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Thursday, September 26, 2019

DocBleach - Content Disarm and Reconstruction(CDR) - Open Source tool


              is an advanced Content Disarm and Reconstruction open source software. Its objective is to remove misbehaving dynamic content from your Office files, or everything that could be a threat to the safety of your computer.

                                    DocBleach allows you to sanitize your Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, ... documents. This repository contains the DocBleach Web API, packaged as a docker service. Two clicks and you'll feel safer.

Let's assume your job involves working with files from external sources, for instance reading resumes from unknown applicants. You receive for example a .doc file, your anti-virus doesn't detect it as harmful, and you decide to open it anyway. You get infected. You can use DocBleach to sanitize this document: chances are you don't get infected, because the dynamic content isn't run.


To build DocBleach, use Maven:
$ mvn clean package
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[INFO] Total time: 10.696 s
[INFO] Finished at: 2016-12-19T17:36:10+01:00
[INFO] Final Memory: 29M/234M
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The final jar is stored in cli/target/docbleach.jar.
To use DocBleach, you may either use the Web Interface or run it in CLI:
java -jar docbleach.jar -in unsafe_document.doc -out safe_doc.doc
The input file may be a relative/absolute path, an URI (think: http:// link), or a dash (-).
The output file may be a relative/absolute path, or a dash (-).
If a dash is given, the input will be taken from stdin, and the output will be sent to stdout.
DocBleach's information (removed threats, errors, ...) are sent to stderr.

Download Link :

DocBleach - Online ( Hosted in OVH )

Sanitizes a potentially dangerous file (Office Document, PDF), by removing macros and other active contents.

Friendly reminder: do NOT post sensitive documents here, unless you trust this page owner.

Online Link :