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oletools / oletools / rtfobj.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
"""
rtfobj.py - Philippe Lagadec 2012-11-09

rtfobj is a Python module to extract embedded objects from RTF files, such as
OLE ojects. It can be used as a Python library or a command-line tool.

Usage: rtfobj.py <file.rtf>

rtfobj project website: http://www.decalage.info/python/rtfobj

rtfobj is part of the python-oletools package:
http://www.decalage.info/python/oletools

rtfobj is copyright (c) 2012, Philippe Lagadec (http://www.decalage.info)
All rights reserved.

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"""

__version__ = '0.01'

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# CHANGELOG:
# 2012-11-09 v0.01 PL: - first version

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# TODO:
# - improve regex pattern for better performance?

import re, sys, string, binascii

# REGEX pattern to extract embedded OLE objects in hexadecimal format:
# alphanum digit: [0-9A-Fa-f]
# hex char = two alphanum digits: [0-9A-Fa-f]{2}
# several hex chars, at least 4: (?:[0-9A-Fa-f]{2}){4,}
# at least 4 hex chars, followed by whitespace or CR/LF: (?:[0-9A-Fa-f]{2}){4,}\s*
PATTERN = r'(?:(?:[0-9A-Fa-f]{2})+\s*)*(?:[0-9A-Fa-f]{2}){4,}'

# a dummy translation table for str.translate, which does not change anythying:
TRANSTABLE_NOCHANGE = string.maketrans('', '')


def rtf_iter_objects (filename, min_size=32):
    """
    Open a RTF file, extract each embedded object encoded in hexadecimal of
    size > min_size, yield the index of the object in the RTF file and its data
    in binary format.
    This is an iterator.
    """
    data = open(filename, 'rb').read()
    for m in re.finditer(PATTERN, data):
        found = m.group(0)
        # remove all whitespace and line feeds:
        #NOTE: with Python 2.6+, we could use None instead of TRANSTABLE_NOCHANGE
        found = found.translate(TRANSTABLE_NOCHANGE, ' \t\r\n\f\v')
        found = binascii.unhexlify(found)
        #print repr(found)
        if len(found)>min_size:
            yield m.start(), found

if __name__ == '__main__':
    if len(sys.argv<2):
        sys.exit(__doc__)
    for index, data in rtf_iter_objects(sys.argv[1]):
        print 'found object size %d at index %08X' % (len(data), index)
        fname = 'object_%08X.bin' % index
        print 'saving to file %s' % fname
        open(fname, 'wb').write(data)
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