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Malwoverview is a first response tool for threat hunting.

Project description


  Copyright (C)  2018-2024 Alexandre Borges ( 

  This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
  the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
  (at your option) any later version.

  This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
  GNU General Public License for more details.

  See GNU Public License on <>.

Current Version: 5.4.5

 Important note:  Malwoverview does NOT submit samples to any endpoint by default, 
 so it respects possible Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs). There're specific options
 that explicitly submit samples, but these options are explained in the help.

ABOUT is a first response tool for threat hunting, which performs an initial and quick triage of malware samples, URLs, IP addresses, domains, malware families, IOCs and hashes. Additionally, Malwoverview is able to get dynamic and static behavior reports, submit and download samples from several endpoints. In few words, it works as a client to main existing sandboxes.

This tool aims to :

  1. Determine similar executable malware samples (PE/PE+) according to the import table (imphash) and group them by different colors (pay attention to the second column from output). Thus, colors matter!
  2. Show hash information on Virus Total, Hybrid Analysis, Malshare, Polyswarm, URLhaus, Alien Vault, Malpedia and ThreatCrowd engines.
  3. Determining whether the malware samples contain overlay and, if you want, extract it.
  4. Check suspect files on Virus Total, Hybrid Analysis and Polyswarm.
  5. Check URLs on Virus Total, Malshare, Polyswarm, URLhaus engines and Alien Vault.
  6. Download malware samples from Hybrid Analysis, Malshare, URLHaus, Polyswarm and Malpedia engines.
  7. Submit malware samples to VirusTotal, Hybrid Analysis and Polyswarm.
  8. List last suspected URLs from URLHaus.
  9. List last payloads from URLHaus.
  10. Search for specific payloads on the Malshare.
  11. Search for similar payloads (PE32/PE32+) on Polyswarm engine.
  12. Classify all files in a directory searching information on Virus Total and Hybrid Analysis.
  13. Make reports about a suspect domain using different engines such as VirusTotal, Malpedia and ThreatCrowd.
  14. Check APK packages directly from Android devices against Hybrid Analysis and Virus Total.
  15. Submit APK packages directly from Android devices to Hybrid Analysis and Virus Total.
  16. Show URLs related to an user provided tag from URLHaus.
  17. Show payloads related to a tag (signature) from URLHaus.
  18. Show information about an IP address from Virus Total, Alien Vault, Malpedia and ThreatCrowd.
  19. Show IP address, domain and URL information from Polyswarm.
  20. Perform meta-search on Polyswarm Network using several criteria: imphash, IPv4, domain, URL and malware family.
  21. Gather threat hunting information from AlienVault using different criteria.
  22. Gather threat hunting information from Malpedia using different criteria.
  23. Gather threat hunting information from Malware Bazaar using different criteria.
  24. Gather IOC information from ThreatFox using different criteria.
  25. Gather threat hunting information from Triage using different criteria.
  26. Get evaluation to hashes from a given file against Virus Total.
  27. Submit large files (>= 32 MB) to Virus Total.
  28. Malwoverview uses Virus Total API v.3, so there isn't longer any option using v.2.
  29. Retrieve different information from InQuest Labs and download samples from there.


  Alexandre Borges (project owner)
  Corey Forman (
  Christian Clauss (


This tool has been tested on REMnux, Ubuntu, Kali Linux, macOS and Windows. Malwoverview can be installed by executing the following command:

  * pip3.11 install git+ (preferred method) 
  * python -m pip install -U malwoverview
  * git clone

If you want to install the Malwoverview on macOS, you have to execute the following commands:

  * /bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL"
  * brew install libmagic
  * pip3 install urllib3==1.26.6
  * pip3 install -U malwoverview
  * Add Python binary directory to the PATH variable by editing .bash_profile file in your home 
    directory. Example:

      export PATH=$PATH:/Users/alexandreborges/Library/Python/3.9/bin

  * Execute: . ./.bash_profile

If you are installing Malwoverview on Windows, make sure that the following conditions are true
AFTER having installed Malwoverview:

  * python-magic is NOT installed. (pip show python-magic)
  * python-magic-bin IS installed. (pip show python-magic-bin)

To use Malwoverview you should insert VirusTotal, Hybrid Analysis, URLHaus, Malshare, Polyswarm, Alien Vault, Malpedia and Triage into the .malwapi.conf configuration file (the default one at the home directory (/home/[username] or /root) -- if the file doesn't exist, so you should create it) or you could create a custom configuration file and indicate it by using the -c option.

