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Enko



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Enko
Hy again,
http://www.peid.info/

I think you all know the tool. It give you the info of what compiler where used to generate an executable. Of course there should be other too.


The thing is, how to generate windows executables with fasm, so this PE identifyer or other, identify it like Visual Basic 6.0 compiled program or Visual Cpp 2008 or others..


A custom PE should be built? or its the imports table? What makes the diference beetwen this compilers and fams?


thanks a lot.
Post 04 Jul 2011, 21:12
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r22



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r22
PEID uses a general fingerprint to figure out what compiler was used.
For example, a program compiled with VC++ will import functions from MSVCR8.DLL.
Maybe PEID would fingerprint FASM by how it encodes an op-code with multiple (correct) encodings.
Post 05 Jul 2011, 19:31
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Enko



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Enko
r22 wrote:

Maybe PEID would fingerprint FASM by how it encodes an op-code with multiple (correct) encodings.

PEID dont´t recognize fasm. yes it recognize masm/tasm. But no fasm Mad



so you think that the PE itself has nothing to do with the recognition?

Ive got an idea to try, make a console exe with visual studio but without the c runtime. And then check it with peid.
Post 05 Jul 2011, 19:41
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DOS386



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DOS386
Quote:
Update 04-04-2011
The PEiD project has been discontinued. No new versions will be released.


Quote:
Latest Version
PEiD v0.95 Build date: Oct 21, 2008


PEID is DEAD Shocked
Post 10 Jul 2011, 02:12
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Dex4u



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Dex4u
I think its a good thing that it can not be fingerprinted so easy.
Post 10 Jul 2011, 15:18
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