if you using any disassembler, which one do you use? can you recommend anyone?
Posted on 2003-12-06 05:09:58 by bj1500
IDA pro
Posted on 2003-12-06 05:48:10 by roticv
I don't do much disassembling but when I do I use IDA (freeware).
Posted on 2003-12-06 05:50:03 by Delight
debug.exe ;D

no seriously, ollydbg has good disasm statistics, w32dasm is old now but still can be used none the less,
IDA (Pro) gives the most it can out of an image format .
Buying IDA will give you only but good.
no forgettting that buying Softice (Debugger) will give you even more stength to your debugging/disassembling process to achive the 'original' look of your image.
Posted on 2003-12-06 06:47:27 by wizzra
IDA is the best in reverse, simple crack use w32asm
Posted on 2003-12-06 22:20:54 by whrcartoon
w32dasm or ollydebug
Posted on 2003-12-07 06:21:12 by Homer
For quick results use dumppe or dumpbin.If fact check out Tim Tabor's dumpbingui context menu handler: http://www.cheztabor.com/dumpbinGUI/
Posted on 2003-12-07 10:59:25 by Poimander
Hiew. The fastest.
Posted on 2003-12-07 11:02:42 by The Svin

i liked it ;)
but XP don't hehe
Posted on 2003-12-07 11:13:23 by wizzra
the one that come with pe explorer looks good and is extremely fast but its shareware.
Posted on 2003-12-07 13:51:08 by evil__donkey


i liked it ;)
but XP don't hehe

I have XP Home and I'm using hiew all the time. No problems at all :)

edit: It says "Hiew release 6.83 Demo"
Posted on 2003-12-07 15:06:40 by Delight
RosAsm disassembler is becoming increadible.

Best Regards,

Posted on 2003-12-07 16:41:12 by Beyond2000!
I use OllyDbg for any debugging needs. Also, if you need something like HIEW but want it freeware you should get HT Edit, it's GREAT.
Posted on 2003-12-07 17:42:06 by Milos


i liked it ;)
but XP don't hehe

Yan uses Hiew in XP - and doesn't have any problems.

As to "like Hiew, but shareware"
1. Hiew package has free demo.
2. There is nothing "like Hiew".
The thing is that Hiew highly functional, relaible and fast but
most of functions are hidden to not disturb user eyes when
they are not needed.
Posted on 2003-12-07 20:20:17 by The Svin
Now I am working with Roticv on a new disasm, we hope I think to merge his disasm engine with my ideas for analysing code, and even in realtime with a flow prediction engine based on a forged cpu and lookahead :)
Posted on 2003-12-07 23:49:34 by Homer
EvilHomer2k: I am working with Roticv on a new disasm

now that's sounds nice :grin:
will you keep us posted about the progress ? or if you want any help ?
Posted on 2003-12-08 00:49:57 by TBD
IDA Pro (full, legal copy) when I really need to analyse something, hexit or hiew32 or biew for smaller tasks.

Posted on 2003-12-08 07:32:15 by f0dder