Category Archives: Filters

Custom filters: Lua and misc/basic

Last year filters have been introduced and among them them the very useful ‘misc/basic‘. The upcoming 0.9.5 version of the Profiler improves this filter introducing the condition parameter. For instance, let’s take the following filter: <flts><f name=’misc/basic’ operation=’xor’ check=’!=’ bits=’8′ … Continue reading

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Disasm options & filters

The upcoming version 0.9.4 of the Profiler introduces improvements to several disasm engines: ActionScript3, Dalvik, Java, MSIL. In particular it adds options, so that the user can decide whether to include file offsets and opcodes in the output. The code … Continue reading

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Exposing the Core (part 1)

The main feature of the upcoming 0.9.3 version of the Profiler is the expansion of the public SDK. This basically means that a consistent subset of the internal classes will be exposed. Although it’s a subset, there’s no way to … Continue reading

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Damaged Zip archive (video)

In this video we can see how to inspect a damaged Zip archive using the Profiler in a real-world scenario. Although soon the automatic recovery of damaged Zip archives will be available and it will be possible to perform this … Continue reading

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Filters with range parameters

The upcoming 0.8.9 release improves filters and introduces range parameters. If you don’t know what filters are you can take a look at the original introductory post. What is now possible to do is to specify an optional range for … Continue reading

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An introduction to Filters

While filters have always been a part of the Profiler, they are now partly exposed only with the upcoming 0.8.7 version. Shortly explained: filters are algorithms of different nature which can be applied to portions of data. The starting point … Continue reading

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