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missidentify - Find executable files without an executable extension
missidentify [-rqablv] [-s|-S len] [-Vh] [FILES]
Miss Identify looks at the header of every file it processes and determines if it is a PE
executable (Windows executable). Such files can include programs, device drivers, and
DLLs. By default the program displays the filename if the extension of the file does not
match one of the known executable extensions (.exe, .com, .sys, or .dll). Other options
can make the program display the filename of all executable files.
-r Enables recursive mode. All subdirectories are traversed. Please note that
recursive mode cannot be used to examine all files of a given file extension. For
example, calling missidentify -r *.txt will examine all files in directories that
end in .txt.
-q Silent mode. All error messages except fatal errors are surpressed.
-a Display filenames of all executables
-b Enables bare mode. Strips any leading directory information from displayed
filenames. This flag may not be used in conjunction with the -l flag.
-l Enables relative file paths. Instead of printing the absolute path for each file,
displays the relative file path as indicated on the command line. This flag may
not be used in conjunction with the -b flag.
-v Verbose mode. Displays the name of every 10th file as a progress indicator.
Prints strings of length len with each filename. With lowercase letter, puts
filename before string. With uppercase letter, puts strings before filename.
-h Show a help screen and exit.
-V Show the version number and exit.
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