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Malwoverview is a first response tool for profiling malware samples, URLs, submitting and downloading malware samples.

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Malwoverview.py

  Copyright (C)  2018-2020 Alexandre Borges <ab at blackstormsecurity dot com>

  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
  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
  GNU General Public License for more details.

  See GNU Public License on <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

Current Version: 2.0.8.1

Important note: Malwoverview does NOT submit samples to Virus Total or Hybrid Analysis by default. It submits only hashes, so respecting Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs). Nonetheless, if you use the "-V" (uppercase), "-A" (uppercase) or "-P" (uppercase), so Malwoverview SUBMITS your malware sample to Virus Total, Hybrid Analysis and Polyswarm, respectively.

ABOUT

Malwoverview.py is a simple tool to perform an initial and quick triage of malware samples, URLs and hashes. Additionally, Malwoverview is able to show some threat intelligence information.

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 and URLhaus 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 and URLhaus engines.
  6. Download malware samples from Hybrid Analysis, Malshare and HausURL engines.
  7. Submit malware samples to VirusTotal, Hybrid Analysis and Polyswarm.
  8. List last suspected URLs from Malshare and 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.

REQUERIMENTS

This tool has been tested on Ubuntu, Kali Linux 2019, Windows 8.1 and 10. Malwoverview can be installed by executing the following command:

   $ pip3.7 install malwoverview              (Linux)
   $ python -m pip install malwoverviewwin    (Windows)

In Linux systems, add the /usr/local/bin to the PATH environment variable.

Additionally, insert your APIs in the malwconf.py file in /usr/local/lib/python3.x/dist-packages/malwoverview/conf directory (Linux) or C:\Python37\Lib\site-packages\malwoverviewwin\conf directory (Windows).

In Windows systems, when the package is installed using pip, it is not necessary to specify "-w 1" anymore.

To check the installation, execute:

   (Linux) malwoverview --help
   (Windows) malwoverview.py --help

If you are installing the Malwoverview into a Python virtual environment, so you should follow the step-by-step procedure below:

   $ mkdir mytest
   $ python3.7 -m venv mytest/
   $ source mytest/bin/activate
   $ cd mytest/
   $ pip3.7 -q install malwoverview
   $ cd bin
   $ pip3.7 show malwoverview
   $ ls ../lib/python3.7/site-packages/malwoverview/conf/
   $ cp /malwoverview/configmalw.py ../lib/python3.7/site-packages/malwoverview/conf/
   $ malwoverview

If you want to perform the manual steps, so few steps will be necessary:

Kali Linux

  1. Python version 3.7 or later (Only Python 3.x !!! It does NOT work using Python 2.7)

    $ apt-get install python3.7  (for example)
    
  2. Python-magic.

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

    $ pip3.7 install python-magic
    

    Or compiling it from the github repository:

    $ git clone https://github.com/ahupp/python-magic
    $ cd python-magic/
    $ python3.7 setup.py build
    $ python3.7 setup.py install
    

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

  3. Install several Python packages:

    $ pip3.7 install -r requirements.txt
    
    OR
    
    $ pip3.7 install pefile
    $ pip3.7 install colorama
    $ pip3.7 install simplejson
    $ pip3.7 install python-magic
    $ pip3.7 install requests
    $ pip3.7 install validators
    $ pip3.7 install geocoder
    $ pip3.7 install polyswarm-api
    

Windows

  1. Install the Python version 3.7.x or later from https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/

  2. Python-magic.

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

    C:\> pip3.7 install python-magic
    

    Or compiling it from the github repository:

    C:\> git clone https://github.com/ahupp/python-magic
    C:\> cd python-magic/
    C:\> python3.7 setup.py build
    C:\> python3.7 setup.py install
    
  3. Install several Python packages:

    C:\> pip3.7 install -r requirements.txt
    
    OR: 
    
    C:\> pip3.7 install pefile
    C:\> pip3.7 install colorama
    C:\> pip3.7 install simplejson
    C:\> pip3.7 install python-magic
    C:\> pip3.7 install requests
    C:\> pip3.7 install validators
    C:\> pip3.7 install geocoder
    C:\> pip3.7 install polyswarm-api
    C:\> pip3.7 install python-magic-bin==0.4.14
    
  4. (IMPORTANT) Remove the magic.py file from malwoverview directory.

