Bulk Extractor 1.4 Programmers Manual for Developing Scanner Plugs-Ins
Bradley, Jessica R.
Garfinkel, Simson L.
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This Programmers Manual provides guidelines for bulk˙extractor plug-in development. Plug-ins are external scanners that an individual or organization can run in addition to the open source capabilities provided by the tool. The plug-in system gives the full power of bulk˙extractor to external developers, as all of bulk˙extractor’s native scanners are written with the plug-in system. This power gives third party developers the ability to utilize proprietary or protected algorithms in bulk˙extractor scanners.
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