Didier Stevens

Didier Stevens Suite

I bundled most of my software in a ZIP file and GitHub repository. Some software that requires installation (Ariad) or triggers too much anti-virus programs on VirusTotal was not included.

I update this ZIP file and repository each time I release a new version or a new program (excluding beta versions).

Last update: 2022/07/24

If you get errors running one of my programs, read this first.


DidierStevensSuite.zip (http)
MD5: 702FF8C0D0653EE3676F58AE756CD14B
SHA256: CDBA8913CBD3E21A70E165F9859261FF23351FD1835188D082A0013CFC8AF68A


  1. […] bundled most of my software in a ZIP file. In all modesty, I call it Didier Stevens […]

    Pingback by Didier Stevens Suite | Didier Stevens — Thursday 8 January 2015 @ 20:14

  2. Great stuff

    Comment by Anonymous — Thursday 19 November 2015 @ 10:04

  3. Fyi, Palo Alto Wildfire blocked download of zip due to AnalyzePESig-crt-auto-x86.exe detected as malware

    Comment by Anonymous — Friday 25 November 2016 @ 13:47

  4. Thanks, ‘really a painstaking job.

    Comment by Anonymous — Monday 18 September 2017 @ 10:41

  5. Didier – Is there a way we can submit fixes or improvements, since it says you don’t accept pull requests on Github.


    Comment by Anonymous — Tuesday 30 October 2018 @ 23:16

  6. Yes, for what program?

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Tuesday 30 October 2018 @ 23:19

  7. Hi dear,
    I’m looking for something that verify URLs reachability. But not just that. I have an URL filtering appliance, so the URL check script had to discriminate between appliance blocking (“this site is blocked” message) and anything else.

    Have you any suggestions for me please?

    Kind regards

    Comment by Gian — Wednesday 12 June 2019 @ 7:15

  8. Yes, I have something that I will release soon: wgets.py

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Friday 14 June 2019 @ 8:26

  9. Greeeat! Just love you 😉

    Comment by Gian Matteo Esposito — Friday 14 June 2019 @ 8:51

  10. […] go so well. But thanks to @killamjr’s help, updating all of Didier Steven’s tools, and this SANS blog post, it all worked out fine. Let’s work through […]

    Pingback by Crimson Rat (02-24-2020): VelvetSweatshop and shellcode – Click All the Things! — Thursday 27 February 2020 @ 12:54

  11. […] of them are written in Python (a free, open-source programming language).These tools can be found here and on […]

    Pingback by Analyzing a “multilayer” Maldoc: A Beginner’s Guide – NVISO Labs — Wednesday 6 April 2022 @ 8:22

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