Binary Pattern

Binary Patterns are a sort of Regex search pattern for binary values.

The following characters are allowed:

  • 0 - 9 / A - F: Fixed values that the current nibble needs to have

  • ?: Wildcard value to match any value

As an example, let's take the Binary Pattern AB ?? 5F ?A. Searching for this pattern would look for any sequence of 4 bytes where the first byte has the value 0xAB, the third byte the value 0x5F and the fourth byte any value that has the lower nibble set to 0xA. The second byte in the sequence can have any value as both nibbles are wildcarded.

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