AMAYARA-Lab VS pyc2bytecode

Compare AMAYARA-Lab vs pyc2bytecode and see what are their differences.


The アマヤラ Lab project provides a ready-to-use Jupyter Lab environment to help out with Android malware analysis using YARA rules. (by tsumarios)


A Python Bytecode Disassembler helping reverse engineers in dissecting Python binaries by disassembling and analyzing the compiled python byte-code(.pyc) files across all python versions (including Python 3.10.*) (by knight0x07)
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AMAYARA-Lab pyc2bytecode
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Jupyter Notebook Python
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  • PSA: Global QR Code bot could have malware...
    2 projects | | 5 Jul 2022
    I was able to figure out that this is a python program which was compiled to an .exe. Using uncompyle6 and pyc2bytecode, I was able to decompile the .exe into the python bytecode...but I'm no expert at reading python bytecode. If you want to do this yourself, note that you will need to use the same version of python as the version used to make the exe (python 3.9). I did easily by changing the python_version in my Pipfile to 3.9 and using pipenv shell.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing AMAYARA-Lab and pyc2bytecode you can also consider the following projects:

python-uncompyle6 - A cross-version Python bytecode decompiler

retrolab - JupyterLab distribution with a retro look and feel 🌅