The US National Security Agency will release the reverse engineering tool for free, but its Toolkit was leaked last year.
The toolkit is Java-based; runs Windows, macOS, and Linux; supports a great deal of processor instruction sets, and provides a C programming language decompiler for multiple architectures. It can be used to analyse binary files used by programs, as well as malware, that run on different operating systems.
NSA will be releasing Reverse Engineering Tool for public use in a session at the RSA conference in San Francisco. Senior NSA adviser Robert Joyce will present the upcoming security conference.
Sessions title is “Come Get Your Free NSA Reverse Engineering Tool!”
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