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The Pdfalyzer is a tool for visualizing the inner tree structure of a PDF in large and colorful diagrams as well as scanning its internals for suspicious content
8 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 10 Oct 2022
for the ultra low level the Didier Stevens tools mentioned in the OP are rock solid, but for anything sort of in the middle zone - allowing you to work with the logical structure, having a consistent API, etc. etc. - yeah there's not much out there, which is why I ended up making The Pdfalyzer (and The Yaralyzer, which was basically just a side effect).
The Yaralyzer is a new tool for visualizing / force decoding YARA and regular expression matches in binary and text
4 projects | reddit.com/r/Malware | 3 Oct 2022
Just released 0.4.0 which has some new features and small improvements over the 0.1.0 I posted originally... CHANGELOG.md4 projects | reddit.com/r/Malware | 3 Oct 2022
Long story short I ended up realizing that I could use YARA as a generic backend matching engine to locate these and other byte patterns and a couple of python libraries to try to detect the character encoding and/or force encodings of my choice upon the matched bytes. I ended up extracting the binary regex/YARA match/force decode part of The Pdfalyzer into a new tool that just does the matching/decoding part, which I called The Yaralyzer.
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michelcrypt4d4mus/yaralyzer is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.