This is small software utility inspects the imported and exported functions of a portable executable (e.g: .EXE, .DLL, .SYS). Function names are provided as well as their host module name along with some other useful options such as decoding mangled or decorated function names (MSVC++ and Borland compilers do this) as well as identifying Forwarded functions (functions that just jump to or call another API in another module). The import and export info of the PE file can be exported as a log file for easier viewing and searching.
For Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 (32\64-bit)
If you need to find out what functions are exported or imported by a Portable Executable (PE) file, this is the tool that you need! This tool is particularly useful at times when you don't want to install some large software program such as IDA in order to view which imports or exports are present inside an executable file making this a painless and quick task. PE View is compatible with all Windows-NT based operating systems and does not require Administrative privileges in order to function.
Inspects the imported and exported functions of a portable executable.
Identify forwarded functions, that jump to or call another API in another module.
Function names are provided as well as their host module name along with other details.
You can export to a log file the import and export information of the PE file analyzed.
Does not require Administrative privileges in order to function.
The software application uses only a few MBs of memory, you will not even notice it.
The program is free from spyware, adware or other pests, nothing extra is installed.
Does not require any special framework or other OS specific dependencies.
This software is completely free to use for anyone, at home and at work.
|Last Updated||November 6, 2017|
|Operating System||For Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 (32\64-bit)|
|Category||Malware Analysis Tools|
|File Size||2 MB|