August 19th, 2003, 05:46 AM
Binary Text Scan
Not sure if this was the right way to post this but here it goes anyway. This is a small file which does the following:
"This program works like a read-only filtering text editor (or the GUI "strings" command, if you use Unix). You point it to a binary file, such as an executable or DLL, and it will scan it for sequences of bytes that look like text strings. It will display the file offset and the string in a list, which you can read, scan, or export. Very Windows friendly, supporting resizing and drag-and-drop operations. Handy for discovering hidden messages in files or searching for names in save game or game data files."
The above was stolen straight from the person who wrote the program. It's on his webpage (http://www.netninja.com/projects.php). So don't bitch about me not giving credit where credit is due. Check it out I think that some of you will find this interesting.
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August 19th, 2003, 08:27 AM