Didier Stevens

Friday 19 April 2013


Filed under: My Software,Reverse Engineering — Didier Stevens @ 0:00

As a thank you to those who nominated me for the European Security Bloggers Awards, I’m going to release some new scripts this week. Here’s the fourth one.

pecheck.py is a wrapper for pefile, but this version has a new feature: check a PE file stored in a (password protected) ZIP file (password infected).

pecheck_v0_3_0.zip (https)
MD5: C2AC9FED3C7F1787854C8D0E651B2591
SHA256: 3CDEBADA4C594DD3622E234747C6AABD41573C94087C0554CBA65D0472F6B413

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