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Vulnerability Modeling with Binary Ninja

Plenty of static analyzers can perform vulnerability discovery on source code, but what if you only have the binary? How can we model a vulnerability and then check a binary to see if it is vulnerable? The short answer: use Binary Ninja’s MLIL and SSA form. Together, they make it ... Read More
An extra bit of analysis for Clemency

An extra bit of analysis for Clemency

This year’s DEF CON CTF used a unique hardware architecture, cLEMENCy, and only released a specification and reference tooling for it 24 hours before the final event began. cLEMENCy was purposefully designed to break existing tools and make writing new ones harder. This presented a formidable challenge given the timeboxed ... Read More
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Devirtualizing C++ with Binary Ninja

In my first blog post, I introduced the general structure of Binary Ninja’s Low Level IL (LLIL), as well as how to traverse and manipulate it with the Python API. Now, we’ll do something a little more interesting. Reverse engineering binaries compiled from object-oriented languages can be challenging, particularly when ... Read More