Here is the list of open-source Python projects that I am maintaining or contributing to.
Here is a collection of short articles I have written about how to do many useful things in Python.
olefile (formerly OleFileIO_PL) is a Python package to parse, read and write Microsoft OLE2 files (also called Structured Storage, Compound File Binary Format or Compound Document File Format), such as Microsoft Office 97-2003 documents, vbaProject.bin in MS Office 2007+ files, Image Composer and FlashPix files, Outlook MSG files, StickyNotes, several Microscopy file formats, McAfee antivirus quarantine files, etc.
python-oletools is a package of python tools to analyze Microsoft OLE2 files (also called Structured Storage, Compound File Binary Format or Compound Document File Format), such as Microsoft Office documents or Outlook messages, mainly for malware analysis, forensics and debugging. It is based on my olefile parser.
olevba is a script to parse OLE and OpenXML files such as MS Office documents (e.g. Word, Excel), to detect VBA Macros, extract their source code in clear text, decode malware obfuscation (Hex/Base64/StrReverse/Dridex) and detect security-related patterns such as auto-executable macros, suspicious VBA keywords used by malware, and potential IOCs (IP addresses, URLs, executable filenames, etc). It is part of the python-oletools package.
This article presents several tools that can be used to extract VBA Macros source code from MS Office Documents, for malware analysis and forensics. It also provides an overview of how VBA Macros are stored.
oletimes is a script to parse OLE files such as MS Office documents (e.g. Word, Excel), to extract creation and modification times of all streams and storages in the OLE file. It is part of the python-oletools package.
olemeta is a script to parse OLE files such as MS Office documents (e.g. Word, Excel), to extract all standard properties present in the OLE file. It is part of the python-oletools package.
Since version 0.32, OleFileIO_PL comes with experimental write features. For now it is possible to write sectors, and to write over an existing stream. More features will be added over time.
This article presents several new open source frameworks meant to simplify static file scanning for malware analysis and incident response: MASTIFF, Viper, IRMA and a few others. Their goal is to provide an extensible framework to integrate many existing scanning tools.