Didier Stevens

Saturday 28 January 2017

Update: byte-stats.py Version 0.0.5

Filed under: My Software,Update — Didier Stevens @ 8:37

This new version of byte-stats.py adds statistics for hexadecimal and base64 characters:

$byte-stats.py all.bin

Byte ASCII Count     Pct
0x00           1   0.39%
0x01           1   0.39%
0x02           1   0.39%
0x03           1   0.39%
0x04           1   0.39%
...
0xfb           1   0.39%
0xfc           1   0.39%
0xfd           1   0.39%
0xfe           1   0.39%
0xff           1   0.39%

Size: 256

                   File(s)
Entropy:           8.000000
Unique bytes:           256 100.00%
NULL bytes:               1   0.39%
Control bytes:           27  10.55%
Whitespace bytes:         6   2.34%
Printable bytes:         94  36.72%
High bytes:             128  50.00%
Hexadecimal bytes:       22   8.59%
BASE64 bytes:            65  25.39%

byte-stats_V0_0_5.zip (https)
MD5: B79C6DF0964C9BA676D88E2085ACF037
SHA256: B9112274BD757FB3311883B0CF179ABDEC149C421EFEB335D70AF972495A5C20

3 Comments »

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