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This is the Windows app named Analyzer for Files whose latest release can be downloaded as AnaFile-0.23.3_win-amd64.msi. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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Analyzer for Files


Analyzer for Files (AoF) is a tool to look into file contents, analyze the structure with installed plug-ins, and show the results with several split windows including converted data and a tree if successful.

It was designed as a workbench with a core and plug-in extensions. It can handle the normal plain-text file and data, complex binaries supported with the corresponding plug-ins. What's more, the developers can deploy and release their own plug-ins according to the plug-in developing standard.

The development site is https://bitbucket.org/cadappl/anafile.


  • Support to display plain-text and binary files
  • Support to convert endian in bytes
  • Support to decode base64 format
  • Support to decode normal hexadecimal format with extended comments
  • Support to decode Intel hexadecimal format and Motolora hexadecimal format
  • Support to parse BitMap format simply, JPeG and PNG format
  • Support to parse Microsoft Executables, ELF formats, Intel i386 object format
  • Support to parse GNU tar format
  • Support to parse the library format with the magic "!<arch>\012"
  • Support to parse MMS Encapsulation format
  • Support to parse XML format
  • Support to parse libpcap package and generate such files in the format
  • Support to parse EXIF standard
  • Support to parse RIFF format container
  • Support to run and install 3rd party plug-ins


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