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Windows 7: Get the Full Process path from the prefetch file.(Offset Address)

03 Oct 2016   #1
mrpis

Windows 7 64 Bit
 
 
Get the Full Process path from the prefetch file.(Offset Address)

I am in an attempt of listing some details from the Windows Prefetch file such Filename, FileCreatedTime,
FileModifiedTime,File Size, Process Name, Process Path,Run Counter & Last Run time.
Though there are many tools like Nirsoft WinPrefetchViewer and couple of more available. I thought of creating
one internally for my organization.
And coming to the point out of these many details I have cracked or extracted them except the Process full path
(For Eg. C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\Firefox.exe in case Firefox executable).
To give more details I have converted the .pf file into a hexdecimal format for extarcting the offset addresses
of the field and converted them to decimal or Asci accordingly.
And spending considerable amount of time in exploring I was not able to find the offset address of the Full process
path in the prefetch file.
It will be great if someone through light in this regard.


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