rune - symbolic execution for everyone
rune is a symbolic execution engine over ESIL. Integrated with radare2 for your everyday use!
rune is extensible and customizable. Almost every component in rune can have multiple implementations (each with their own tradeoffs) and still be compatible with the existing system.
At the moment, rune is not designed to be run on an entire binary, rather it is used to reason about smaller pieces of code iteratively and assist in reverse engineering tasks. If you need something that can be run on an entire binary automatically, you are better off other symbolic execution engines, such as angr.
Warning: rune is under heavy development and the API is highly unstable. However, feel free to use rune as any comments, suggestions and feedbacks are highly valued at this stage of the project!
NOTE: I am actively collecting suggestions for changes to the API. Please open issues for the same.
- Standard rust toolchain. This should work with stable, but nightly is recommended
- Latest build of radare2
Clone this repository. Then run
Cargo automatically fetches the required dependencies required for this project. To use runec, it is recommended to make a symlink to ./target/debug/runec
ln -s ./target/debug/runec /usr/bin/runec
Documentation will be available (shortly) at: docs
Contributing in terms of suggestions, bug-reports, blog posts and most importantly pull requests are greatly appreciated. Unless otherwise requested by the authors, all code will be dual-licensed under MIT and Apache Version 2.0,
To make reviews easier please ensure that the code adhers to the standard rust style of coding.
This project is being actively developed over at radare/rune.
Project Milestones and Roadmap
Please check the Issues
rune is dual-licensed under:
- Apache License, Version 2.0, (LICENSE-APACHE or http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0)
- MIT license (LICENSE-MIT or http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)
Use under either one of the above listed licenses is acceptable.