BinDiff is a comparison tool for binary files that helps to quickly find differences and similarities in disassembled code. It is used by security researchers and engineers across the globe to identify and isolate fixes for vulnerabilities in vendor-supplied patches and to analyze multiple versions of the same binary. Another common use case is to transfer analysis results from one binary to another, helping to prevent duplicate analyses of, for example, malware binaries. This also helps to retain knowledge across teams of binary analysts where the individual workflows might vary from analyst to analyst.
Binary Analysis IDE: BinDiff is a binary code reverse engineering tool that was built to assist vulnerability researchers who look for vulnerabilities in disassembled code.
With BinNavi you can analyze disassembled x86, ARM, PowerPC, and MIPS code using the powerful built-in static code analysis techniques. In cases where static code analysis is not enough, you can use the built-in debuggers to get a live view on the program you are analyzing. More specifically, BinDiff can be used to:
To use it, you also need the commercial Hex-Rays IDA Pro disassembler, 6.8 or later.