What is the best disassembler in your opinion? I wanna get some links...
Posted on 2003-02-28 14:23:23 by dktreaper
the best disassembly is source code.
apart from that I think ida pro is most recommended

skating on thin ice...
Posted on 2003-02-28 14:27:28 by Hiroshimator
I use Hiew.
IDA is good but also very slow.
Posted on 2003-02-28 15:26:30 by The Svin

What is the best disassembler in your opinion? I wanna get some links...


Here is my recommendation:

1) A good text editor
2) A good hex editor
3) Intel's OP code listing
4) Spare Time

:grin:

or on the other hand you could use IDA Pro or W32Dasm.
Posted on 2003-02-28 17:14:46 by madprgmr
W??Dasm is best choice for taking a quick look into things ... it also
displays the opcode bytes, whilst IDA does not do that.


aweX <-
Posted on 2003-03-01 01:30:53 by aweX

W??Dasm is best choice for taking a quick look into things ... it also
displays the opcode bytes, whilst IDA does not do that.
Adjust the options if you want to see opcode bytes in IDA. :)
Posted on 2003-03-01 01:39:48 by bitRAKE
There is also Clive Turvey's dumppe utility from the Masm32 package.
Posted on 2003-03-01 03:37:55 by Vortex
You can try also the borg disassembler.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/cronos/borg227.zip
Posted on 2003-03-01 03:52:41 by Vortex

Adjust the options if you want to see opcode bytes in IDA. :)


Where?
I can not see it in options (IDA 4.15)
and I haven't found in IDA help anything about it.
Posted on 2003-03-01 10:09:09 by The Svin

Where?
I can not see it in options (IDA 4.15)
and I haven't found in IDA help anything about it.
Options (Menu)
General... (Item)
Dissasembly (Tab)
Display disassebly line parts: (Frame)
Number of opcode bytes (Right side in the middle)
{Enter a reasonable number}
Posted on 2003-03-01 12:42:42 by bitRAKE
Thank you, fixed :)
Posted on 2003-03-01 13:41:18 by The Svin
Just also OllyDbg's analysis is very good, in some features imo even better as IDA.
Win32 executables only however.
Posted on 2003-03-01 17:22:04 by _Servil_
thx Vortex for borg been looking for a disassembler for a while but the ones I found never had help to show U how to use it.
10X:alright:
Posted on 2003-03-02 20:36:32 by Tweak
W32Dasm is quite slow, but is good for taking a good look on executables. IDA is slower, but offers most complete analysis and is best for most complex executables, allowing you to rename variables and other very comfortable features. Its FLIRT library detection system is unmatched in any disassembler. For most quick look at executables (just to check some assembled code, or opcodes) I use dumppe.exe which comes with hutch's masm32 package.
Posted on 2003-03-03 16:41:34 by comrade