DeXRAY 2.15 update

July 18, 2019 in Batch Analysis, DeXRAY, Software Releases

I have added full support for Windows Defender files.

Now it processes both metadata files and content files. So if you run it on the whole folder you should get a decryption working properly for all files.

Note, I am still not sure how to parse the metadata files; it’s pretty complex – try to generate a quarantine file that includes registry data and you will know what I mean when you see the decrypted quarantined metadata files (that was quite a mouthful :).

You can find the latest version of DeXRAY here.

The full list of supported or recognized file formats is listed below:

  • AhnLab (V3B)
  • ASquared (EQF)
  • Avast (Magic@0=’-chest- ‘)
  • Avira (QUA)
  • Baidu (QV)
  • BitDefender (BDQ)
  • BullGuard (Q)
  • CMC Antivirus (CMC)
  • Comodo <GUID> (not really; Quarantined files are not encrypted 🙂
  • ESafe (VIR)
  • ESET (NQF)
  • F-Prot (TMP) (Magic@0=’KSS’)
  • Kaspersky (KLQ, System Watcher’s <md5>.bin)
  • Lavasoft AdAware (BDQ) /BitDefender files really/
  • Lumension LEMSS (lqf)
  • MalwareBytes Data files (DATA) – 2 versions
  • MalwareBytes Quarantine files (QUAR) – 2 versions
  • McAfee Quarantine files (BUP) /full support for OLE format/
  • Microsoft Antimalware / Microsoft Security Essentials
  • Microsoft Defender (Magic@0=0B AD|D3 45) – D3 45 C5 99 metadata + 0B AD malicious content
  • Panda <GUID> Zip files
  • Sentinel One (MAL)
  • Spybot – Search & Destroy 2 ‘recovery’
  • SUPERAntiSpyware (SDB)
  • Symantec ccSubSdk files: {GUID} files and submissions.idx
  • Symantec Quarantine Data files (QBD)
  • Symantec Quarantine files (VBN), including from SEP on Linux
  • Symantec Quarantine Index files (QBI)
  • Symantec Quarantine files on MAC (quarantine.qtn)
  • TrendMicro (Magic@0=A9 AC BD A7 which is a ‘VSBX’ string ^ 0xFF)
  • QuickHeal <hash> files
  • Vipre (<GUID>_ENC2)
  • Zemana <hash> files+quarantine.db
  • Any binary file (using X-RAY scanning)
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