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What is your favorite hex editor?
P.S. Re-voting is disabled, so vote carefully.
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Personally I use HIEW from about ~10 years
this because it has assembly support, which is really handy both in read tasks (basically shellcode / classical asm code inspection)
and write tasks (main use: modify code -> jump to cave back to the code)
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I don't really use Hex Editors too often but HxD is my favourite.
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WinHex for everyday usage and Hiew for screenshots.
Ring0 - the source of inspiration
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EP_X0FF wrote:WinHex for everyday usage and Hiew for screenshots.
Hehe, is that a joke? Because there's almost always screenshots with Hview in whitepapers
Hview makes it look very 31337 so that's maybe why?
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I've really enjoyed 010. Simple, yet full of features.
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I like to work with ghex ( Linux )