Nonetheless, starting on version 4.4.2, it isn't longer necessary to insert all APIs into .malwapi.conf file before using Malwoverview. Therefore, users can only insert few APIs and use the respective options to these APIs.

  • A special note about the Alien Vault: it is necessary to subscribe to pulses on Alien Vault website before using -n 1 option.

The .malwapi.conf configuration file (from the the home directory -- /home/[username] or /root) has the following format:

  VTAPI = 

  HAAPI = 








The APIs can be requested on the respective service websites:

  1. Virus Total (community and paid API):
  2. Hybrid Analysis:
  3. Malshare:
  4. URLHaus:
  5. Polyswarm:
  6. Alien Vault:
  7. Malpedia: It doesn't offer open registration, but you can request an user account directly through Twitter (DM) or feedback e-email. The Malpedia Twitter handle is @malpedia.
  8. Malware Bazaar: It isn't necessary an API.
  9. ThreatFox: It isn't necessary an API.
  10. InQuest:
  11. Triage:

A special note about API requests to the MALPEDIA:

The service and acceptance is based on the community vetting. Thus, it's recommended you send a request for an API from your business e-mail address and NOT public/free one (Gmail, Outlook and so on). Additionally, it'd be great whether you provided further information about you (LinkedIn account, Twitter and so on) because it would make simpler to proof your identity, professional profile and legitimacy, so making quicker the approval of your request.

Additional explanation about Triage:

Every Triage operation is based on the Triage ID of each artifact, so you need to use the "-x 1 -X <attribute>:<value>" to search for the correct ID of the artifact, so use this ID information with the remaining Triage options (-x [2-7]) for getting further threat hunting information from Triage endpoint.

Note about background color of the terminal:

Malwoverview has been written to produce outputs to dark background terminal. However, there's the -o 0 option, which changes and adapts output's colors to light background.

On Linux and MacOS systems, create the .malwapi.conf file within /home/[username] directory (Linux home user directory -- /home/[username] or /root).

To check the installation, execute: --help

Further information is available on:

   ( repository)

If you want to perform the manual installation (it is not usually necessary), so few steps should be executed:

REMnux / Ubuntu (manual steps)

  1. Python version 3.8 or later (Only Python 3.x !!! It does NOT work using Python 2.7)

    $ apt-get install python3.11  (for example)
  2. Python-magic.

    To install python-magic package you can execute the following command:

    $ pip3.11 install python-magic

    Or you can compile it from the github repository:

    $ git clone
    $ cd python-magic/
    $ python3.11 build
    $ python3.11 install

    As there are serious issues related to existing two versions of python-magic package, the
    recommendation is to install it from github (second procedure above) and copy the file to the SAME directory of malwoverview tool.

  3. Install all needed Python packages:

    $ pip3.11 install -r requirements.txt
    $ pip3.11 install -U pefile
    $ pip3.11 install -U colorama
    $ pip3.11 install -U simplejson
    $ pip3.11 install -U python-magic
    $ pip3.11 install -U requests
    $ pip3.11 install -U validators
    $ pip3.11 install -U geocoder
    $ pip3.11 install -U polyswarm-api
    $ pip3.11 install -U pathlib
    $ pip3.11 install -U configparser
  4. To check an Android mobile you need to install the "adb" tool:

    $ sudo apt get install adb

    PS: before trying Android's options, check:

    * If the adb tool is listed in the PATH environment variable.
    * If the system has authorized access to the device by using "adb devices -l"

