I've been looking for an open-source GUI tool to extract PDF's in an automated way on Windows systems. I've used Didier Steven's tools with great interest for a while, but cannot make sense of how to use his PDF decomposing/analyzing tools, even after watching some of his videos. They seem to require significant understanding of the underlying PDF construction, and possibly much more.
For SWF files, the tool SWFScan is the kind I'm looking for: you load the file in question into the tool. From there, you can explore the links, scripts, and images. It even auto-analyses code and shows which parts may have security issues and what the issue is for each one, then gives a webpage reference with more information.
Does anyone know of a good open-source GUI for Windows that can load a PDF and not execute it but extract all the scripts, compiled code, text, links, images, etc.? Ideally, it would show the relation of each, like when you click on a certain image, it would tell you what script(s) are run, which URL it goes to, and let you see the image on its own.
PDF's are so common, next to SWF, that this kind of tool seems like it would already be common. I may have overlooked it/them.