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    Default Is Filealyzer scriptable or does it have command line parameters?

    I want to programmatically launch filealyzer, point it at a file and have it generate a report then close. Can I do that?

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    Default More data

    I am able to launch it from the command line and point it at a file to analyze. It launches the GUI with the file analyzed. So what I am looking for is something like command line switches to not display the GUI and to generate a report automatically. filealyzer /nogui /htmlreport filetoanalyze

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    Hello Mike Malone,

    I left a team note, if someone could give input.

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    Default That would be great

    This would allow me to use the utility as I need it. So I don't have to write my own PE parser. :-O

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    FileAlyzer 1.x supports
    • /textreport
    • /htmlreport
    • /xmlreport


    For FileAlyzer 2/3, there's a command line version in work, but not public.

    If you're looking for PE specifically, there's a DLL version of PEiD available somewhere on the net.
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    Default Very good.

    I will look for the dll and try 1.x and wait eagerly for a public version of 2.0 with command line parameters.

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    Default Didn't seem to work as I need

    I ran Filealyzer 1.6 as such from a Windows command prompt:
    Filealyzer /xmlreport myfile.exe
    Filealyzer myfile.exe /xmlreport

    Filealyzer /textreport myfile.exe
    Filealyzer myfile.exe /textreport

    Each time the program opened into the GUI with the specified file being analyzed. I need for the program to run, analyze the file, generate the report and exit.

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    Default I have a work around

    I can use a python script to select the controls I want to generate a report and close the app.

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