Thanks a lot for recommending me this program. I had tried about half dozen of other PE Identifier Programs but this was the first one to do what it said it did.
For me personally the program is very easy to use and has a nice GUI.
REBELPEGUIF is very impressive!
I understand that this program can be used as a portable scanner or one of many tools in an IDS and I'm sure it has those capabilities but I haven't tested them so I can't recommend them as such.
I do appreciate all the help from the contributor and staff here and I'm glad I picked this program.
My name is Wilt and I had the same issue as the above user. I recently found a program similar to rebuldpe which can be used in Windows 7 ( I have a premium subscription)
It also has a trial version. I am going to try this out for now and see how it does.
The program will not identify a modified.NET program which contains a new string constant but will identify the original version with the new string constant.
The program can also identify a modified C# program which doesn't contain the new string constant and does identify the original version.
The program also identifies a modified file as modified and has a similar effect to a cryptographic hash algorithm and is very effective in identifying the original version.
I have found another program for the rest of the features that is similar but from my limited knowledge it doesn't have a similar issue with a new string constant. I haven't tested it as I have both.
The program can detect a modified packed exe with the original exe and exe2. Both can be detected with the original exe and exe2, it will not identify them as original.
It also detects a modified exe with exe and exe2 but the exe and exe2 are detected as original exe2 and original exe.
Also it detects all three versions of the modified exe but only with the original exe2 and exe.
The program can be opened up and analyzed with both the HPEiD trial version and the rebuldpe which is free.
The rebuldpe offers a much more effective GUI which is easy to use and display information.
The rebuldpe will not be very effective in analyzing all of the
Many programs use/abuse keymacros. PEiD can handle any keymacro out there! Including hashes, sizes, byte at offsets, IMEI... anything you can imagine!
Features are one of the main reasons why PEiD is so successful. It is a 64bit standalone application. You can use it directly from a USB stick (including boot sector) and change settings (detection rate, patching ratio...). A big part of the logic is in the GUI so you have access to all of the options.
It is very modular, so you can be as detailed or as simple as you like. Each option can be changed directly in the GUI.
PEiD also includes a removal tool. You can remove parts of a PE file and see what will happen! You can apply the removal settings to existing PE files, if you want to try the removal without installing the application!
The installer includes special features to make the process easy for you! Simply copy the program to your USB stick (including boot sector), adjust settings (see General section below), copy the USB stick back and there you go! No additional setup is required!
- Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10
- USB sticks up to 16GB (must be Fat32)
- Including boot sector
- Portable version (just copy over existing directory)
You can also get the portable version from here:
PEiD is open source. Please see the project homepage for instructions on getting the source code and all the info you could ever need:
If you need help or have a suggestion, please use our help forums (instructions are at the bottom of this page).
Also, if you have found something wrong with the application or are aware of a bug or problem you can help us to fix them! Please write in the forums if you think you can help!
When using USB sticks, the name of the stick has to be the same as the path of the program. As long as you rename the USB stick, the program will work! If you are using the Portable version and you copy the folder to a different location, you need to rename the folder to get the program to run!
You can also use the portable version and modify
The '*' and '!' denote additional functions which may be supported in a future version.
Added a speed button
The speed button lets you to increase or decrease the scan speed as fast as you like. The speed is determined by the GUI. So you will not have any problems when you need a real quick scan but you do not have the time to play with the parameters.
The speed has been set to a high default value to give you the best results for your system. Feel free to play with the speed at your own risk.
Improved an algorithm for looking at all the reserved bits
The new algorithm checks for all the reserved bits in a memory page and scans for possible malware. This is done even if the page is already reserved, because pages used for data, heap or stack are usually reserved. However, there are some programs that can reserve their pages, too. For instance, VMware or CoreOS. Some programs may be unable to run if the reserved memory pages are not reserved in the machine's memory configuration. To find out if a page is reserved you should open the Properties of the page and look for the "Reserved" column.
Fixed an issue of the '!*' functions. Now it only checks for the bit set in the optional parameter.
Fixed a rare problem with the '*!' functions
Added an optional parameter 'c' to the function '*'
Fixed a problem with the detection of cryptors and packers with strong protection against detection
Fixed a problem with the detection of PEiD and PEiD Enhanced variants
Fixed an issue with the detection of various known and modified executable files
It should now run on MacOSX 10.8 and up
It should now work on Safari 9
It should now work with x64 bit processors
PEiD is a standalone application for Macintosh OS X 10.8 and up. It runs with Xcode 4.6.2 and above.
It is available for Intel, 32-
The Rebuild.PE plugin supports advanced detection of packed executables. It is designed to replace realign.dll. After the plugin is installed, a backup of realign.dll is stored in the program's directory so that the original file can be restored if the file is damaged or corrupted after the new file is installed.
Once you've successfully installed the program, the Rebuild.PE file must be saved and the PATH environmental variable set appropriately.
PEiD should launch automatically after installation, but just in case it doesn't run automatically, start it manually:
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public const string GuidanceType = "ba2d7910-8813-4675-81af-e7c9a47d37be";
public const string GuidanceImage = "d63b9b75-0533-4c60-9b0d-fae14c2a14d1";
public const string GuidanceIcon = "f624a3b5-9d9f-41b7-a03b-8a55f31c0675";
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}We’ve been working on fixing the tests on our website for a while now and have a lot of progress. We’re getting closer and closer to being able to make the changes that will let us run the “real” service.
Unfortunately, there’s another thing going on that’s keeping us from being able to set up our own server and fully test out what we’re doing. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has recently started to block IP addresses that are consistently hitting their servers at full throttle. It turns out that we’re from Ireland and Ireland has been the worst offender. We currently have to either wait for an ISP to renew our IP address or go through a long process to get our IP address renewed.
This is probably the only thing that I can
Mac OS X 10.8 or later
Intel Core i3 or equivalent
4 GB RAM
12 GB HD space
2 GB VRAM
Mac OS X 10.9 or later
Intel Core i5 or equivalent
8 GB RAM
18 GB HD space
3 GB VRAM
See the official requirements on GeForce.com.
To get the best performance from GeForce GTX 1080, GPU Boost 3.0 is supported on all versions of Mac OS X with some exceptions
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