Does /g/ appreciate the fine art of reverse engineering?
Does /g/ appreciate the fine art of structured query language?
I've been using radare2 for various tasks for a few months now and I'll have to say I really enjoy it.
I haven't been able to find anything I could with IDA or GDB which can't be done in r2 instead (though it may take some time to figure it out due to lacking documentation).
The list of platforms and architecture it support is amazing and I even have it running on my non-rooted android.
From all the open-source alternatives, radare2 is the only when I've actually liked.
Well, I enjoy the pretty visualizations that IDA Pro generates. They look pretty fucking computers.
Is there a free Linux alternative with that sick graph view? I don't want to pay millions for the program I have no use for, but I do want to have some fun playing around with it.
>>51535786$ radare2 /bin/ls
[0x0000000]> VV @ sym.main
or the webview (picture related)