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Thread: DRG 10/2013 Challenge: reconstruct original .py from .pyc

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    DRG 10/2013 Challenge: reconstruct original .py from .pyc

    Here is my solution for the Dragon Research Group monthly challenge. I like this kind of challenges, especially because there’s a long deadline that gives you the possibility to work on it with no hurry in your spare time. Everything starts from two files: a memory dump and a file taken from the disk. The […]

    http://zairon.wordpress.com/2013/11/01/drg-102013-challenge-reconstruct-original-py-from-pyc/

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    Nice!. I heard that there are some malwares written in py and converted to exe by using py2exe. I wander if I could work them similar to this.

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    There are few extracting tools avalaible out there but I haven't tried any of them. If you are able to get a sample I would be interested in it
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    reading this make me remember my old project on dropbox, being stucked at a point decompiling some pyc file... just to see some decrypted session log

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