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Utility Compressed Data Size Detector

Discussion in 'Engineering & Reverse Engineering' started by Devon, Apr 8, 2023.

  1. Devon

    Devon

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    I made a quick tool using KENSSharp that reports the actual size of compressed data in a file, and how many leftover trailing bytes there are. This is particularly useful for finding extra data that might accidentally be clumped in a file after the actual compressed data that the file is meant to hold.

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    1. CompSizeDetector [files] [-c/--comper] [-e/--enigma] [-k/--kosinski] [-k/--kosinski-mod] [-n/--nemesis] [-s/--saxman]
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    3. files              - Files to detect compressed data size from
    4. -e/--enigma        - Treat data as compressed in Enigma
    5. -k/--kosinski      - Treat data as compressed in Kosinski
    6. -km/--kosinski-mod - Treat data as compressed in Kosinski Moduled
    7. -n/--nemesis       - Treat data as compressed in Nemesis
    8. -s/--saxman        - Treat data as compressed in Saxman
     
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