InnoExtractor allows you to inspect all embedded files of installers and extract them to a local folder or a portable devices, without having to run the setup.
Some features include the ability to open installers by drag and drop from Windows Explorer; extract all embedded files of the installer (including the script) to a local folder, to zip package or to a self-extracting module; convert the CompiledCode.bin file of the installer to a readable assembly code file (for advanced users only); run embedded files; perform file searches by keyword; history for recently opened installers and more.
- Improved Extract Files path location: Now the program saves the selected base folder in Config.ini file
- Improved English, Spanish and Chinese language files
- Improved minor internal issues in the program
- Fixed a minor bug of previous version
Reviewing 18.104.22.168 (Oct 9, 2013)
Use the CMD-line version.... 5*
If you don't understand CMD. It's worth Knowing... ~_^
Reviewing 22.214.171.1241 (Sep 9, 2013)
Comes with loads of crapware and malware! Downloads it even if you choose not to install it.
Be carefull and stay away from this software!
There are lots of other GUIs for innounp without malware!
Reviewing 126.96.36.1991 (Aug 22, 2013)
Reviewing 188.8.131.523 (Jul 23, 2013)
This is a nice extractor that clearly shows the structure of the installer. It can run standalone and portable (enough for me). Files can be passed directly to the main executable to launch which could be very useful.
-1 star for the online installer (although power users can sandbox the process and extract the actual installer for archival).
-1 star considering NSIS is not supported which is odd considering the necessary components are in place to allow this (7z).
Synopsis: Dev, add NSIS support, as essentially it is already there and allow more control over extraction without having to manually edit paths and I'll gladly give this 4.5 stars and add it to my toolbox.
P.S. The application itself is totally clean, any alerts from security software comes from the packaged adware with the online installer.
Reviewing 184.108.40.2065 (Jun 5, 2013)
while it does what it says and total virus did produce 3 detection I would say they are false positives the 3 that did detect something are not the best antivirus programs
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