Examples: -d /home/remnux/malware/windows_2/ -v 1 -V 95a8370c36d81ea596d83892115ce6b90717396c8f657b17696c7eeb2dba1d2e.exe -v 2 -V 95a8370c36d81ea596d83892115ce6b90717396c8f657b17696c7eeb2dba1d2e.exe -v 3 -V 95a8370c36d81ea596d83892115ce6b90717396c8f657b17696c7eeb2dba1d2e.exe -v 4 -V 95a8370c36d81ea596d83892115ce6b90717396c8f657b17696c7eeb2dba1d2e.exe, -v 5 -V -v 6 -V -v 7 -V -v 8 -V ab4d6a82cafc92825a0b88183325855f0c44920da970b42c949d5d5ffdcc0585 -v 9 -V cc2d791b16063a302e1ebd35c0e84e6cf6519e90bb710c958ac4e4ddceca68f7.exe -v 10 -V /home/remnux/malware/hash_list_3.txt -v 11 -V /home/remnux/malware/hash_list_3.txt -v 12 -V 9d26e19b8fc5819b634397d48183637bacc9e1c62d8b1856b8116141cb8b4000 -v 13 -V /largefiles/4b3b46558cffe1c0b651f09c719af2779af3e4e0e43da060468467d8df445e93 -a 1 -A 2e1fcadbac81296946930fe3ba580fd0b1aca11bc8ffd7cefa19dea131274ae8 -a 1 -A 2e1fcadbac81296946930fe3ba580fd0b1aca11bc8ffd7cefa19dea131274ae8.exe -a 2 -A 2e1fcadbac81296946930fe3ba580fd0b1aca11bc8ffd7cefa19dea131274ae8 -a 3 -A 2e1fcadbac81296946930fe3ba580fd0b1aca11bc8ffd7cefa19dea131274ae8 -a 4 -A malware1.apk -a 4 -A 82eb6039cdda6598dc23084768e18495d5ebf3bc3137990280bc0d9351a483eb -a 5 -A 2b03806939d1171f063ba8d14c3b10622edb5732e4f78dc4fe3eac98b56e5d46 -a 5 -A 2b03806939d1171f063ba8d14c3b10622edb5732e4f78dc4fe3eac98b56e5d46.elf -a 6 -A 47eccaaa672667a9cea23e24fd702f7b3a45cbf8585403586be474585fd80243.exe -a 7 -A 47eccaaa672667a9cea23e24fd702f7b3a45cbf8585403586be474585fd80243.exe -a 8 -A 47eccaaa672667a9cea23e24fd702f7b3a45cbf8585403586be474585fd80243.exe -a 9 -A malware_7.apk -a 10 -A 925f649617743f0640bdfff4b6b664b9e12761b0e24bbb99ca72740545087ad2.elf -a 11 -A cd856b20a5e67a105b220be56c361b21aff65cac00ed666862b6f96dd190775e -a 12 -A cd856b20a5e67a105b220be56c361b21aff65cac00ed666862b6f96dd190775e -a 13 -A cd856b20a5e67a105b220be56c361b21aff65cac00ed666862b6f96dd190775e -a 14 -A d90a5552fd4ef88a8b621dd3642e3be8e52115a67e6b17b13bdff461d81cf5a8 -a 15 -A 925f649617743f0640bdfff4b6b664b9e12761b0e24bbb99ca72740545087ad2 -l 1 -L d3dcc08c9b955cd3f68c198e11d5788869d1b159dc8014d6eaa39e6c258123b0 -l 2 -l 3 -l 4 -l 5 -l 6 -j 1 -J 7c99d644cf39c14208df6d139313eaf95123d569a9206939df996cfded6924a6 -j 2 -J 7c99d644cf39c14208df6d139313eaf95123d569a9206939df996cfded6924a6 -j 3 -J -j 4 -J Qakbot -j 5 -J Emotet -j 5 -J Icedid -j 6 -j 7 -p 1 -P 1999ba265cd51c94e8ae3a6038b3775bf9a49d6fe57d75dbf1726921af8a7ab2 -p 2 -P 301524c3f959d2d6db9dffdf267ab16a706d3286c0b912f7dda5eb42b6d89996.exe -p 3 -P 68c11ef39769674123066bcd52e1d687502eb6c4c0788b4f682e8d31c15e5306 -p 4 -P 68c11ef39769674123066bcd52e1d687502eb6c4c0788b4f682e8d31c15e5306.exe -p 5 -P -p 6 -P -p 7 -P -p 8 -P Qakbot -y 1 -y 2 -y 3 -y 4 -Y com.spaceship.netprotect -y 5 -Y -v 1 -V 368afeda7af69f329e896dc86e9e4187a59d2007e0e4b47af30a1c117da0d792.apk -n 1 -N 10 -n 2 -N -n 3 -N -n 4 -N 6d1756aa6b45244764409398305c460368d64ff9 -o 0 -n 5 -N -m 1 | more -m 2 | more -m 3 | more -m 4 -M apt41 | more -m 5 | more -m 6 -M win.qakbot -m 7 -M 3d375d0ead2b63168de86ca2649360d9dcff75b3e0ffa2cf1e50816ec92b3b7d -m 8 -M win.qakbot -b 1 -B c9d7b5d06cd8ab1a01bf0c5bf41ef2a388e41b4c66b1728494f86ed255a95d48 -b 2 -B Revil | more -b 3 -B f34d5f2d4577ed6d9ceec516c1f5a744 -b 4 -B 100 -b 4 -B time | more -b 5 -B bda50ff249b947617d9551c717e78131ed32bf77db9dc5b7591d3e1af6cb2f1a -b 6 -B 3 | more -b 7 -B -b 8 -B Magecart | more -b 9 -B "Cobalt Strike" -b 10 | more -x 1 -X score:10 | more -x 1 -X 71382e72d8fb3728dc8941798ab1c180493fa978fd7eadc1ab6d21dae0d603e2 -x 2 -X 220315-qxzrfsadfl -x 3 -X cd856b20a5e67a105b220be56c361b21aff65cac00ed666862b6f96dd190775e -x 4 -X -x 5 -X 220315-xmbp7sdbel -x 6 -X 220315-xmbp7sdbel -x 7 -X 220315-xmbp7sdbel -i 1 -I 5119c804448dd877e1a32d5157dc2e5ff9344cb55e053b20117c9b3b4c974389 -i 2 -I 5119c804448dd877e1a32d5157dc2e5ff9344cb55e053b20117c9b3b4c974389 -i 3 -I 0a1b0c7a21c8929b7742db195338af5c -i 4 -I list -i 5 -I | more -i 6 -I -i 7 -I -i 8 -I 20firmas-02.jpg -i 9 -I http://diagnostic.htb -i 10 -I -i 11 -I list -i 12 -I -i 13 -I list | more


