SMDA is a minimalist recursive disassembler library that is optimized for accurate Control Flow Graph (CFG) recovery from memory dumps. It is based on Capstone (http://www.capstone-engine.org/) and currently supports x86/x64 Intel machine code. As input, arbitrary memory dumps (ideally with known base address) can be processed. The output is a collection of functions, basic blocks, and instructions with their respective edges between blocks and functions (in/out). Optionally, references to the Windows API can be inferred by using the ApiScout method.
To get an impression how to work with the library, check the demo script:
- analyze.py -- example usage: perform disassembly and optionally store results in JSON to a given output path.
The code should be fully compatible with Python 2 and 3. Further explanation on the innerworkings follow in separate publications but will be referenced here.
- 2018-09-28: We now have functional PE/ELF loaders.
- 2018-07-09: Performance improvements.
- 2018-07-01: Initial Release.
Thanks to Steffen Enders for his extensive contributions to this project.
Pull requests welcome! :)