Provided by: grokevt_0.4.1-7ubuntu1_all
grokevt-findlogs - Attempts to find log file fragments in raw binary files, such as memory dumps and disk images.
grokevt-findlogs -? .PP grokevt-findlogs [-v] [-h] [-H] [-o offset] raw-file .SH DESCRIPTION grokevt-findlogs searches a raw binary file for event log records. It produces a simple comma-separated values (CSV) output to stdout which includes metadata and offsets of any hits. Using the metadata and offset/contiguity information, it should be easy to determine if the hits are false positives or not.
raw-file The binary file to be searched.
-? Prints a basic usage statement. -v Verbose mode. Prints status messages to stderr, which can be helpful for debugging. (Currently does nothing.) -h Prints a header row at the top of the CSV output containing labels for each column. (This is the default behavior.) -H Disables the printing of a header row. This is useful when grokevt-findlogs is used in a script. -o offset Begin search at this byte offset within the binary file.
Probably a few. This script has not been extensively tested with some guest platforms. There are likely some speed improvements that could be made.
Written by Timothy D. Morgan Copyright (C) 2006-2007 Timothy D. Morgan
Please see the file "LICENSE" included with this software distribution. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License version 2 for more details.
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