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Hello,

is there a way to have Xplico stored the/a user-download(s) (e.g. videos, pics, *.exe) in their "native format" in a folder?


Thank's a lot!

Bill


Fri May 20, 2011 12:02 pm
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is there a way to have Xplico stored the/a user-download(s) (e.g. videos, pics, *.exe) in their "native format" in a folder?

Yes, if the CLI (xplico cli-mode) is not enough for you then you have to make a simple dispatcher adapted to your needs.
What are your needs? ... with an example, also specify what you mean by "native format".

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Gianluca


Fri May 20, 2011 12:37 pm
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Thank's Gianluca for the feedback!

gianluca.costa wrote:
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is there a way to have Xplico stored the/a user-download(s) (e.g. videos, pics, *.exe) in their "native format" in a folder?

Yes, if the CLI (xplico cli-mode) is not enough for you then you have to make a simple dispatcher adapted to your needs.
Ciao.
Gianluca

What a shame, I didnt even know about such a CLI. I should probably invest more time in learning that wonderful tool.....


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What are your needs? ... with an example, also specify what you mean by "native format".
Ciao.
Gianluca

Ok i'll try:
If the user in question did download e.g. Windows XP SP2, I would like to be able to execute that download (in this case a boring SP2) on a Windows machine and see what will happen.


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Bill


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Ok i'll try:
If the user in question did download e.g. Windows XP SP2, I would like to be able to execute that download (in this case a boring SP2) on a Windows machine and see what will happen.

From CLI you can find "Windows XP SP2" in the xdecode/<ip_target>/http directory, but its name will not be "Windows XP SP2". Only the file extensions of the files are correct. To rename correctly the file you must create your own personal dispatcher.


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gianluca.costa wrote:
From CLI you can find "Windows XP SP2" in the xdecode/<ip_target>/http directory, but its name will not be "Windows XP SP2". Only the file extensions of the files are correct. To rename correctly the file you must create your own personal dispatcher.

Ok, I am going to try to find the xdecode/<ip_target>/http.......


1.
How much would such a personal dispatcher approximately cost?

2.
Would that work only with live acquisitions or as well wilth (old) into XPlico loaded pcap trace files?


Thank's a lot!

Bill


Fri May 27, 2011 1:19 pm
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1. How much would such a personal dispatcher approximately cost?

If you send an email to xplico[@]iserm.com with your requests, ie the features you want, we can answer you.

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2. Would that work only with live acquisitions or as well wilth (old) into XPlico loaded pcap trace files?

Both... and more. In Xplico almost everything is a module / plugin so it can be adapted to the needs, keeping even the old module, and good compatibility with new releases.

Ciao.
Gianluca


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