Same as most any Icon Changer/ File Cloner around except that it supports installing itself to your windows sendto folder (windows explorer integration without use of registry)
~Clone file information from existing .exe file.
~Change file icon (either from .ico file or extracting .ico from an existing .exe to tmp, changing icon and then deleting the temporary icon).
~Removal of PADDINGX that updating resources using windows api leaves behind in files.
Why use sendto integration?
Because im lazy as hell and figure some of you guys are too. Not much other reason for using it really.
How does sendto integration work?
This application will make a shortcut to itself in your sendto folder (typically located in %APPDATA%Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\SendTo).
If there is already a shortcut there for another copy of the app, it will give you the option to update the shortcut path to the path of the currently running executable (in case you wish to use a copy from c:\program files and some other folder as well)
If the shortcut already exists and it points to the current copy of the app, it will give you the chance to remove it if desired.
How is sendto integration used?
Just as if you right click using your mouse on some shortcut under your start menu, there is a popup menu for "Send To" containing various options and/or files which could be used with the specific file. If you right click on a file (.exe's only, others will result in a message and the app closing) and select Send To > PE TOOL then windows will use the cmd line to send this files path to the PE Tool and the gui will come up with your selected file pre entered and you can fill in the remaining options.
How do I know this file is safe to use?
View the report from the anubis analysis
If your concerned about antivirus detections you shouldnt be bothered by your a/v with the file unless you
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Icon changing/ripping methods were taken from rainerstoff crypter & file cloner by ZeR0. (heh, why reinvent the wheel when I can borrow one?)