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= Description =
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== Description ==
 
This is a set of Python scripts for anaysing PDF documents. The main ones are:
 
This is a set of Python scripts for anaysing PDF documents. The main ones are:
  
=== pdf-parser.py
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=== pdf-parser.py ===
  
This tool will parse a PDF document to identify the fundamental elements used in the analyzed file. A command line option exists to search for specific text strings within indirect objects. ===
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This tool will parse a PDF document to identify the fundamental elements used in the analyzed file. A command line option exists to search for specific text strings within indirect objects.
  
=== pdfid.py
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=== pdfid.py ===
  
Scans a file to look for certain PDF keywords, allowing you to identify PDF documents that contain (for example) JavaScript or execute an action when opened. ===
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Scans a file to look for certain PDF keywords, allowing you to identify PDF documents that contain (for example) JavaScript or execute an action when opened.
  
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Revision as of 13:29, 26 November 2013

Tools for parsing and analysing PDF documents
Homepage:http://blog.didierstevens.com/programs/pdf-tools/
License:Not specified, public domain


Description

This is a set of Python scripts for anaysing PDF documents. The main ones are:

pdf-parser.py

This tool will parse a PDF document to identify the fundamental elements used in the analyzed file. A command line option exists to search for specific text strings within indirect objects.

pdfid.py

Scans a file to look for certain PDF keywords, allowing you to identify PDF documents that contain (for example) JavaScript or execute an action when opened.

User Experiences

Development Activity