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SWF embedded files in Word, Excel, etc, documents it is very common these days, specially
in malware. It would be nice if JPEXS FFD could directly search and load all SWF files
embedded in OLE objects.
Btw, JPEXS is an excellent tool, thanks for developing.
Is it OK, if ffdec opens the SWF in read only mode from "any provided file"? It would be
very complicated to save back to old Word format (not docx). And it is impossible to save
back to any unknown file.
Yep. Since provided file could contain many swfs, would be nice to show all found SWFs to
let user pick one (or all of them) and save as somewhere or open one selected SWF right in
FFDec to save as it later.
Implemented, but probably there are a lot of bugs. Please test it when you have time, and
write here the issues, do not spam the issue tracker with a lot of new reports:) (Save
button is active, this is a known bug, please do not press save button, when you open a
zip/swc or any binary file) Opening progress will be fixed later, too.