We continue the MSG analysis of yesterday.
There are several ways to take a look at the text contained in a Word .docx file without using MS Office.
Here we will look at the raw XML. The content of a Word file is stored in the following file:
As you can see, the text of the document is contained between XML tags. Filtering out these XML tags, for example with a regular expression and SED, reveals the text without any formatting:
But it can be harder to understand without any new lines. And sometimes, this method will strip away info you want to see.
Command wordtext is like command text, but it looks for paragraphs (<w:p>) and inserts a newline after extracting the text of each paragraph:
From the content of the Word document, it's clear that this is a scam.
Dec 18th 2017
1 year ago