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Thread: FileAlyzer 2.0.5.57 bugs ?

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    Default FileAlyzer 2.0.5.57 bugs ?

    I think I have found a couple of problems with FileAlyzer v2.0.5.57:

    When I open most (but not all) .mp4 files, go to the "streams" tab, and try to click on the "Object identifier" stream, FileAlyzer immediately closes and no error or crash dialogue appears.

    When I analyze a .wav file and go to the "RIFF" tab, FileAlyzer 2.0.5.57 does not display any information, but the old FileAlyzer 1.6.0.4 displays the RIFF Audio information, such as channels, length, bits per sample, etc.

    Also, what is the purpose of the "Map" tab? It's cool, but I don't see how it is used to analyze a file...

    Thanks,
    Sampsca
    System: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium | Service Pack 1 | x64
    Computer: Intel Pentium CPU B960 @ 2.20GHz | 1.33 GHz, 6.00 GB of RAM

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    Hello,

    In the "Classification Sources" tab, an issue in the Comodo tab

    HTTP 404 Page Web introuvable

    Cheers.
    nickW, traductrice de Spybot-S&D en franšais
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    FileAlyzer seems to have no way to analyze a .lnk or .url file. Instead it loads the file or webpage that the link is directing to. It would be nice to have a special option for analyzing these file types.
    System: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium | Service Pack 1 | x64
    Computer: Intel Pentium CPU B960 @ 2.20GHz | 1.33 GHz, 6.00 GB of RAM

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    On the Hashes tab, a hash copied from the clipboard only matches the hashes calculated by FileAlyzer if the alphabetic characters are in upper case. In previous versions, hashes with both upper and lower case alphabetic characters matched.

    Workaround: Copy the hash into a LibreOffice Writer document, select the hash, and type <Shift>+<F3> until all the alphabetic characters are in upper case. Copy this version and then do the compare in FileAlyzer.

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