If you want to get a closer look into how other programs are written then TextScan is for you. Have you ever run across a piece of software that did something that you couldn’t figure out how they did? Or perhaps you suspect that some Microsoft application might be using an undocumented function; in either place, AnalogX TextScan gives you a quick and easy way to find out details from just about any program. AnalogX TextScan searches any binary file for a minimum and maximum string length, and then returns all occurrences in sorted order… But it doesn’t just stop there, it also has the ability to identify most functions and DLL’s inside of a file, and even has the ability to extract both char and unichar strings. This is a great first step in getting a better understanding of what’s happening inside of a program you’re interested in, or even for just looking for the occasional Easter egg!
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TextScan is a utility that searches for strings of text in binaries (PE, ActiveX, OLE, etc) Version 2.3 is the first version to have the ability to search for unicode strings (max 4 chars) Version 2.2 introduced the ability to filter strings that only appear in certain directives Version 2.0 adds the ability to search for strings of any length. You can also filter out strings that only appear in certain directives Version 2.1 adds the ability to search for libraries (DLL’s) that reside in the system bin directory Version 2.0 adds the ability to search for functions Version 1.2 allows you to specify the minimum and maximum string length (default is 2, 1 or 2) Version 1.1 allows you to search for unicode strings (default is 2) Version 1.0 adds the ability to search and filter strings that only appear in DIRECTIVES (INCLUDE, EXTERN, DEFINE, IMPLICIT) Version 0.9 adds the ability to search and filter strings that only appear in COMSPEC Version 0.8 updates to work with Visual C++ 6 and later Version 0.7 adds the ability to search for any ASCII string Version 0.6 adds a command line option to search for any string you specify Version 0.5 adds the ability to search and filter strings that only appear in GLOBALS Version 0.4 adds the ability to search and filter strings that only appear in SYMBOLS Version 0.3 adds the ability to search and filter strings that only appear in PUBLIC Version 0.2 adds the ability to search and filter strings that only appear in PROTECTED Version 0.1 adds the ability to search and filter strings that only appear in VIRTUAL (overloaded function parameters) For example, if we wanted to check a bitmap image for the string “Hello World” we could just run the following command: TextScan /r:/my.pif /e:”Hello World” You can do a lot with TextScan, so here is a brief list of what it can do: Search & Filter All Strings: /e parameter accepts either “ASCII”, “Unicode” (2 bytes), or an [0-6] numeric value to specify the number of characters to search. The default is 2. There can only be one /e parameter, and it must be
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Runs a static binary, searching it for strings. Searches all sections and strings for the minimum and maximum string length. Sorts all strings returned. Extracts DLL and function information from strings. Can extract and identify most Windows API functions. Identifies various data types. Supports Unicode strings. Advanced TextScan Features: Examine each output line to determine where a string was found. Backwards searches to find next string(s). Supports large files for large memory consumption. Supports both ASCII, Unicode and UTF-8 strings. Supports many languages. Supports Unicode equivalents to ASCII. Supports a range of data types. Supports large numbers of strings. How to Use: Click the “Download Now” button to start the download. Download the download and unzip it to any location. Double-click on the icon (in unzipped folder) to open. Select the option to open the binary or to save it into the bin folder of an xcode project. Fill out the required fields in the options (Version Number, Description, Author, Copyright, etc.) Run TextScan. Click the browse button to upload a binary file. Click scan and wait for the process to complete. You can also view the program output by clicking the details button next to the large text string or calling the Help() function. AnalogX TextScan is an open source command line application that performs static binary analysis. We are pleased to announce the release of TextScan 1.1.0 beta1, which addresses issues that have been reported in the beta phase of the development process. * To perform the TextScan-analysis of a binary file, you just need to drop the binary file into the “Extract” directory of the application. You do not need to have the application running. * While TextScan analyzes a binary file, you can view the current string, line and page analysis results by clicking the details button next to the large text string or clicking the “Help” button at the top-left corner. In order to streamline the development process and avoid the problems of finalizing the beta release when problems still remain, TextScan is now switching from the versioning system used in its previous versions to
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