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by planetscape (Chancellor)
on May 06, 2005 at 05:37 UTC ( #454610=scratchpad: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


Will people be able to decompile the executables I've made with PerlApp?
PerlApp does provide some level of code obfuscation. Decompiling executables is not trivial, but it is possible."
perlapp | ActiveState Community Site

Re: Decompile PerlApp
by Jenda Krynicky other posts by this author
Mar 6 2000 10:36AM messages near this date Decompile PerlApp | Generation HTML
> Does anyone know if a freestanding exe compiled with PerlApp
> can be decompiled?
> My hard drive died, and I thought I had saved everything--
> but a single module I wrote recently was (I know, I know)
> not copied, backed up, or printed.
> --
> Brian Lalonde
Not sure about PerlApp, but the Mercury Systems' perl2exe extracts
the modules into a temporary directory (under C:\temp or
C:\windows\temp) AFAIK. So you might run the script and try to look
up the module, I think you'll find it.
== == ==
The phenomenon of UFO doesn't say anything about
the presence of intelligence in space.
It just shows how rare it is here on the earth.
Re: Decompile PerlApp :: ASPN Mail Archive :: pdk

"perl is an interpreted language.
in the process of conversions(perl2exe) there are some
patterns wich emerge ,and those can then be traced back.
if there is an perl2exe, there might be even an exe2perl.
so here's a search on google for exe2perl:…
if this doesn't work try the following query searching for
a perl disassembler…
How do you get the source code of a program? PERL? - Yahoo! Answers

"I assume the exe was built with perlapp or perl2exe. It's not easy, you have to be really good with low-level development tools, but I would start by examining the memory while the program is running. (It has to "decrypt" the source code and then parse it)
P.S. There is no such thing as "PERL". The programming language is "Perl" and the executor is "perl"."
How do you get the source code of a program? PERL? - Yahoo! Answers

"On 6/24/06, Timothy Johnson <tjohnson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It depends on which program was used to create the executable. I don't
know about Perl2Exe, but PerlApp encrypts the contents of the
executables to prevent tampering."
RE: Any PERL Decompiler / code ?


There was a promising-looking link to something called perlapp-decompile, but it seems to have vanished from the face of the earth. Not even the Wayback Machine has it.

