A fast disassembler/binary translator for x86-binaries has been developed by GrammaTech using Soufflé and open-sourced under the GNU Affero General Public License v3.0. The source code can be found on github.

The disassembler parses ELF files and translates the binary to a symbolic representation exposing control-flow and data-flow dependencies. Antonio Flores-Montoya and Eric Schulte have written a technical report summarising the work and have published the work on Arxiv.org. The title, link, and abstract are below,

Datalog Disassembly, Antonio Flores Montoya, Eric Schulte

Disassembly is fundamental to binary analysis and rewriting. We present a novel disassembly technique that takes a stripped binary and produces reassembleable assembly code. The resulting assembly code has accurate symbolic information providing cross-references for analysis and enabling adjustment of code and data pointers to accommodate rewriting. Our technique features multiple static analyses and heuristics in a combined Datalog implementation. We argue that Datalog’s inference process is particularly well suited for disassembly and the required analyses. Our implementation and experiments supports this claim. We have implemented our approach into an open-source tool called Ddisasm. In extensive experiments in which we rewrite thousands of x64 binaries we find Ddisasm is both faster and more accurate than the current state-of-the-art binary reassembling tool, Ramblr.