Didier Stevens

Sunday 29 November 2020

Update: emldump.py Version 0.0.11

Filed under: My Software,Update — Didier Stevens @ 21:50

This is the Python 3 version of my email file analysis tool (eml).

emldump_V0_0_11.zip (https)
MD5: 09408ED0C2183178BEA71459CE001995
SHA256: 01B3543CCBAE806E1536BF55E62DF7D30885737909DB4322348AC521138660CC

3 Comments »

  1. […] Update: emldump.py Version 0.0.11 […]

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  2. Hi Did,

    I have a very trivial project in mind. I think it’s very simple (or I hope so), but I really can’t figure it out, or at least, I am not able to determine the simplest way to do it.

    I thought about Python3 and Sqlite3, but maybe it is not the more straightforward way.

    So, what is my idea… I want to take some Cisco ASA connections logs and translate them in a human readable form.

    Say, for example, the following string:

    192.168.10.10 -> 57.68.72.90/10240

    should be translated to:

    PC-LABORATORY -> IBERIA

    Very easy, isn’t it? Not for me unfortunately 😪

    Sources and destinations ip addressess are all well known, so I can associate every ip address with its human-readable string; they are thousands, so I would create something like a dictionary (excel? sql db? python dictionary? what else?)

    Long story short, I don’t want a solution, just your thoughts about what language and/or data structure you would think of. I can’t really get it, even if I am a grep/sed/awk fan!

    Thank you very much for your attention and sorry for having stolen a bit of your precious time.

    Have a good 2021🍾 😉

    Gian

    Sent from mobile

    Comment by Gian Matteo Esposito — Saturday 2 January 2021 @ 14:48

  3. In what (file) format do you have the hostnames now?

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Sunday 3 January 2021 @ 10:11


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