Monthly Archives: November 2012

Java Class support

The upcoming 0.9.0 version of the Profiler adds support for Java class files. This will be especially useful for malware analysis. The support includes: disassembler, format views and layout ranges. Let’s see some screeshots of the format itself first. Here’s … Continue reading

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News for version 0.8.9

The new version is out. :) Here’s a recap of the latest improvements: – increased python integration and exposed more parts of the SDK – added SDK documentation to the docs directory – added Python command line – added global … 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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Python SDK improvements

The upcoming 0.8.9 release of the Profiler improves integration with Python and the SDK exposes new functionality. Moreover, it lays down the groundwork needed to expand the SDK in the next releases. Documentation of the SDK has been included in … Continue reading

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