Version 5.4.5:

  This version:

    * Includes a fix related to the installation path. 

Version 5.4.4:

  This version:

    * Includes only small changes and updates in the

Version 5.4.3:

  This version:

    * Fixes a recent issue on -v 10 and 11 options (VT) due to 
      a change in one of the used libraries. 
    * Fixes other minor issues on several options.

Version 5.4.2:

  This version:

        * Fixes two small issues.

Version 5.4.1:

  This version:

        * Fixes issues related to URLHaus.
        * Fixes issues related to Polyswarm.
        * Fixes issues related to Malware Bazaar.
        * Fixes issues related to InQuest.
        * Introduces changes to the help description. 
        * Introduces changes to installation process. 

Version 5.3:

  This version:

        * Fixes issues related to Malshare (-l and -L options).
        * Adds a new Malshare option (-l 7) to list all samples 
          from last 24 hours.

Version 5.2:

  This version:

        * Multiple issues related to Hybrid Analysis have been fixed.

Version 5.1.1:

  This version:

        * A formatting issue related to -v 10 option has been fixed.

Version 5.1:

  This version:

        * Introduces thirteen options related to InQuest Labs.
        * Fix an issue related to -b 6 option from ThreatFox.

Version 5.0.3:

  This version:

        * Includes the possibility of getting information from 
          Hybrid-Analysis using a SHA256 hash or the malware file.
        * Removes all options related to ThreatCrowd.
        * Fix an issue related to downloading from Malshare.
        * Includes macOS as operating system supported to run Malwoverview.

Version 5.0.2:

  This version:

        * Includes a small fix for options -v 1 and -v 8. 

