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QuickBMS 0.12 0.92

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universal script based files extractor and reimporter.
QuickBMS supports tons of games and file formats, archives, encryptions, compressions, obfuscations and other algorithms.

QuickBMS uses a minimalistic GUI if the executable is double-clicked (launched normally) or from command-line if launched from the console, by using this second mode or a link to the executable it's possible to activate many useful and advanced options.

History:

  • the idea was born from the need of a simple and fast solution for handling the archives used by the majority of games without wasting time writing a stand-alone tool with tons of C code just for a basic file format.
  • so this tool has been created mainly for myself for creating my extractors quickly on the fly, and secondly for any other user who wants do the same without learning a real programming language.
  • the BMS language is basic, easy to use and exists from over 10 years, what I did was simply enhancing it for my personal requirements and making the life easier when handling complex archives and file formats.


Features:

  • open source and multiplatform, tested on Windows (even Win98) and GNU/Linux (x86 and PPC)
  • works from both command-line and GUI (Windows only, just double-click on quickbms.exe)
  • reimport and reimport2 modes for reinjecting the modified files back to the archives
  • support for tons of encryption algorithms, even some proprietary ones
  • support for tons of compression algorithms (over 700), even some proprietary ones
  • support for tons of hashing algorithms
  • support for other types of algorithms (like base64) and/or obfuscations (xor, rot and so on)
  • support for calling DLLs and raw dumped functions with almost any known calling convention
  • support for bits operation and switchable little/big endian
  • simple and dynamic language that allows to make many operations reducing the percentage of archives and formats that can't be supported easily
  • verbose option (-V) that displays all the needed details during reversing and testing of file formats
  • HTML output (-H) that automatically applies colors and names to the fields parsed during the usage of the scripts: example for zip.bms on q3infoboom.zip
  • possibility to use the tool as a blind scanner of compression, encryption and crc/checksum algorithms
  • support for network sockets, SSL and http/https
  • support for other alternative input/output interfaces like processes (included debugging and automatic breakpoint restoring), audio, video and Windows messages
  • support for the visualization and creation of various types of data like x86 assembly, IP addresses, time_t, FILETIME, ClassID and more
  • support for C-like structures and basic syntax for easy handling of file formats
  • support for any command-line decompressor/decrypter/anything_else via the EXECUTE method (Comtype and Encryption commands)
  • read and write operations
  • quickbms_4gb_files.exe is a native 32bit program with all the variables set as 64bit useful in some situations
  • planned future development that will cover more advanced features for reverse engineers and power users
  • customizable CRC engine
  • tons of scripts supporting hundreds of file formats and thousands of games
  • experimental games localization (strings editing)
  • creation of ISO images and ZIP archives as alternative outputs
  • embedded C compiler to use C functions at runtime
  • support for embedded Python and Lua scripts
  • experimental IPC interfaces: named pipes, mailslot, web and dll
  • support for the WCX packer plugins of Total Commander

Created by great Aluigi

 

 


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