EXE 64bit Detector is the simple command-line tool to find if the file is 32-bit or 64-bit Executable. You can specify any valid PE file like EXE, DLL, OCX etc.
Often there is a need to know if the particular executable file is 32-bit or 64-bit. Also there is no easy or direct way to find this out by just looking at the file. In such cases 'EXE 64bit Detector' will make your job easier by quickly telling you if the file is 32-bit or 64-bit one.
In addition to this, it also displays following properties of Executable file,
ASLR (Address space layout randomization)
DEP (Data Execution Prevention)
SEH (Structured Exception Handling)
Being a command-line tool makes it easy to use on remote systems and also automate through scripts
EXE 64bit Detector works on both 32-bit & 64-bit platforms starting from Windows XP to Windows 10.
How to use?
EXE 64bit Detector is very easy to use tool. Since it is command-line/console based tool, you have to launch it from the command prompt (cmd.exe).
Here is the simple usage information
Exe64bitDetector -f <file_path>
Here are the examples
// Detects if the EXE file is 32-bit or 64-bit
Exe64bitDetector.exe -f 'c:\windows\calc.exe'
// Detects if the DLL file is 32-bit or 64-bit
Exe64bitDetector.exe -f 'c:\mytest.dll'
//Show this help screen
Here is the screenshot of EXE 64bit Detector checking the EXE file for 32-bit or 64-bit.
Version 2.1: 27th Aug 2016
Fixed 'access denied' bug on Windows XP.
Version 2.0: 11th Jul 2016
Mega 2016 edition with support for Windows 10 version.