Version 5.0.0:

  This version:

        * Includes upgrades of all Virus Total options from API v.2 
          to API v.3.
        * Introduces a new option to check hashes within a given
          file using Virus Total.
        * Introduces a new option to submit large files (>= 32 MB) to
          Virus Total.
        * Changes all Virus Total options.
        * Inverts Malpedia options ("m" and "M") purposes.
        * Introduces a new purpose for -D option.
        * Removes Malshare option to check a binary.
        * Removes all Valhalla options completely.
        * Changes all Malshare options.
        * Removes -g option.
        * Changes all URLhaus options.
        * Changes all Polyswarm options.
        * Removes -S and -z options.
        * Upgrades, fixes and merges Android options.
        * Updates Android options to Android 11 version.
        * Removes -t and T options.
        * Fixes and changes Hybrid Analysis options.
        * Changes -d option to Virus Total APIi v.3 with a new content.
        * Swaps options -q and -Q from Threatcrowd.
        * Fixes tag option from Triage.
        * Fixes URL formatting issues from URLhaus.
        * Removes several support functions.
        * Fixes several color issues.
        * Fixes descriptions.
        * Changes configuration, setup and requirement files.
        * Removes many option's letters used in previous versions.

Version 4.4.2:

  This version:

        * It is NOT longer necessary to insert all APIs into .malwapi.conf file 
          before using Malwoverview. For example, if you have only Virus Total
          and Hybrid Analysis APIs, so you can use their respective options 
          without needing insert the remaining ones. The same rule is valid 
          for any API and option. 

        * Small fixes have been done on the code and this README file. 

Version 4.4.1:

  This version:

        * Improves and fixes a formatting issue with cmd field 
          from option -x 2.


  This version:

        * Improves and fixes a formatting issue with cmd field 
          from option -x 7.

Version 4.4:

  This version:

        * Introduces Triage endpoint and seven associated options. 
        * Changes the overlay extraction option (previously -x) 
          to -v 4. 

Version 4.3.5:

  This version:

        * Fixes formating issues related to option -M 6 from Malpedia. 
        * Fixes formating issues related to option -W from URLHaus. 
        * Fixes formating issues related to option -k from URLHaus. 
        * Fixes working issues related to option -L from Malshare. 
        * Corrects misspelled words.

Version 4.3.4:

  This version:

        * Removes two columns from option -y 1 (Android package checking on HA) 
          to offer better formatting. 

Version 4.3.3:

  This version:

        * Fixes output formatting of option -y (Android package checking on VT and HA) 
        * Fixes issue with option -y while using -o 0. 

Version 4.3.2:

  This version:

        * Fixes output formatting of option -n 2 (Alien Vault).
        * Fixes URL output formatting of long URL when using option -I (Virus Total). 
        * Fixes option -f when using a binary without IAT (Virus Total). 
        * Fixes option -B 10, which caused a endless loop (ThreatFox). 
        * Fixes option formatting issue related to -K 2 when fetched URLs were long
        * Introduces "FireEye" endpoint in -v 2 output (VirusTotal). This
          addition has been suggested by @vxsh4d0w.

Version 4.3.1:

  This version:

        * Introduces a fix in the "-b 8" ThreatFox option.
        * Corrects sentences in the help's section.

Version 4.3:

  This version:

        * Introduces Malware Bazaar and ThreatFox endpoints, with 5 options for each one.
          to get the APIs.
        * Changes background option from -b to -o.
        * Fixes problems on Malpedia and URLHaus options.

Version 4.2:

  This version:

        * Fixes -L option from Malware.
        * Introduces additional instruction on (this file) to help professionals
          to get the APIs.

Version 4.1:

  This version:

        * Introduces the -E and -C options for Valhalla service 
        * Introduces few changes in the file (contribution from Christian 
        * Introduces a new contributor: Christian Clauss ( 

Version 4.0.3:

  This version:

        * Fixes the fact of Virus Total evaluation wasn't showed when the user specified "-v 2" and 
          "-v 3" options.
        * The version of the Python request package is fixed to prevent issues with Polyswarm API 2.x.

Version 4.0.2:

  This version:

        * Two small bugs (typos) in the functions for Polyswarm downloading and Android package checking
          have been fixed. 
        * An unnecessary and dead code has been removed.
        * Several typos in the and in the help have been corrected. 
        * All fixes for this version have been suggested by Christian Clauss (

Version 4.0.1:

  This version:

        * Fixes small typos and the README. 

