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ID: 30516, This utility to adjusts internal date time stamps of a binary.

by Ray Vecchio Email: Anonymous

This utility (TimeMarker.exe) adjusts the internal date time stamps of a binary's PE header and resource directories.
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Size: 374,102 bytes
Updated on Fri, 15 Apr 2016 08:06:20 GMT
Originally uploaded on Fri, 15 Apr 2016 08:06:19 GMT
SHA1 Hash: 929231B6720269D997A69A79745BC84061F71A39
MD5 Hash: 2D8C0FEC6964554F30981B656E99DF2A

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This utility (TimeMarker.exe) adjusts the internal date time stamps of a binary. In the PE header and resource directories of a binary. It will also create a back up of any file before attempting to modify the binary.

Copyright (c) Roy Nelson, supplied as Beerware.
USAGE: TimeMarker
USAGE: TimeMarker [options] -FFileName [-HC] [-T[F][datetime -> "dd/MM/yyyy hh:mm:ss"]]

Options :
-Q Quiet
-? Help
-HC Recalculate and write header checksum.
-T[datetime as "dd/MM/yyyy hh:mm:ss"] Sets PE datetime stamps. Example: "15/04/2016 16:04:25" (NB: with quotes),
-TF means the specified the file's creation time will be used as the datetime stamp.
To see available settings, execute "TimeMarker -FFileName"

NOTE: The datetime format used will be different depending on your locale and your settings.

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