FLARE Team Reversing Repository
This repository contains a collection of IDA Pro scripts and plugins used by the FireEye Labs Advanced Reverse Engineering (FLARE) team.
git clone https://github.com/fireeye/flare-ida.git
To install, copy the contents of the plugins directory in this repository to your %PROGRAMFILES%\IDA\plugins folder.
The python directory here can be copied to your %PROGRAMFILES%\IDA\python folder, or you can modify your PYTHONPATH environment variable to include the directory.
The shellcode_hashes_search_plugin.py IDA plugin implements the hash searching described here.
The shellcode_hashes directory contains the script used to create the database for the shellcode_hash_search.py script, along with a provided database.
The struct_typer_plugin.py plugin implements the struct typing described here.
The stackstrings_plugin.py implements the recovery of manually constructed strings described here.
This script for IDA Pro adds MSDN information from an XML file to the database. Information about this plugin can be found here.
The following functionality is included:
- Backup the original database
- Retrieve all imported functions
- Import function descriptions
- Import argument descriptions
- Create custom enumerations for identified constants including descriptions
- Rename constants to their readable values
MSDN Annotations Usage
TL;DR: In IDA run annotate_IDB_MSDN.py.
All files (IDAPython scripts, XML parser, MSDN information XML file, etc.) should be located in the same directory accessible by IDA Pro. In IDA use File – Script file… (ALT + F7) to open annotate_IDB_MSDN.py. The form will allow you to change the settings and annotate the IDB file after you click OK.
After executing the script once, View – Recent scripts (ALT + F9) can be used as well.
This plugin allows you to specify or choose a function type for indirect calls as described here.
This script allows you to easily generate function patterns from an existing IDB database that can then be turned into FLIRT signatures to help identify similar functions in new files. More information is available at here.
This utility can help you identify static arguments to functions used within a program. This is most commonly used to extract arguments to string decoder functions. Example usage is available in
A blog post with further information is available here.
This script creates cross-references between selector references and their implementations as defined in the Objective-C 2.0 runtime related sections of the target Mach-O executable. This makes the analysis of Objective-C code easier by enabling smooth transitions between an implementation and the locations where its selector is referenced throughout the code.