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binwalk --help

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  2. Binwalk v1.2.2-1
  3. Craig Heffner, http://www.devttys0.com
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  5. Usage: binwalk [OPTIONS] [FILE1] [FILE2] [FILE3] ...
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  7. Signature Analysis:
  8. -B, --binwalk Perform a file signature scan (default)
  9. -R, --raw-bytes=<string> Search for a custom signature
  10. -A, --opcodes Scan for executable code signatures
  11. -C, --cast Cast file contents as various data types
  12. -m, --magic=<file> Specify an alternate magic file to use
  13. -x, --exclude=<filter> Exclude matches that have <filter> in their description
  14. -y, --include=<filter> Only search for matches that have <filter> in their description
  15. -I, --show-invalid Show results marked as invalid
  16. -T, --ignore-time-skew Do not show results that have timestamps more than 1 year in the future
  17. -k, --keep-going Show all matching results at a given offset, not just the first one
  18. -b, --dumb Disable smart signature keywords
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  20. Strings Analysis:
  21. -S, --strings Scan for ASCII strings (may be combined with -B, -R, -A, or -E)
  22. -s, --strlen=<n> Set the minimum string length to search for (default: 3)
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  24. Entropy Analysis:
  25. -E, --entropy Plot file entropy (may be combined with -B, -R, -A, or -S)
  26. -H, --heuristic Identify unknown compression/encryption based on entropy heuristics (implies -E)
  27. -K, --block=<int> Set the block size for entropy analysis (default: 1024)
  28. -a, --gzip Use gzip compression ratios to measure entropy
  29. -N, --no-plot Do not generate an entropy plot graph
  30. -F, --marker=<offset:name> Add a marker to the entropy plot graph
  31. -Q, --no-legend Omit the legend from the entropy plot graph
  32. -J, --save-plot Save plot as an SVG (implied if multiple files are specified)
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  34. Binary Diffing:
  35. -W, --diff Hexdump / diff the specified files
  36. -K, --block=<int> Number of bytes to display per line (default: 16)
  37. -G, --green Only show hex dump lines that contain bytes which were the same in all files
  38. -i, --red Only show hex dump lines that contain bytes which were different in all files
  39. -U, --blue Only show hex dump lines that contain bytes which were different in some files
  40. -w, --terse Diff all files, but only display a hex dump of the first file
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  42. Extraction Options:
  43. -D, --dd=<type:ext[:cmd]> Extract <type> signatures, give the files an extension of <ext>, and execute <cmd>
  44. -e, --extract=[file] Automatically extract known file types; load rules from file, if specified
  45. -M, --matryoshka Recursively scan extracted files, up to 8 levels deep
  46. -r, --rm Cleanup extracted files and zero-size files
  47. -d, --delay Delay file extraction for files with known footers
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  49. Plugin Options:
  50. -X, --disable-plugin=<name> Disable a plugin by name
  51. -Y, --enable-plugin=<name> Enable a plugin by name
  52. -p, --disable-plugins Do not load any binwalk plugins
  53. -L, --list-plugins List all user and system plugins by name
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  55. General Options:
  56. -o, --offset=<int> Start scan at this file offset
  57. -l, --length=<int> Number of bytes to scan
  58. -g, --grep=<text> Grep results for the specified text
  59. -f, --file=<file> Log results to file
  60. -c, --csv Log results to file in csv format
  61. -O, --skip-unopened Ignore file open errors and process only the files that can be opened
  62. -t, --term Format output to fit the terminal window
  63. -q, --quiet Supress output to stdout
  64. -v, --verbose Be verbose (specify twice for very verbose)
  65. -u, --update Update magic signature files
  66. -?, --examples Show example usage
  67. -h, --help Show help output
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