The Malicious Document Analysis section contains tools that will definitely turn the task to analyze and determine if one document (Microsoft Office or PDF) is malicious or not and even extract the malicious code from there.
iScanner - “iScanner is a free open source tool lets you detect and remove malicious codes and web pages malwares from your website easily and automatically.”
SWFScan - “HP SWFScan, a free tool developed by HP Web Security Research Group, will automatically find security vulnerabilities in applications built on the Flash platform.”
SWFTools - “SWFTools is a collection of utilities for working with Adobe Flash files (SWF files). “
OfficeCat - "OfficeCat is a command line utility that can be used to process Microsoft Office Documents for the presence of potential exploit conditions in the file."
OfficeMalScanner - "OfficeMalScanner v0.5 is a Ms Office forensic tool to scan for malicious traces, like shellcode heuristics, PE-files or embedded OLE streams"
Offviz - "...about detecting malicious docs but we wanted to do more to help defenders. So earlier this year we started working on an Office Visualization Tool called “OffVis”."
PDF ID - "PDFiD will scan a PDF document for a given list of strings and count the occurrences"
PDF Parser - "This tool will parse a PDF document to identify the fundamental elements used in the analyzed file. "
PDF Structazer - "This tool enables to analyze PDF documents at the PDF code level and to manipulate every single PDF object in the document."
PDF Toolkit - “If PDF is electronic paper, then pdftk is an electronic staple-remover, hole-punch, binder, secret-decoder-ring, and X-Ray-glasses.”
PDF Inflater - “PDF_streams_inflater is a tool for extracting and decompressing zlib compressed streams from PDF documents.”