  5. (VERY IMPORTANT) Install the python-magic DLLs by executing the following command:

    C:\> pip3.7 install python-magic-bin==0.4.14 
    

Virus Total, Hybrid-Analysis, Malshare, URLHaus and Polyswarm engines

You must edit the configmalw.py file (Linux: /usr/local/lib/python3.x/dist-packages/malwoverview/conf directory ; Windows: C:<Python installation directory>\Lib\malwoverview directory) and insert your APIs to enable all engines. Pay attention: the APIs are not registered within malwoverview.py anymore!

  VT: 

        VTAPI = '<----ENTER YOUR API HERE---->'

  Hybrid-Analysis: 

        HAAPI = '<----ENTER YOUR API HERE---->'    

  Malshare: 

        MALSHAREAPI = '<----ENTER YOUR API HERE---->'

  HAUSUrl:

        HAUSSUBMITAPI = '<----ENTER YOUR API HERE---->'

  Polyswarm.IO:

        POLYAPI = '<----ENTER YOUR API HERE---->'

USAGE

To use the malwoverview, execute the command as shown below:

  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py  | more

  usage: python malwoverview.py -d <directory> -f <fullpath> -i <0|1> -b <0|1> -v <0|1> -a <0|1> 
  -p <0|1> -s <0|1> -x <0|1> -w <|1> -u <url> -H <hash file> -V <filename> -D <0|1> -e<0|1|2|3|4> 
  -A <filename> -g <job_id> -r <domain> -t <0|1> -Q <0|1> -l <0|1> -n <1|2|3|4|5|6> -m <hash> -M <0|1> 
  -L <0|1> -c <0|1> -U <url> -S <url> -z <tags> -B <0|1> -K <0|1> -j <hash> -J <hash> -P <filename> 
  -N <url> -R <executable_file>

Options:

  Malwoverview is a malware triage tool written by Alexandre Borges.

  optional arguments:
  
