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Re: identifying images in a binary
From: Security <security () hudakville com>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 11:34:53 -0500

If you are just looking to carve the images from it, there are lots of
tools out there to do this.  The first ones which come to mind are
FTimes (ftimes.sourceforge.net), which just won the DFRWS contest for
their file carving challenge, and foremost (foremost.sourcefourge.com).

If you feed in the header signatures for the pgm files they should be
able to grab any images out of the usb stream.

Tyler

offset wrote:
I'm currently looking at a usb fingerprint reader and I'm needing some tools for identifying media (images) from a 
binary stream.

I'd like to run a tool against a usb dump and identify any fingerprint images (ie. pgm format, etc)

regards

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