Version 4.0.0:

  This version:

        * Introduces new engines such as Alien Vault, Malpedia and ThreatCrowd. 
        * The -s option has been removed. Use -v 2 option for antivirus report.
        * The -n option is not longer associated to Malshare. Use -l option with 
          values between 1 and 14.
        * To specify the hash in Malshare use the L option instead of -m option. 
        * The -i option has been removed. Use the -v 3 option for IAT/EAT. 
        * The -a option has been changed to include the system environments in Hybrid 
          Analysis. However, the -e option has been kept to be used with other options. 
        * The -M option is not longer responsible for downloading samples in Malshare. Use
          -D option for this task. 
        * The -B option for list URLs from URLHaus has been replaced by -K 2 option. 
        * The -Z and -X options (related to Android) have been replaced for -y 2 and -y 3, 
        * The -D option (download a malware sample) has been extended to Polyswarm. 
        * The malware sample's DLL list has been introduced. 
        * The -R and -G options from Polyswarm have been completely fixed. Additionally, both
          ones also include the polyscore in the output. 
        * The -N option is not longer associated to Polyswarm . 
        * The -G 4 option has been introduced and it makes possible to search samples by 
          families and types such as "*Trickbot*", "*Ransomware", "*Trojan*" and so on. 
        * Colors from -I option have been fixed. 
        * The -w option has been removed. 
        * Several issues in the help have been fixed. 

Version 3.1.2:

  This version:

        * Introduces the -c option that allows the user to specify a custom API configuration file. 
        * The API configuration file has been changed to .malwapi.conf file.
        * The project structure has been changed to make easier to install it in different operating 
        * Updates for this version are a contribution from Corey Forman (

Version 3.0.0:

  This version:

        * Includes fixes in the URL reporting (-u option) from Virus Total.  
        * New players have have been included in the URL reporting (-u option) from Virus Total.
        * Fixes have been included in payload listing (-K option) from URLhaus.
        * Yara information has been include in the hash report (-m option) from Malshare.
        * Fixes have been included in the -l option. 
        * New file types have been included in the -n option: Java, Zip, data, RAR, PDF, Composite (OLE),
          MS_DOS and UTF-8.
        * New -W option, which is used to show URLs related to an user provided tags from URLHaus.
        * New -k option, which is used to show payloads related to a tag from URLHaus
        * New -I option, which is used to show information related to an IP address from Virus Total.
        * The -R option was refactored and now it supports searching for file, IPv4, domain or URL on 

Version 2.5.0:

  This version:

        * Introduces the following options:
              * -y to check all third-party APKs from an Android device against 
                   the Hybrid Analysis. 
              * -Y to send a third-party APKs from an Android device to the Hybrid
              * -Z to check all third-party APKs from an Android device against 
                   the Virus Total. 
              * -X to check all third-party APKs from an Android device against the
                   Virus Total (it is necessary private API). 
              * -T to send a third-party APK from an Android device to Virus Total. 
        * Fixes several issues related to color in command outputs.  
        * Adds the filename identification in the report while sending a sample to Virus Total.


  This version:

        * Fixes several issues about colors in outputs. 
        * Removes the -L option from Malshare (unfortunately, Malshare doesn't provide an 
          URL list anymore). 
        * Removes the -c option.
        * Introduces some verification lines in the URLHaus command. 

Version 2.1:

  This version:

        * Fixes formatting issues related to Hybrid Analysis output (-Q 1 -a 1). 
        * Fixes color issues. 
        * Fixes small issues related to Polyswarm. 


  This version:

        * Introduces installation using: pip3.8 install malwoverview (Linux) or 
          python -m pip install malwoverviewwin (Windows). 
        * Fixes small problems related to Polyswarm usage. 
        * Changes the help to verify whether the APIs were inserted into file. 

Version 2.0.1:

  This version:

        * Fixes a problem related to searching by hash on Malshare (-m option). 
        * Fixes a problem related to searching by hash on Polyswarm (-O option). 

