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The Generic Unpacker was developed to be a nifty PEiD plugin that finds the Orginal EntryPoint and Dumps it. Works for many packers but not all.
PEiD detects most common packers, cryptors and compilers for PE files. It can currently detect more than 600 different signatures in PE files. PEiD is special in some aspects when compared to other identifiers already out there!
It has an easy to use GUI and detection rates are amongst the best given by any other identifier. Special scanning modes for *advanced* detections of modified and unknown files are available.









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[b]The Generic Unpacker[/b] is an extension or replacement for [b]Microsoft Windows based Unpackers[/b]. The Generic Unpacker is a simple utility to extract the PE header from a PE file, most of the PEiD PE encoders are supported.
[b]Extracting the Primary EntryPoint and Dumping its contents[/b]
What can I do with the extracted file?
You can use the extracted file to feed other PEiD based tools to get more information about the file or analyse its contents.
[b]PEiD Encoding[/b]
PEiD encodes a PE file in several different ways (a way to protect a certain file type).
PEiD uses several different encodings.
In most cases the original file is PEiD’ed.
Advanced unpackers can decode/reencode or leave the file unchanged. These advanced modes of unpackers will be mentioned later.
The plugin identifies the following signatures :
[*]PEiD PE header based signatures
[*]PEiD PE header + PE signature based signatures
[*]PEiD PE header based signatures + PE Signature based signatures
[b]Details about the PEiD signatures[/b]
PE header based signatures. All major and minor PE header based signatures are supported.
For example :
Microsoft PE header signature
[b]Microsoft PE Extended header signature[/b]
[b]Microsoft PE32 header signature[/b]
Macro Icon PE header signature
[b]Macro Icon PE header and Signature[/b]
[b]Macro Icon PE header with Signature[/b]
PE header + PE signature signatures. The plugin identifies the PE header based signatures and the PE signature based signatures.
For example :
PE header signature
[b]PE header signature[/b]
PE signature signature
[b]PE signature signature[/b]
PEiD Plugin Requirements.
[b]The plugin requires[/b]
[b]Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime (MSVCRT)[/b]
[b]Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI)[/b]
[b]Microsoft Windows Installer SDK [/b]
[b]The plugin does not require[/b]
[b]Microsoft Windows PEiD Packer [/b]

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Concepts can be seen in the videos.
Installation & Usage:
1. Install the latest available genericunpacker.
2. Load Generic Unpacker plugin to XePeiD.
3. Load and run
Q: It doesn’t detect anything!
A: Verify that you have loaded the correct signature plugin for your PE file.
Q: I get a segfault message.
A: Do not use the GUI yet. I’ll fix it asap.
Q: It doesn’t work.
A: If you are getting errors with the GUI, try running from the terminal.
Q: XePeiD crashes when scanning a certain file.
A: Fix this yourself.
Q: Does the unpacker works for every new or older packers?
A: Yes. This is an embedded detector and as such it is now capable of detecting more files than other detectors already out there.
However it still needs some work. A list of known as well as future work (under development) can be found on this page.
Why does this need so much work? I am feeding off of and emulating the work of other developers, learning and improving myself as well as collaborating with other developers. I hope that you will be able to contribute to the evolution of this plugin.

In this tutorial we learn how to create a simple GUI that is able to interact with a RunPEiD application (the client), i.e. this application will do the actual PEiD detection.
In particular, we show how to create a GUI for the use of the “” application.
The input to the application is a.txt file that contains the paths to the.exe files that the user wants to find. The GUI will then display a list of files detected by the.exe files (with details on each detected file) so the user can take a final decision on the files that will be handled by

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Finding the entry point (EP) is not easy. Stored in the EntryPointId. It is typically placed at offset of EntryPointId and it is also very likely to be encrypted (with an encryption algorithm that does not fit the PEiD heuristic).
The generic unpacker scans the file and finds a buffer that is similar to the decrypted EntryPointId and lets you grab the position of the entry point.
First Scan:
This first scan is very generic and it does not rely on the heuristic. Each entry point has a unique entry point id (unique for each module in the archive).
In the screenshot below you see at offset 0x1C58 the EntryPointId of the file is located.

Second Scan:
The second scan is a bit more advanced and it relies on the heuristic of PEiD. It looks for a PEiD signature, checks if the buffer is in the expected offset (0x1C58) and that the detected version is correct (0x1C5C).
The second scan uses a lot more resources (RAM, SSD and CPU) and it will fail if the file is packed with a different signature. However, this provides the best detection rate and is the way to go for PEiD.
These scans use the heuristic to find the original EntryPointId and using the position of the found EntryPointId for the second scan. In most cases the original EntryPointId and the EntryPointId found by the second scan are equivalent.
The detection rate of Generic Unpacker is quite high. 90-95% of packed executables are detected.
The Dump overview page shows all results:


No heuristic:
The first scan looks for a 0x0365 signature (PEiD heuristic) at 0x1C58 in the file and it is very likely to find the original EntryPointId.
The second scan (fuzzy scan) looks for a PEiD signature in order to find the original EntryPointId.

Heuristic (all possibilities):
The first scan looks for a 0x0365 signature at 0x1C58 and checks if this buffer is in the expected position.
The second scan (fuzzy scan) looks for a PEiD signature in order to find the original EntryPointId.


Start scan on file opening:
The Generic Unpacker is not

What’s New in the?

PEiD is special when it comes to detect what kind of packers, cryptors and compilers are using the Portable Executable file format.
PEiD is a very simple, light and easily extendable tool. PEiD is compatible with both 32 and 64 bit environments. It can work with either unpacked or unpacked files.
PEiD Pro version includes support for analyzing packed flat files (EXE, DLL and SYS files).
PEiD Pro version can also analyze the PE file using PEiD objects.
When you have the need for a tool that can analyze packed flat files, the PEiD Pro version is the only choice.
The default file types are:
.EXE files
.DLL files
.COM files
.SYS files
Both the 32 and the 64 bit versions are included.
The architecture is independant of the OS you are using, you can analyze both 32 and 64 bit executables at the same time.
The GUI is done using the GTK2 library, easy to work with for Winamp users as well as for Linux users.

Enable & Disable PEDetection



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How does it work?

When you run PEDetection you ask PEiD to scan a file.
If you have any questions about this please check the PeiD FAQ.

Popup Question:

What do you want to do?

Select option

Start scan

Configure scan


Time took

You can select for the following:

Starting scan

Finish scan

Optionally show the configuration screen

Optional, if you are done with your configuration you can save the settings.

When you are done you can shutdown PEDetection or save changes for later.


By adding or removing files you can change the signature used.

Different signature can be used to find missing imports or export, changing the signature is easy.

You can select to disable the scan for a particular file.

Is it really a plugin?

Yes, this is not a binary program.
PEDetection is a plugin/external program.
When you run PEDetection it executes something like “C:\Program Files (x86)\PEID\PEDetection.exe C:\Users\

System Requirements For Generic Unpacker:

OS: Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 64-bit
CPU: 2.8 GHz Dual Core Intel Core i5-3470 / AMD Phenom II X4 805
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB / AMD Radeon HD 7970 2GB / Intel HD 4000
HDD: 20 GB
Possible issues:
– Weird lighting – might appear to be in a different location or system than you’re actually in.

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