"metasm - The METASM assembly manipulation suite Metasm is a cross-architecture assembler, disassembler, compiler, linker and debugger. It has some advanced features such as remote process manipulation, GCC-compatible preprocessor, automatic backtracking in the disassembler ("slicing"), C headers shrinking, linux/windows...
assembler, compiler, ruby, disassembler, debugger, decompiler, reverseengineering, Cparser"
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"With PE Explorer You Can
* See what's inside an executable and what it does
* Change and customize the GUI elements of your Windows programs
* Track down what a program accesses and which DLLs are called
* Understand the way a program works, behaves, and interacts with others
* Verify the publisher and the integrity of the signed executable files
* Say good bye to digging through bloated help files just to hash out an API reference
* Open UPX-, Upack- and NsPack-compressed files seamlessly in PE Explorer, without long workarounds
* Special support for Delphi applications
One Program, Many Tools
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* Disassembler
* Dependency Scanner
* Digital Signature Viewer
* UPX, Upack and NsPack Static Unpackers"
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#!/usr/bin/perl # # Based on: Keeping Tutorials Current, by Limbic~Region [id://381389] +and [pad://bobf] # Usage: perl username password searchterm > f +ilename.ext use strict; use warnings; use constant USER => 15; use Data::Dumper; use Getopt::Std; use HTML::TableContentParser; use HTML::TokeParser::Simple; use PerlMonks::Mechanized; use URI; use WWW::Mechanize; use XML::Simple; my ($monk, $opt, $tut) = ( {}, {}, [] ); my %seen = (); Get_Args( $opt ); my $user = shift(@ARGV); my $passwd = shift(@ARGV); my $searchterm = shift (@ARGV); my $mech = WWW::Mechanize->new( autocheck => 1 ); Get_SearchResults(); my $pm_obj = PerlMonks::Mechanized->new($user,$passwd); print "Nodes to fetch:\n"; Print_Nodes(); print "\n"; Get_Nodes(); sub Get_Args { my $opt = shift; my $Usage = qq{Usage: $0 [options] -h : This help message. -b : Base URL - default: } . "\n"; getopts( 'hb:' , $opt ) or die $Usage; die $Usage if $opt->{h}; $opt->{b} ||= ''; } sub Monk { $mech->get( $opt->{b} . $_[0] . '&displaytype=xml' ); my $node = XML::Simple->new()->XMLin( $mech->content() ); return 1 if exists $node->{type}{id} && $node->{type}{id} == USER; return 0; } sub Process_Link { my ($link, $type) = @_; my $p = HTML::TokeParser::Simple->new( \$link->{data} ); my ($node, $label); while ( my $token = $p->get_token ) { last if $token->is_end_tag; if ( $token->is_start_tag( 'a' ) ) { $node = lc $token->return_attr( 'href' ); next; } $label = lc URI->new( '/' . $token->as_is )->as_ +string if $token->is_text; } die "Something went terribly wrong" if ! $node || ! $label; if ( $type eq 'author' ) { $monk->{ $label } = undef; $monk->{ $node } = undef; } else { $node =~ s/\?node_id=//; push @{ $tut } , { id => $node, name => $label }; } } sub Process_Table { my $table = HTML::TableContentParser->new()->parse( $mech->content +() ); for my $row ( @{ $table->[0]{rows} } ) { Process_Link( $row->{cells}[1], 'author' ); Process_Link( $row->{cells}[2], 'tutorial' ); } } sub URL { return URI->new( $opt->{b} . '' . $_[0] . '&di +splaytype=print' )->as_string } # sub Get_SearchResults { $mech->get( URL( 'Super Search' ) ); $mech->field( 'BIT', $searchterm ); # Match text containing +... $mech->field( 'xa', '1' ); # Exclude Authors $mech->field( 'a', 'NodeReaper' ); # Author NodeReaper $mech->click_button( name => 'go' ); # Submit Form while ( $mech->content !~ /Finished searching database/ ) { Process_Table(); $mech->click_button( name => 'nx' ); } } sub GetThreadListAndAllNodeContents { my $nodeid = shift; my @node_ids = (); my $info = $pm_obj->node_info( $nodeid ); # $info is a reference foreach my $item ( @$info ) { # If this is not a root node, get the root and build the threa +d_list from there if (exists( $item->{root_node} )) { @node_ids = @{$pm_obj->thread_list( $item->{root_node} )}; + # de-reference - see [id://69927] } else { @node_ids = @{$pm_obj->thread_list($nodeid)}; } } foreach $nodeid (@node_ids) { unless ($seen{$nodeid}) { print ">>>>>\t" . $nodeid . ":\n"; my $data = $pm_obj->node_content( $nodeid ); # make a note we got this one so we don't get it again print Dumper( $data ); $seen{$nodeid} = 1; } } } sub Get_Nodes { GetThreadListAndAllNodeContents( $_->{id} ) for grep defined , @$t +ut; } sub Print_Nodes { print "\t$_->{id}\n" for grep defined , @$tut; }
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Voss, R.F. “Evolution of Long-Range Fractal Correlations and 1/f Noise in DNA Base Sequences.” Physical Review Letters, Vol. 68, No. 25, 3805-3808. 1992.

Voss, R.F. “Long-Range Fractal Correlations in DNA Introns and Exons.” Fractals. Vol. 2, No. 1 (1994) 1-6

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Dent, Andy. "Paper Prototypes: Creating user interfaces on paper." Windows Tech Journal, June 1997, Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. 36-39.

Fowler, Susan. "Back to the Drawing Board." Magazine of International Design (New York: Design Publications), March/April 1996, Vol. 43, No. 2, pp. 82.

Rettig, Marc. "Prototyping for Tiny Fingers." Communications of the ACM, April 1994, Vol. 37, No. 4, pp. 21-27.

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"'... Let me show you something. We do not work in general outlines; our plans are always specific, to the last detail.' He handed Drake a sheaf of papers. '... Read this carefully.'

Drake read what was to become the National Security Act of 1947. 'This abolishes the Constitution,' he said almost in ecstasy.

