Analyzing a suspect WMF file

Thursday, 30 August 2007, 12:54 AM EST

Randy Armknecht detected a malformed WMF file. My analysis will show that this WMF file doesnít contain shellcode. I use a tool I discovered recently, the 010 Editor, a professional hex editor with binary templates. Binary templates allow you to define the structure of a binary file with a C-like scripting language. A binary file parsed with a template is much easier to understand, as you will see. Unfortunately, I found no free alternative for this tool.

At blog.didierstevens.com

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