[FD] Unicorn CPU Emulator Framework is out! (fwd)
dave at horsfall.org
Fri Oct 16 03:22:39 UTC 2015
Anyone have any plans to port this?
Dave Horsfall DTM (VK2KFU) "Those who don't understand security will suffer."
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Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2015 02:09:52 +0800
From: Nguyen Anh Quynh
To: unicorn-engine at freelists.org,
"dailydave at lists.immunityinc.com" <dailydave at lists.immunityinc.com>,
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Subject: [FD] Unicorn CPU Emulator Framework is out!
Two months after our Blackhat USA talk, we are excited to announce the
first release, version 0.9, of Unicorn Engine, the multi-arch,
multi-platform CPU emulator framework you are all longing for!
Unicorn CPU emulator offers some unparalleled features:
- Multi-architectures: Arm, Arm64 (Armv8), M68K, Mips, PowerPC, Sparc, &
X86 (include X86_64).
- Clean/simple/lightweight/intuitive architecture-neutral API.
- Implemented in pure C language, with bindings for Python, Java, Go & .NET
- Native support for Windows & *nix (with Mac OSX, Linux, *BSD & Solaris
- High performance by using Just-In-Time compiler technique.
- Support fine-grained instrumentation at various levels.
- Thread-safe by design.
- Distributed under open source license GPL.
For further information, see our website at http://www.unicorn-engine.org
Unicorn is a very young project, but we do hope that it will live a long
life. The community support will be critical for this little open source
We would like show our gratitude to the beta testers for bug reports & code
contributions during the beta phase! Their invaluable helps have been
tremendous for us to keep this far.
Huge thanks go to QEMU project, which Unicorn is based on, and extends much
further in its special area. Without the almighty QEMU, Unicorn would not
Our engine aims to lay the ground for innovative works. We look forward to
seeing many advanced research & development in the security area built on
this framework. Let the fun begin!
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