Didier Stevens

Sunday 26 April 2020

Quickpost: My SpiderMonkey’s Cheat Sheet

Filed under: My Software,Quickpost — Didier Stevens @ 8:27

I have a modified version of SpiderMonkey, Mozilla’s (old) JavaScript parser, that helps me with JavaScript analysis.

Details here.

js.exe -e “document.output(‘x’);” sample.js
zipdump.py -s 1 -d sample.js.zip | js.exe -e “document.output(‘a’);” –
zipdump.py -s 1 -d sample.js.zip | js.exe -e “document.output(‘d’);” –
zipdump.py -s 1 -d sample.js.zip | js.exe -e “document.output(‘X’);” –
zipdump.py -s 1 -d sample.js.zip | js.exe -e “document.output(‘A’);” –
zipdump.py -s 1 -d sample.js.zip | js.exe -e “document.output(‘D’);” –
zipdump.py -s 1 -d sample.js.zip | js.exe -e “document.output(‘f’);” –
zipdump.py -s 1 -d sample.js.zip | js.exe –

1 Comment »

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