|0.1.1||Sep 7, 2022|
|0.1.0||Dec 29, 2021|
#1662 in Command line utilities
Terminus is an application that locates the ELF files that import or export a specific function. This can be used to quickly identify which library you may want to look at next when reversing a new software system by pinpointing the library that exports a specific version of a function that you are looking for.
USAGE: terminus [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] FLAGS: -h, --help Prints help information -i, --imported Match imported instead of exported functions -V, --version Prints version information OPTIONS: -d, --dir <dir> Directory to search in [default: /lib] -s, --search <search>... List of function names to search for [default: ]
Radare2 will need to be installed as this application utilizes r2pipes. Instructions to install Radare2 can be found here
If you have Rust and Cargo installed, Terminus can be quickly compiled and installed by running the following command:
cargo install terminus
This will install Terminus to ~/.cargo/bin/terminus, which might need to be added to your shell's PATH variable.
$ terminus -s printf -d /bin [!] /bin/lucious matched printf nth paddr vaddr bind type size lib name 252 0x000049d5 0x000049d5 GLOBAL FUNC 245 cterm_printf_ts [!] /bin/make matched printf nth paddr vaddr bind type size lib name 425 0x00011a40 0x00011a40 GLOBAL FUNC 321 file_timestamp_sprintf [+] Scanned file: /bin/newusers
Getting rid of R2 warnings
echo 'e bin.cache=true' > ~/.radare2rc