PE Files

Statically Analyze Code


Perform static analysis of various aspects of malicious code.

Website: Author: The MITRE Corporation, License: License 2.0: Notes: Malchive command-line tools start with the prefix malutil-. See utilities documentation for details. State File: remnux.python3-packages.malchive


Emulate code execution, including shellcode, Windows drivers, and Windows PE files.

Website: Author: FireEye Inc, Andrew Davis License: MIT License: Notes: To run the tool, use speakeasy,, and commands. State File: remnux.python3-packages.speakeasy

binee (Binary Emulation Environment)

Analyze I/O operations of a suspicious PE file by emulating its execution.

Website: Author: Carbon Black, Kyle Gwinnup, John Holowczak License: GNU General Public License (GPL) v2: Notes: Before using this tool, place the files your sample requires under /opt/binee-files/win10_32. For example, the Windows DLLs it needs should go /opt/binee-files/win10_32/windows/system32. If you have a Windows 10 64-bit system, you can get the 32-bit DLLs from C:\Windows\SysWOW64 To check which DLLs you might need by examining the import table using the "-i" parameter. State File: remnux.packages.binee

Scan a PE file to list the associated Malware Behavior Catalog (MBC) details.

Website: Author: Karlo Licudine: License: GNU General Public License (GPL) v3.0: Notes: State File: remnux.scripts.mbcscan


Detect suspicious capabilities in PE files.

Website: Author: FireEye Inc, Willi Ballenthin:, Moritz Raabe: License: Apache License 2.0: State File:

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