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I'm wanting to scrutinise code from both a qualitative and quantitative perspective. I need your help in identifying useful tools that will help me pull WIN32 & LINUX ELF binaries apart. No doubt as things evolve I will be asking other questions too but for the moment I simply need tools that work.
I know about the Bastard decompiler but I can't get the thing to 'make' properly. I guess it's a bit out of date too.
Anyway, I'd also be interested in cross compilers and de-compilers for Intel/AMD 16/32 processors. Alternative compiler libraries and development environments would also be of a major interest.
I'm running Win95, XP and LINUX RedHat v.6. Whatever you point to should be suitable for these OSs.
There seems to be little free-ware/share-ware around unless you're interested in JAVA de-compilation.
If anyone has pointers, URLs etc, where I can find code that works then I'd be pleased to hear from you.
Thanks in advance,
everyone i talk to pretty much uses ida; it's
considered "industry standard".
i can't stand windows and feel silly running
vmware, so i mostly use home-brewed stuff
based on libdisasm.
there are various projects out there like
boomerang and rec and lida that you should