I've heard of tools that could be used to graph entropy of a file. Is there a graphical Linux program that I could use for this job that would let me conveniently explore which blocks of a file have certain entropy patterns that could suggest compressed or encrypted data?
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From the manual page of Radare2:
So, using this command is as follow:
Get these modules and run it on your file.