bap-primus

The BAP Microexecution Framework
Description

BAP Primus is a Microexecutuin Framework. The Microexecution technique was pioneered by Patrice Godefroid from Microsoft Research. The idea is to execute a binary from any point, using random inputs for undefined values.

The idea of Primus is very similiar. A program is lifted into the Intermediate Representation, that is interpreted using the Primus interpreter. The Framework allows users to customize the interpreter by implementing different machine components.

Install
Authors
Sources
v2.4.0.tar.gz
md5=b8b1aff8c6846f2213eafc54de07b304
Dependencies
graphlib
= "2.4.0"
monads
= "2.4.0"
regular
= "2.4.0"
bitvec
= "2.4.0"
bap-knowledge
= "2.4.0"
bap-strings
= "2.4.0"
bap-future
= "2.4.0"
bap-c
= "2.4.0"
bap-abi
= "2.4.0"
bap-std
= "2.4.0"
ppx_bap
>= "v0.14" & < "v0.15"
parsexp
>= "v0.14" & < "v0.15"
core_kernel
>= "v0.14" & < "v0.15"
ocaml
>= "4.08.0"
Reverse Dependencies