Radare2 reverse engineering framework and toolset
The radare project started in February of 2006 aiming to provide a free and simple command line interface for a hexadecimal editor supporting 64 bit offsets to search and recover data from hard-disks.
Since then, the project has grown, and its aim has changed to provide a complete framework for analyzing binaries with some basic *NIX concepts in mind, like everything is a file, small programs that interact with each other using stdin/out, and keep it simple.
Radare2 is a complete LGPL3 rewrite of the original project, which removes design issues of the first iteration, and makes it more modular and easier to script and maintain. It features a testsuite that aims to cover as many cases as possible in order to catch regressions.
Radare2 is composed of a hexadecimal editor at its core, with support for several architectures and binary formats. It features code analysis capabilities, scripting, data and code visualization through graphs and other means, a visual mode, easy unix integration, a binary diffing engine for code and data, a shellcode compiler, and much, much more!
radare2 2017 Projects
Antide PetitProper Windows platform supportThe main goal of the task is to add more support on Windows platform.
Srimanta BaruaRemote debugging with gdbserverThe current radare2 remote GDB debugging has a few issues. Having a GDBServer implementation inside radare2 that we understand well, will help...
Ren KimuraTimeless Debugging SupportAdd support for timeless debugging in r2. This requires r2 to create tracing session and read, write memory at any moment in tracing sessions. Same...