REDasm is a cross platform disassembler with a modern codebase useful from the hobbyist to the professional reverse engineer.
All features are provided by LibREDasm which loads plugins developed in C, C++ and Python3 (you can also support new languages if you want!) and an user friendly Qt frontend.
LibREDasm also provides a plain C API for maximum ABI compatibility along with a C++17 core.
Tested on Windows and Linux.
REDasm is still under heavy development, currently is supports:
- C++ and Python 3 Plugins
- Multithreaded analysis
- Binary lifting and intermediate language analysis (RDIL)
- Portable Executable (with VB decompilation)
- XBox 1
- x86 and x86_64
- ARM (WIP)
- More features are under development!
- CMake 3.12
- C++17 compiler (tested on GCC 10.x and MSVC2019)
- Qt 5.11
Building from source
- MiniZ : ZLib's drop in replacement
- TaoJSON: C++ header-only JSON library
- UndName: MSVC Demangler
- Libiberty: Binutils Demangler
- Zydis: Fast and lightweight x86/x86-64 disassembler library
- Capstone: Disassembler Framework
- LibREDasm is released under GNU LGPL3 License
- REDasm is released under GNU GPL3 License