Author m4b <m4b.github.io@gmail.com>
License BSD
Homepage http://www.m4b.io
Issue Tracker m4b.github.io@gmail.com
Maintainer m4b <m4b.github.io@gmail.com>
& ocamlbuild
Available ocaml-version >= "4.02"
Published Aug 17, 2015
Source [http] http://github.com/m4b/rdr/archive/v2.0.1.tar.gz
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Rdr is a cross-platform binary analysis and reverse engineering library,

utilizing a unique symbol map for global analysis.

rdr is an OCaml tool/library for doing cross-platform analysis of binaries, by printing headers, locating entry points, showing import and export symbols, their binary offsets and size, etc.

It also features a symbol map which allows fast lookups for arbitrary symbols, and their associated data, on your system (the default search location are binaries in /usr/lib).

The latest release also makes rdr a package which you can link against and use in your own projects.

See the README at http://github.com/m4b/rdr for more details.


  • 64-bit Linux and Mach-o binary analysis
  • Searchable symbol-map of all the symbols on your system, including binary offset, size, and exporting library
  • Print imports and exports of binaries
  • Make pretty graphs, at the binary or symbol map level
  • Byte Coverage algorithm which marks byte sequences as understood (or not) and provides other meta-data
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