[Vol-users] Volatility as an executable program

John Sawyer jsawyer at ufl.edu
Mon Mar 16 10:12:52 CDT 2009


You could bundle Portable Python with it.
http://www.portablepython.com/

-jhs

On Mar 16, 2009, at 11:05 AM, Hermann Lizelfelner wrote:

> Hallo!
>
> I'm currently working on a forensic aquisition tool to get live data  
> from a running system. I want to extend the tool with volatility and  
> therefore make the tool independent from an installed python on the  
> system volatility is executed. What's the best possibility to have a  
> "mobile" volatility? I tried py2exe but it is not trivial to include  
> all the needed modules and dlls needed to run volitility correct.  
> Currently the volatility-exe created with py2exe is only running  
> when python is installed on the system. Has somebody a better idea  
> to create a mobile volatility or a setup.py for py2exe that works?
>
> best regards
> hermann
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