Didier Stevens

Wednesday 29 August 2012

Update: InteractiveSieve 0.7.6

Filed under: My Software,Update — Didier Stevens @ 13:18

The most important feature in this new version is the pivot table. You can select 2 columns and generate a pivot table for the data in these columns. Here is an example with data from a new tool I’m working on:

FYI: this shows which root certificates are present in the AuthentiCode signatures using MD5 or SHA1.

Here’s a list of changes:

  • Quick fix for empty field bugs reported by Troy Larson
  • Replaced Copy button in Values form with Copy Values and Copy All
  • Added hide doubles column command
  • Added Hide column; row counter & timer
  • Added Load from clipboard (paste)
  • Added Generate…
  • Added “Has header row” option, code for version 0.7.3 provided by Patrick Thomas

InteractiveSieve_V_0_7_6_0.zip (https)
MD5: 37C18D2E41CB311442E033F253818057
SHA256: 5758289A939388FDB73617DAD686EBD2B79D1E48444A772946E7606DAF49DB05


  1. I get different hashes for the zip archive:
    SHA256 ca0f69c1736d08e3e012a2396d686c2b27f7c89ff530c3766aacd1cf60abd2ab
    MD5 5d63ba6d9ec3aeb303c792053deb61a9

    Hopefully, that isn’t just a special package for me ….

    Comment by Matthew — Thursday 30 August 2012 @ 12:12

  2. @Matthew Good catch. It took me some time to figure out what went wrong: I forgot to upload the final version The beta version was still present on the site, and this is the one that you downloaded.
    The only difference between these 2 versions, is that I added code for the Save and Copy buttons of the Pivot Table dialog in the final version.

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Thursday 30 August 2012 @ 19:14

  3. […] reviewing my webserver’s logs with InteractiveSieve, I noticed a peculiar User Agent […]

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