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Published on February 6th, 2019 📆 | 3786 Views ⚑


Bincat – Binary Code Static Analyser, With IDA Integration

BinCAT is a static Binary Code Analysis Toolkit, designed to help reverse engineers, directly from IDA.
It features:

  • value analysis (registers and memory)
  • taint analysis
  • type reconstruction and propagation
  • backward and forward analysis
  • use-after-free and double-free detection


In action
You can check (an older version of) BinCAT in action here:

Check the tutorial out to see the corresponding tasks.

Quick FAQ
Supported host platforms:

  • IDA plugin: all, version 6.9 or later (BinCAT uses PyQt, not PySide)
  • analyzer (local or remote): Linux, Windows, macOS (maybe)

Supported CPU for analysis (for now):

  • x86-32
  • ARMv7
  • ARMv8
  • PowerPC

Only IDA v6.9 or later (7 included) are supported

Binary distribution install (recommended)
The binary distribution includes everything needed:

  • the analyzer
  • the IDA plugin

Install steps:

  • Extract the binary distribution of BinCAT (not the git repo)
  • In IDA, click on “File -> Script File…” menu (or type ALT-F7)
  • Select
  • BinCAT is now installed in your IDA user dir
  • Restart IDA

Manual installation

The analyzer can be used locally or through a Web service.
On Linux:

On Windows:

IDA Plugin

BinCAT should work with IDA on Wine, once pip is installed:

Using BinCAT

Quick start


  • Load the plugin by using the Ctrl-Shift-B shortcut, or using the Edit -> Plugins -> BinCAT menu
  • Go to the instruction where you want to start the analysis
  • Select the BinCAT Configuration pane, click <-- Current to define the start address
  • Launch the analysis

Global options can be configured through the Edit/BinCAT/Options menu.
Default config and options are stored in $IDAUSR/idabincat/conf.


  • “Use remote bincat”: select if you are running docker in a Docker container
  • “Remote URL”: http://localhost:5000 (or the URL of a remote BinCAT server)
  • “Autostart”: autoload BinCAT at IDA startup
  • “Save to IDB”: default state for the save to idb checkbox

manual is provided and check here for a description of the configuration file format.
tutorial is provided to help you try BinCAT’s features.

Article and presentations about BinCAT


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