Didier Stevens

Wednesday 26 July 2017

The Paste Command

Filed under: My Software — Didier Stevens @ 20:56

Clip is a useful command. Paste would be a useful command, unfortunately Windows has no paste command: paste would do the opposite of clip, read the clipboard and write it to stdout.

So I made my own command a couple of years ago, and yesterday I made it ready for publication.

I don’t use paste as often as clip, but sometimes I copy malware related data from my hex editor and then pipe it into my tools with paste.


Paste_V1_0_0_1.zip (https)
MD5: 2107C78DEA38EA98825BB686DB2291AD
SHA256: 329A0AA96E855219ACB99D7BC35F78CE552645F7829D1B475924F895BA614637


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