Frida is a powerful Dynamic instrumentation toolkit designed for developers, reverse-engineers, and security researchers. With Frida, you can effortlessly inject your own scripts into black box processes and seamlessly hook any function, monitor crypto APIs, or trace private application code without access to the source code.
The best part is that you can edit your scripts, save them, and instantly see the results, all without the need for compilation steps or program restarts. Frida is compatible with various operating systems including Windows, macOS, GNU/Linux, iOS, Android, and QNX.
You can install the Node.js bindings from npm, get the Python package from PyPI, or utilize Frida through its Swift bindings, .NET bindings, Qt/Qml bindings, or C API. Importantly, Frida is and will always be free software, emphasizing freedom and empowering the next generation of developer tools.
It also enables other free software developers to achieve interoperability through reverse engineering. We take pride in the fact that NowSecure utilizes Frida to conduct fast and thorough analysis of mobile apps at scale. Rest assured, Frida has undergone extensive testing across a wide range of use-cases and boasts a comprehensive test-suite.
- Edit, hit save, and instantly see the results
- Frida is and will always be free software
- Inject your own scripts into black box processes
- Hook any function, and spy on crypto APIs
- Works on Windows, macOS, GNU/Linux, iOS, Android, and QNX
- For developers, reverse-engineers, and security researchers
How to install?
pip install frida-tools # CLI tools
pip install frida # Python bindings
npm install frida # Node.js bindings
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