Profiler 2.7

Profiler 2.7 is out with the following news:

+ added experimental support for Windows raw memory images
+ added support for EML files
+ added TOR-based URL download action
added JBIG2 decoder for PDFs
– improved PDF parsing against new malware samples
– improved search in hex view
– updated OpenSSL to 1.0.2
– updated Python to 3.6
– reduced dependencies on Linux
– fixed possible division by zero in PEObject::RvaToOffset
– fixed filter preview crash
– fixed Python multi-threading issue
– fixed PasteBin plugin
– fixed recognition of newer DEX files
– default to SHA-2/256 instead of SHA-1
– various bug fixes and improvements

With this version we also start to release the Advanced edition of Profiler. News entries marked by the ‘+’ sign are exclusive to the Advanced edition.

Experimental support for Windows raw memory images

Quite some time has passed since we published a post demonstrating some basic memory forensics capabilities in Profiler.

In this release of the Advanced edition we decided to publish that code, although barely functional. We didn’t want to additionally delay this long due release by working more on the memory forensic part. We will try to clean it up and make it more useful for the next release. :)

Enjoy!

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