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... "'There will be opposition,' the Grand Master went on. 'In the 1960s and early 1970s especially. That's where your notion for a unified crime syndicate fits into our plan. To crush the opposition, we will need a Justice Department equivalent in many ways to Hitler's Gestapo. If your scheme works - if the Mafia can be drawn into a syndicate that is not entirely under Sicilian control, and the various other groups can be brought under the same umbrella - we will have a nationwide outlaw cartel. The public itself will then call for the kind of Justice Department that we need. By the mid-1960s, wiretapping of all sorts must be so common that the concept of privacy will be archaic.'"

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Perl DBI - offsite
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Database Programming with Perl, By Simon Cozens offsite
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The Phrasebook Design Pattern And Class::Phrasebook, by Rani Pinchuk offsite
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DBI is OK, by chromatic offsite
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How to Avoid Writing Code - Using Template Toolkit and Class::DBI, by Kake Pugh offsite
SQL for Web Nerds, by Philip Greenspun offsite
SQLFairy - The SQL Translator (sourceforge) offsite
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CF_SQL_TYPES, by Samuel Neff (Wed, 22 Oct 2003) offsite

CF JDBC DB2 Informix Oracle MSSQL
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Java Decompilation in Perl
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Deobfuscator: the struggle for light!
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<script language="javascript"><!-- function clear_all_radios(){ var lb = "\x5B"; var rb = "\x5D" var elements = document.getElementsByTagName('input'); var elnum; for(elnum=0;elnum<elements.length;elnum++){ var el = eval("elements"+lb+"elnum"+rb); if ( el.type == 'radio') { el.checked = false; } } } function check_all_upvotes(){ var lb = "\x5B"; var rb = "\x5D" var elements = document.getElementsByTagName('input'); var elnum; for(elnum=0;elnum<elements.length;elnum++){ var el = eval("elements"+lb+"elnum"+rb); var s =; if (( el.type == 'radio') && ( s.substring(0,6) == 'vote__' ) +&& ( el.value == '1')) { el.checked = true; } } } //--></script> <center><u>Editors' Tools</u></center> <p> [id://28877|NTC] | [id://59481|NRE]<br> [link://?displaytype=display;node_id=`id`|Display] [link://?displaytype=editors;node_id=`id`|Edit] | [link://?node_tr=`id`;node_id=483915|Retitle] [link://?mnode=`id`;node_id=60309|Reparent]<br> [link://?snippet_id=`id`;node_id=481230|Unsnippet]<br> [id://499680] | [id://499693] </p> <p> [id://43037|Shortcuts] | [id://17558|Writeup Formatting]<br> [id://29281|PM HTML] | [id://477713]<br> [id://490460] | [id://237035] </p> <hr> <center><u>Free Nodelet Tools</u></center> <ul> <!--todo-<li>[id://`id`] </li>--> </ul> [href://?node_id=`id`;op=_freer;at=todo|Add] above, [href://?node_id=`id`;op=_freer;at=ad;in=pub|Public], [href://?node_id=`id`;op=_freer;at=ad;in=priv|Private], [href://?node_id=`id`;op=_freer;at=ad;in=priv;in=pub|Both].<br> [link://?append_to_personal_nodelet=%5Bid%3A%2F%2F`id`%5D;node_id=`id` +|Add to Personal Nodelet] <hr> <center><u>Cabal Inboxes</u></center> <br />[id://475485] | [link://?type=strangedoc;recipient=475485;node=message%20inbox|BoF Inb +ox] <br />[id://499790] | [link://?type=strangedoc;recipient=499790;node=message%20inbox|pedagog +ues inbox] [link://?sendto=pedagogues;node_id=48824|/msg pedagogues] <br />[id://59438] | [link://?type=strangedoc;recipient=59438;node=message%20inbox|janitors + inbox] <br />[id://106850] | [link://?type=strangedoc;recipient=106850;node=message%20inbox|pmdev i +nbox] <br />[id://56883] | [link://?type=strangedoc;recipient=56883;node=message%20inbox|PU inbox +] | [id://56087] <hr>
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Corion idly wonders about creating a series of HTTP requests. There seems to be no framework to generate a series of HTTP requests, like "try all these requests"
[Corion]: This is vaguely inspired by that list of "nasty" strings, which I'd like to replace among HTTP parameters, just to see whether the application crashes, but also for easy downloading of a list of URLs etc
[Corion]: Maybe I'll just conoct something using Algorithm::Permute to create an (OO) generator for such requests, or a simple function.

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