What's new

2018-11-14: XL-FileTools v4.2 has been released.

2018-10-06: XL-Parser v1.2.2 has been released.

2018-10-06: XL-Tools v3.6.1 has been released.

2018-09-17: RDP-Parser v1.0 has been released.

2018-05-25: XL-Whois v4.2.1 has been released.

2018-03-05: ExtractFace v6.3.4 has been released.

What's next

2018-09-10: As ExtractFace is no longer supported by Firefox, I started a thread on the forum to discuss about the future of the tool. You can participate to the thread or send your feedbacks using the Contact page.

The tools

Le-Tools.com provides Win32 open source softwares that have been created for investigators, IT analysts and researchers, but they can also be usefull for anyone.

Logo ConvertShellcode : ConvertShellcode takes Shellcode as input and disassembles it in a list of instructions in assembly language.
Logo RDP-Parser : RDP-Parser extracts RDP activities from Microsoft Windows Event Logs.
Logo ExtractFace : Dump Facebook stuff for analysis or reporting purposes.
To install all the tools of the XL-Toolkit, you should follow these instructions.
Logo XL-Parser : XL-Parser provides a bunch of functions for data extraction and analysis. It also provides web log analysis features like a tool for detection of suspicious activities.
Logo XL-Whois : XL-Whois is a tool to gather whois information on domain names and IP addresses. It stores the responses into a database that can be used with other tools of the XL-Toolkit.
Logo XL-Tools : XL-Tools provides a bunch of functions for list of strings like sorting, converting, replacing, date and time utilities, etc.
Logo XL-FileTools : XL-FileTools provides a bunch of functions for files like filtering, listing, copying, moving and renaming.


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