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pycommands: error importing module ( #28

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tee-lake opened this Issue Aug 22, 2018 · 7 comments

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tee-lake commented Aug 22, 2018

Expected behavior

Mona should spit back data when launched (!mona) from the Immunity Debugger 1.85

Actual behavior

pycommands: error importing module
....
line 87 in
import urllib ...
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Steps to reproduce the problem

installed Immunity Debugger and updated from python 2.7.1 to python 2.7.14
added mona.py to the PyCommands folder
started Immunity Debugger as an admin
use !mona

Other useful information (mona version, debugger & debugger version, OS version, etc)

OS: Windows 7 x64 SP 1
immunity debugger 1.85

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tee-lake commented Aug 22, 2018

I downgraded the python version back to 2.7.1 which was installed by Immunity Debugger and it worked!

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corelanc0d3r commented Aug 22, 2018

would it be possible to double check that you are installing the x86 version (and not the x64 version) of python 2.7.14 (or higher), and that you are installing it in the default folder (where 2.7.1 resides)?

thanks !

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sibios commented Aug 25, 2018

I was having this issue as well. I can confirm that this is a result of using the x64 version of Python (2.7.15 in my case). Installing the x86 version resolved the error.

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corelanc0d3r commented Aug 26, 2018

thanks - I'm also quite sure that this is caused by installing the x64 version
I'll close the issue for now, feel free to reopen if the issue has not been resolved.
(you should not be running the python 2.7.1 version, as you won't be able to run !mona upgrade)

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dcliss commented Dec 7, 2018

guys i get the same error

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dcliss commented Dec 7, 2018

which version to run ?

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corelanc0d3r commented Dec 7, 2018

you need to run the x86 python version, not the x64 version

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