Malware Analyser v3.0 – A Static & Dynamic Malware Analysis Tool

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Malware Analyser is freeware tool to perform static and dynamic analysis on malware executables, it can be used to identify potential traces of anti-debug, keyboard hooks, system hooks and DEP setting change calls in the malware.

This is a stepping release since for the first time the Dynamic Analysis has been included for file creations (will be improved for other network/registry indicators sooner) along with process dumping feature.


  • String based analysis for registry, API calls, IRC Commands, DLL’s called and VM Aware.
  • Display detailed headers of PE with all its section details, import and export symbols etc.
  • On Distro, can perform an ascii dump of the PE along with other options (check –help argument).
  • For Windows, it can generate various section of a PE : DOS Header, DOS Stub, PE File Header, Image Optional Header, Section Table, Data Directories, Sections
  • ASCII dump on windows machine
  • Code Analysis (disassembling)
  • Online malware checking (
  • Check for Packer from the Database.
  • Tracer functionality
  • Signature Creation: Allows to create signature of malware
  • CRC and Timestamp verification.
  • Entropy based scan to identify malicious sections.
  • Dump a process memory
  • Dynamic Analysis (Still in beginning stage) for file creations.

You can download Malware Analyser v3.0 here:


Or read more here.

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One Response to Malware Analyser v3.0 – A Static & Dynamic Malware Analysis Tool

  1. jim Jones May 24, 2011 at 1:03 am #

    Can I use it kernel32.dll?