yanick Fratantonio (@[email protected]) (@reyammer) April 17, 2020
It's really amazing the kind of stuff that can be done with the @vector35 Binary Ninja API. This is a run of a plugin I created that uses BN's MLIL SSA mode to trace a system() call argument to a sprintf and then to its source. #TPLink #SmarterNotHarder https://t.co/QUSKDKp0ao pic.twitter.com/R4MSZHPbbF— Amir Etemadieh (@Zenofex) December 19, 2019
@vector35 did a fantastic job with HLIL, binja is a fantastic tool and just keeps getting better. Now I just need to find the time to finish getting Hexagon working with this! pic.twitter.com/ijK0dFf498— Seamus (@AlternateAdmin) April 17, 2020
Also, Binary Ninja’s MLIL is great for architectures you're not familiar with. Highly recommend their Slack even if you don't have a BN license, a bunch of professional REs hang out there, and beginner RE questions are welcome in the #ninjas-in-training channel.— Jesse D'Aguanno (@0x30n) November 3, 2019
I've been using Binary Ninja for a while and love it, but would often fall back to IDA because of muscle memory from decades of use.— Jesse D'Aguanno (@0x30n) April 27, 2022
Recently used it as my primary tool for a couple of decent sized RE projects and starting to prefer it over IDA. Great work @vector35 @BinjaDevs!
Binary Ninja Handles 8k scaling like a champ, IDA not so much pic.twitter.com/LBCGXij21n— David Weston (DWIZZZLE) (@dwizzzleMSFT) February 10, 2022
I prefer Binary Ninja it's easier— Redhwan Kathir | رضوان كثير (@radwancom62) February 27, 2022
Have absolutely no idea what anything means or what the bloody hell they do! But I approve this 💯— L.P (@lewisplant3) January 28, 2022
binary ninja is also good, you want to pay for it. don't pir8 it. demo it— decoded (@d3d0c3d) June 5, 2020
it's a beautiful, well-designed tool, and it's only going to get better— Catherine (@whitequark) April 17, 2020
Nobody is doing this better than Binary Ninja, imo. API's for LLIL, MLIL, and soon, HLIL. IDA has made an attempt by exposing their "microcode" to IDAPython, but Ghidra and IDA weren't designed originally with this in mind.— Brandon Miller (@zznop_) October 8, 2019
So the dev channel of Binary Ninja now has the High Level IL, and it's pretty damn amazing.— shinmai.wtf - unused MGS boss Cute Notman (@shinmai) April 19, 2020
Like "amazing" as in: "as soon as they get signature libraries for MSVC, I'm probably not going to be using other static reversing tools" amazing.
Thank you. I purchased a BinaryNinja license yesterday and stayed up till 3AM playing with it. I couldn’t put it down!— Angelo DeLuca (@AngDeLuca) September 6, 2023
Binary Ninja continues to be the tool you *actually* want to use for debugging/dissassembly.— remy🐀 (@_mattata) September 15, 2023
Binary Ninja - 3.5: Expanded Universe https://t.co/a2iugc3yNQ
The team is really happy with the new Binary Ninja so far, already proved very useful for some recent work that needed unattended automation— Brad Spengler (@spendergrsec) January 28, 2022
I have been looking forward to this for a while, love Binary Ninja— 🕹 RetroReversing - Reverse Retro Games 🕹 (@RetroReversing) January 28, 2022
Ok I really like the decompiler in Binary Ninja. Sold.— 偉 (@_sinn3r) April 26, 2020
Binary ninja is so damn good— Liam\0 (@LiamInfoSec) February 12, 2021
Probably the best approach I've seen so far, even if it's a bit risky :p— Laluka@Offenskill (@TheLaluka) August 25, 2020
Keep up the good work, your product is really awesome ! ^.^ pic.twitter.com/TL54lXsRkR
the binary ninja magic structure (just press s) creation thing is really cool.— brinly (@brinlystorm) May 28, 2020
I've tried Binary Ninja's new decompiler on a couple binaries I had laying around and I must say I really like the approach, this is definitely an awesome addition to my toolset! @vector35 great work! pic.twitter.com/AxR6dUn66S— Layle (@layle_ctf) April 17, 2020
I've had the chance to play a bit with the decompiler while it was in alpha. I really like that it's treated more like another IL layer than "let's give you some annoying C". Makes scripting (one of my favorite parts about binary ninja) nicer :) https://t.co/P2LUOLBKCo— tylerni7 (@tylerni7) April 17, 2020
Oh man, you guys are making Binja super Binja and I am loving it. Keep it coming!— ⚙ Rev - Infra & Supply Chain Technician ⛈📦🛠️ (@ManuelBerrueta) April 7, 2020
Kudos to @vector35 and the @BinjaDevs for the awesome #binaryninja and even better support! Reported an issue, confirmed as bug, and the fix came out less than 24 hours later. Y'all are the best. pic.twitter.com/Ab2ngvueBw— 3pidemix (@3pidemix) November 16, 2019