    -h, --help            show this help message and exit
    -d DIRECTORY, --directory DIRECTORY
                          specify directory containing malware samples.
    -f FILENAME, --filename FILENAME
                          Specifies a full path to a file. Shows general
                          information about the file (any filetype)
    -b BACKGROUND, --background BACKGROUND
                          (optional) Adapts the output colors to a white
                          terminal. The default is black terminal
    -i IAT_EAT, --iat_eat IAT_EAT
                          (optional) Shows imports and exports (it is used with
                          -f option).
    -x OVERLAY, --overlay OVERLAY
                          (optional) Extracts overlay (it is used with -f
                          option).
    -s SHOW_VT_REPORT, --vtreport SHOW_VT_REPORT
                          Shows antivirus reports from the main players. This
                          option is used with the -f option (any filetype).
    -v VIRUSTOTAL, --virustotal VIRUSTOTAL
                          Queries the Virus Total database for positives and
                          totals.Thus, you need to edit the configmalw.py and
                          insert your VT API.
    -a HYBRID_ANALYSIS, --hybrid HYBRID_ANALYSIS
                          Queries the Hybrid Analysis database for general
                          report. Use the -e option to specify which environment
                          are looking for the associate report because the
                          sample can have been submitted to a different
                          environment that you are looking for. Thus, you need
                          to edit the configmalw.py and insert your HA API and
                          secret.
    -p USE_VT_PUB_KEY, --vtpub USE_VT_PUB_KEY
                          (optional) You should use this option if you have a
                          public Virus Total API. It forces a one minute wait
                          every 4 malware samples, but allows obtaining a
                          complete evaluation of the malware repository.
    -w RUN_ON_WINDOWS, --windows RUN_ON_WINDOWS
                          This option is used when the OS is Microsoft Windows.
    -u URL_VT, --vturl URL_VT
                          SUBMITS a URL for the Virus Total scanning.
    -r URL_DOMAIN, --urldomain URL_DOMAIN
                          GETS a domain's report from Virus Total.
    -H FILE_HASH, --hash FILE_HASH
                          Specifies the hash to be checked on Virus Total and
                          Hybrid Analysis. For the Hybrid Analysis report you
                          must use it together -e option.
    -V FILENAME_VT, --vtsubmit FILENAME_VT
                          SUBMITS a FILE(up to 32MB) to Virus Total scanning and
                          read the report. Attention: use forward slash to
                          specify the target file even on Windows systems.
                          Furthermore, the minimum waiting time is set up in 90
                          seconds because the Virus Total queue. If an error
                          occurs, so wait few minutes and try to access the
                          report by using -f option.
    -A SUBMIT_HA, --submitha SUBMIT_HA
                          SUBMITS a FILE(up to 32MB) to be scanned by Hybrid
                          Analysis engine. Use the -e option to specify the best
                          environment to run the suspicious file.
    -g HA_STATUS, --hastatus HA_STATUS
                          Checks the report's status of submitted samples to
                          Hybrid Analysis engine by providing the job ID.
                          Possible returned status values are: IN_QUEUE,
                          SUCCESS, ERROR, IN_PROGRESS and PARTIAL_SUCCESS.
    -D DOWNLOAD, --download DOWNLOAD
                          Downloads the sample from Hybrid Analysis. Option -H
                          must be specified.
    -e HA_ENVIRONMENT, --haenv HA_ENVIRONMENT
                          This option specifies the used environment to be used
                          to test the samlple on Hybrid Analysis: <0> Windows 7
                          32-bits; <1> Windows 7 32-bits (with HWP Support); <2>
                          Windows 7 64-bits; <3> Android; <4> Linux 64-bits
                          environment. This option is used together either -H
                          option or the -A option or -a option.
    -t MULTITHREAD, --thread MULTITHREAD
                          (optional) This option is used to force multithreads
                          on Linux whether: the -d option is specifed AND you
                          have a PAID Virus Total API or you are NOT checking
                          the VT while using the -d option. PS1: using this
                          option causes the Imphashes not to be grouped anymore;
                          PS2: it also works on Windows, but there is not gain
                          in performance.
    -Q QUICK_CHECK, --quick QUICK_CHECK
                          This option should be used with -d option in two
                          scenarios: 1) either including the -v option (Virus
                          Total -- you'll see a complete VT response whether you
                          have the private API) for a multithread search and
                          reduced output; 2) or including the -a option (Hybrid
                          Analysis) for a multithread search and complete and
                          amazing output. If you are using the -a option, so -e
                          option can also be used to adjust the output to your
                          sample types. PS1: certainly, if you have a directory
                          holding many malware samples, so you will want to test
                          this option with -a option; PS2: it also works on
                          Windows, but there is not gain in performance.
    -l MALSHARE_HASHES, --malsharelist MALSHARE_HASHES
                          Show hashes from last 24 hours from Malshare. You need
                          to insert your Malshare API into the configmalw.py
                          file.
    -m MALSHARE_HASH_SEARCH, --malsharehash MALSHARE_HASH_SEARCH
                          Searches for the provided hash on the Malshare
                          repository. You need to insert your Malshare API into
                          the configmalw.py file. PS: sometimes the Malshare
                          website is unavailable, so should check the website
                          availability if you get some error message.
    -n FILE_TYPE, --filetype FILE_TYPE
                          Specifies the file type to be listed by -l option.
                          Therefore, it must be used together -l option.
                          Possible values: 1: PE32 (default) ; 2: Dalvik ; 3:
                          ELF ; 4: HTML ; 5: ASCII ; 6: PHP.
    -M MALSHARE_DOWNLOAD, --malsharedownload MALSHARE_DOWNLOAD
                          Downloads the sample from Malshare. This option must
                          be specified with -m option.
    -L MALSHARE_LAST_200, --last200 MALSHARE_LAST_200
                          Downloads a list with 200 last URLs (limited to 95
                          characters in order to keep the format) pointing to
                          malware samples from Malshare.
    -c SHOW_LOCATION, --location SHOW_LOCATION
                          (optional) Shows the origin (location: city) of a URL.
                          This option is optionally specified with the -L
                          option. Attention: there's a limit for the geolocation
                          service, so don't abuse this option. Anyway, if you
                          reach your daily limit, so you could use a VPN
                          service... ;)
    -B URL_HAUS_BATCH, --haus_batch URL_HAUS_BATCH
                          Retrieves a list of recent URLs (last 3 days, limited
                          to 1000 entries) from URLHaus website.
    -K HAUS_PAYLOADS, --haus_payloadbatch HAUS_PAYLOADS
                          Retrieves a list of downloadable links to recent
                          PAYLOADS (last 3 days, limited to 1000 entries) from
                          URLHaus website. Take care: each link take you to
                          download a passworless zip file containing a malware,
                          so your AV can generate alerts!
    -U URL_HAUS_QUERY, --haus_query URL_HAUS_QUERY
                          Queries a URL on the URLHaus website.
    -j HAUS_HASH, --haus_hash HAUS_HASH
                          Queries a payload's hash (md5 or sha256) on the
                          URLHaus website.
    -S URL_HAUS_SUB, --haus_submission URL_HAUS_SUB
                          Submits a URL used to distribute malware (executable,
                          script, document) to the URLHaus website. Pay
                          attention: Any other submission will be
                          ignored/deleted from URLhaus. You have to register
                          your URLHaus API into the configmalw.py file.
    -z [HAUSTAG [HAUSTAG ...]], --haustag [HAUSTAG [HAUSTAG ...]]
                          Associates tags (separated by spaces) to the specified
                          URL. Please, only upper case, lower case, '-' and '.'
                          are allowed. This is an optional option, which should
                          be used with the -S option.
    -J HAUS_DOWNLOAD, --haus_download HAUS_DOWNLOAD
                          Downloads a sample (if it is available) from the
                          URLHaus repository. It is necessary to provide the
                          SHA256 hash.
    -P POLYSWARMFILE, --polyswarm_scan POLYSWARMFILE
                          Performs a file scan using the Polyswarm engine.
    -N POLYSWARMURL, --polyswarm_url POLYSWARMURL
                          Performs a URL scan using the Polyswarm engine.
    -O POLYSWARMHASH, --polyswarm_hash POLYSWARMHASH
                          Performs a hash scan using the Polyswarm engine.
    -R POLYSWARMMETA, --polyswarm_meta POLYSWARMMETA
                          Performs a complementary search for similar PE
                          executables through meta-information using the
                          Polyswarm engine.


