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       rekall - memory forensics framework


       rekall [options]


       Rekall Framework is a completely open collection of tools, implemented in Python under the
       Apache and GNU General  Public  License,  for  the  extraction  and  analysis  of  digital
       artifacts computer systems.

       Rekall supports investigations of the following 32bit and 64bit memory images:

         Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 and 3
         Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 0 and 1
         Microsoft Windows 8 and 8.1
         Microsoft Windows 10
         Linux Kernels 2.6.24 to 4.4.
         OSX 10.7-10.12.x.

   optional arguments:
       -      A  do  nothing  arg.  Useful  to  separate  options  which  take multiple args from
              positional. Can be specified many times.

   Output control:
       -v, --verbose
              Set logging to debug level.

       -q, --quiet
              Turn off logging to stderr.

              If set we break into the debugger on error conditions.

       --output_style {concise,full}
              How much information to show. Default is 'concise'.

       --logging_level {DEBUG,INFO,WARNING,ERROR,CRITICAL}
              The default logging level.

       --log_domain [{PageTranslation} [{PageTranslation} ...]]
              Add debug logging to these components.

       --plugin [PLUGIN [PLUGIN ...]]
              Load user provided plugin bundle.

       -h, --help
              Show help about global parameters.

       --cache CACHE
              Type of cache to use.

       --repository_path [REPOSITORY_PATH [REPOSITORY_PATH ...]]
              Path to search for profiles. This can take any form supported  by  the  IO  Manager
              (e.g. zip files, directories, URLs etc)

       -f FILENAME, --filename FILENAME
              The raw image to load.

       --buffer_size BUFFER_SIZE
              The maximum size of buffers we are allowed to read.  This is used to control Rekall
              memory usage.

       --output OUTPUT
              If specified we write output to this file.

       --max_collector_cost MAX_COLLECTOR_COST
              If specified, collectors with higher cost will not be used.

       --home HOME
              An alternative home directory path. If not set we use $HOME.

       --logging_format LOGGING_FORMAT
              The format string to pass to the logging module.

       --performance {normal,fast,thorough}
              Tune Rekall's choice of algorithms, depending on performance priority.

       --live LIVE
              Enable live memory analysis.

       -o FILE_OFFSET, --file_offset FILE_OFFSET
              A Relative offset for image file.

       --cache_dir CACHE_DIR
              Location of the profile cache directory.

       --highlighting_style {manni, igor, lovelace, xcode, vim, autumn, vs, rrt, native, perldoc,
       borland,  tango,  emacs,  friendly,  monokai,  paraiso-dark, colorful, murphy, bw, pastie,
       algol_nu, paraiso-light, trac, default, algol, fruity}
              Highlighting style for interactive console.

       --pagefile [PAGEFILE [PAGEFILE ...]]
              A pagefile to load into the image.

              Prints the Rekall version and exits.

       --pager PAGER
              The pager to use when output is larger than a screen full.

       --paging_limit PAGING_LIMIT
              The number of output lines before we invoke the pager.

       --colors {auto,yes,no}
              Color control. If set to auto only output colors when connected to a terminal.

       -F FORMAT, --format FORMAT
              The output format to use. Default (text)

       --timezone TIMEZONE
              Timezone to output all times (e.g. Australia/Sydney).

       --name_resolution_strategies [{Module,Symbol,Export} [{Module,Symbol,Export} ...]]

   Autodetection Overrides:
       --dtb DTB
              The DTB physical address.

       --autodetect_build_local_tracked                           [AUTODETECT_BUILD_LOCAL_TRACKED
              When  autodetect_build_local is set to 'basic' we fetch these modules directly from
              the symbol server.

       --autodetect         {linux_index,nt_index,tsk,osx,pe,windows_kernel_file,rsds,ntfs,linux}
       [{linux_index,nt_index,tsk,osx,pe,windows_kernel_file,rsds,ntfs,linux} ...]
              Autodetection method.

       --autodetect_threshold AUTODETECT_THRESHOLD
              Worst acceptable match for profile autodetection.  (Default 1.0)

       --autodetect_build_local {full,basic,none}
              Attempts to fetch and build profile locally.

       --autodetect_scan_length AUTODETECT_SCAN_LENGTH
              How much of physical memory to scan before failing

   Virtualization support:
       --ept EPT [EPT ...]
              The EPT physical address.

       When no module is provided, drops into interactive mode