BinCrowd is a tool you can use to create a
central repository of reverse-engineered disassembly information and
share this information with other members of your team. You can
upload function names, comments, and other information you discover.
The fuzzy binary diffing algorithms behind BinCrowd allow you to
transfer information not just between completely equal files but
also between different versions of the same file. This is useful if
you need to port names and symbols from an older version of a file
to a newer version.
You can use the same binary diffing algorithms to discover in what
binary files of your BinCrowd library a certain function is used. If
you have found a vulnerable library function, you can use BinCrowd
to find out in what binary files this function is used.
Screenshot 1: BinCrowd Start Site
Screenshot 2: Finding files similar to zlib 1.2.3
Screenshot 3: Viewing
similarities between zlib 1.2.2 and zlib 1.2.3