Didier Stevens

Saturday 9 April 2022

New Tool: myjson-filter.py

Filed under: Announcement,My Software — Didier Stevens @ 8:50

A couple of my tools can produce JSON output, using my own format (myjson).

This output can then be piped into another tool, like strings.py or file-magic.py.

I’m now releasing a tool that can be put into a command pipe to filter the JSON data: myjson-filter.py

For example, here I use myjson-filter.py to remove all items that are XML files (based on the content: starting with <?xml) before strings are extracted with strings.py:

More info in this ISC diary entry I wrote: “Method For String Extraction Filtering“.

myjson-filter_V0_0_2.zip (http)
MD5: 15DDC15DE65F447CE6DA94F8B34C5066
SHA256: EB330FE49421A13A8743F18064788DC2E8189A9B63FD19D517F0B830D1569321

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