Version 2.0.0:

  This version:

        * Introduces a completely ported version of Malwoverview to Python 3.x (it does not work in 
          Python 2.7.x anymore!)
        * Fixes several bugs related to IAT/EAT listing. 
        * Fixes several bugs related to colors. 
        * Introduces multi-threading to some options. 
        * Introduces several options related to Malshare. 
        * Introduces several options related to URLHaus.
        * Introduces several options related to Polyswarm engine. 
        * Changes the place of the API key configuration. Now you should edit the file. 
        * Changes the help libraries and functions, so making the Malwoverview's help more complete. 
        * Introduces geolocation feature by using the package named Geocoder written by Dennis Carrierre.
        * Fixes problems related to Hybrid Analysis engine. 
        * Fixes several mistaked related to a mix between spaces and Tab.
        * Extends the -d option to include Hybrid Analysis. 

Version 1.7.5:

  This version: 

        * It has been fixed a problem related to sample submission to Hybrid Analysis on Windows operating 
          system. Additionally, file name handling has been also fixed. 

Version 1.7.3:

  This version: 

        * Malwoverview has been adapted to API version 2.6.0 of Hybrid Analysis.
        * -A option has been fixed according to new version (2.6.0) of Hybrid Analysis.
        * -a option has been modified to work together with  -e option.
        * help information has been modified. 

Version 1.7.2:

  This version: 

        * A small fix related to -g option has been included. 

Version 1.7.1:

  This version: 

        * Relevant fix of a problem related to options -A and -H options.
        * Includes a new Hybrid Analysis environment to the -e option (Windows 7 32-bits with HWP support).
        * Updates the Malwoverview to support Hybrid Analysis API version 2.5.0.

Version 1.7.0:

  This version: 

        * Includes -A option for submitting a sample to Hybrid Analysis.
        * Includes -g option for checking the status a submission of a sample to Hybrid Analysis.
        * Includes -e option for specifying the testing environment on the Hybrid Analysis.
        * Includes -r option for getting a complete domain report from Virus Total.
        * Modifies the -H options for working together the -e option.
        * Modifies several functions of the tool to prepare it for version 1.8.0

Version 1.6.3:

  This version: 

        * Includes creation of new functions aiming 1.7.0 version.
        * Includes new exception handling blocks.

Version 1.6.2:

  This version: 

        * Includes small fixes.
        * For the Hybrid Analysis API version 2.40 is not longer necessary to include the API Secret.  

Version 1.6.1:

  This version: 

        * Includes small format fixes.

Version 1.6.0:

  This version: 

        * It is using the Hybrid Analysis API version 2.4.0.
        * Includes certificate information in the Hybrid Analysis report. 
        * Includes MITRE information in the Hybrid Analysis report. 
        * Includes an option to download samples from Hybrid Analysis. 

Version 1.5.1:

  This version: 

        * Small change to fix format issue in -d option. 

Version 1.5.0:

  This version: 

        * Includes the -u option to check URLs against Virus Total and associated engines. 
        * Includes the -H option to find existing reports on Virus Total and Hybrid Analysis through the 
        * Includes the -V option to submit a file to Virus Total. Additionally, the report is shown after 
          few minutes.
        * Includes two small fixes. 


  This version:

        * Includes two small fixes.


  This version:

        * Includes one small fix. 

Version 1.4.5:

  This version:

        * Adds the -w option to use malwoverview in Windows systems.
        * Improves and fixes colors when using -b option with black window.  

Version 1.4:

  This version:

        * Adds the -a option for getting the Hybrid Analysis summary report.
        * Adds the -i option for listing imported and exported functions. Therefore, imported/exported
          function report was decoupled for a separated option.  

Version 1.3:

  This version:

        * Adds the -p option for public Virus Total API.

Version 1.2:

  This version includes:

        * evaluates a single file (any filetype)
        * shows PE sessions.
        * shows imported functions.
        * shows exported function.
        * extracts overlay.
        * shows AV report from the main players. (any filetype)

Version 1.1:

  This version:

        * Adds the VT checking feature.

Version 1.0:

  Malwoverview is a tool to perform a first triage of malware samples in a directory and group them 
  according to their import functions (imphash) using colors. This version:

        * Shows the imphash information classified by color. 
        * Checks whether malware samples are packed.  
        * Checks whether malware samples have overlay. 
        * Shows the entropy of the malware samples. 

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