16 Binaries Static Analysis Tools
Analyzes a raw binary firmware and determines features like endianness or the loading address. The tool is compatible with all architectures. Loading address: binbloom can parse a raw binary firmware and determine its loading address. Endianness: binbloom can use heuristics to determine the endianness of a firmware. UDS Database: binbloom can parse a raw binary firmware and check if it contains an array containing UDS command IDs.
Ever wondered what's making your binary big? Bloaty McBloatface will show you a size profile of the binary so you can understand what's taking up space inside. Bloaty performs a deep analysis of the binary. Using custom ELF, DWARF, and Mach-O parsers, Bloaty aims to accurately attribute every byte of the binary to the symbol or compileunit that produced it. It will even disassemble the binary looking for references to anonymous data. F
chap analyzes un-instrumented ELF core files for leaks, memory growth, and corruption. It is sufficiently reliable that it can be used in automation to catch leaks before they are committed. As an interactive tool, it helps explain memory growth, can identify some forms of corruption, and supplements a debugger by giving the status of various memory locations.
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