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Using PEFile to replace Images in PE EXE

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I am trying to script some image changes for multiple EXE files in
linux.

The problem I'm running across is that I haven't been able to find
anything out there that can do this...until now.

It *looks* like pefile (available at google code) would do the trick.

Unfortunately I know absolutely nothing about python.

Any ideas/hints/tips appreciated.

Thanks,

G-Man
Jun 27 '08 #1
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GeoffreyF67 <GM****@pduck.comwrote:
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I am trying to script some image changes for multiple EXE files in
linux.

The problem I'm running across is that I haven't been able to find
anything out there that can do this...until now.

It *looks* like pefile (available at google code) would do the trick.
It would if Linux executables were PE files. They aren't. The usual Linux
executable format is called ELF.

What do you think you are going to do to these executable files? I can
think of darned few legitimate reasons to modify an executable.
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Tim Roberts, ti**@probo.com
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
Jun 27 '08 #2

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