    If you use Virus Total, Hybrid Analysis, Malshare, URLHaus or Polyswarm options, so it is necessary 
    to edit the configmalw.py file and insert your APIs. 
    
    Remember that public VT API only allows 4 searches per second (as shown at the image above). Therefore, 
    if you are willing to wait some minutes, so you can use the -p option, which forces a one minute wait 
    every 4 malware samples, but allows obtaining a complete evaluation of the repository.
    

    * ATTENTION 1: if the directory contains many malware samples while using -d option, so malwoverview.py 
                   could take some time. Nonetheless, you can use the new -t option (multithreading) to 
                   speed-up things. :)
     
    ** ATTENTION 2: All engines enforces quota of submission and/or verification per day and/or month. 
                    Take care!
    
    *** ATTENTION 3: Some options searching on Hybrid Analysis strongly depend of the "-e" option, which 
                     specifies the environment. Therefore, to check an Android sample (for example) it is 
                     necessary to use the right environment (-e 3 for Android).
    
    **** ATTENTION 4: When you execute Malwoverview on Windows systems, you MUST to specify the "-w 1" option. 

Examples:

  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -d /root/malware/misc/
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -d /root/malware/misc/ -t 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -d /root/malware/misc/ -t 1 -v 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -d /root/malware/misc/ -v 1 -p 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -d /root/malware/misc/ -Q 1 -v 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -d /root/malware/misc/ -Q 1 -a 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -d /root/malware/android/ -Q 1 -a 1 -e 3
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -d /root/malware/linux/ -Q 1 -a 1 -e 4
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -f /root/malware/misc/sample1 -v 1 -s 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -f /root/malware/misc/sample1 -i 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -f /root/malware/misc/sample1 -v 1 -s 1 -x 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -u <url>
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -r <domain>
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -H <hash> -e 2
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -H <hash> -e 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -V /root/malware/android/sample.apk
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -A /root/malware/windows/sample1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -A /root/malware/android/sample.apk -e 3
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -g <job_id>
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -l 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -l 1 -n 2
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -l 1 -n 3
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -m <hash>
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -m <hash> -M 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -L 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -L 1 -c 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -B 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -U <URL>
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -K 1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -j <hash>
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -J <hash>
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -S <URL> -z SpelevoEK exe psixbot
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -O <hash>
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -N <URL>
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -P sample1
  root@ubuntu19:~/malwoverview# python3.7 malwoverview.py -R /root/malware/windows/sample1

HISTORY

Version 2.0.8.1:

  This version:

        * Introduces installation using: pip3.7 install malwoverview (Linux) and 
          python -m pip install malwoverviewwin (Windows).
        * Fixes small problems related to Polyswarm usage.
        * Changes the help to verify whether the APIs were inserted into configmalw.py 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 configmalw.py 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 hash.
        * Includes the -V option to submit a file to Virus Total. Additionally, the report is shown afer few 
          minutes.
        * Includes two small fixes. 

Version 1.4.5.2:

  This version:

        * Includes two small fixes.

Version 1.4.5.1:

  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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