Tiny Hexer [homepage]

features:
* edit multiple files (mdi),
* read sectors of disks and other data media
* modifiy virtual memory of other processes.
* scriptable
* view data structures in a special browser in human readable format.
* Value Editor - edit hex data in different formats (like Byte, Char, DWORD, IEEE Float...).

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nice freeware hex editor, good help file, structure viewer, 1.45mb download. :alright:
Posted on 2004-04-29 02:21:15 by TBD
1.5 mb!

Tiny Hexer??!
Posted on 2004-04-29 02:44:13 by Jibz
He should rename as MPTH (as the name of .exe is) :tongue:

even if it big by our win32asm standards (written in Delphi) it has some nice features that I do not found in another *free* hexeditors.

anyway, I am using it and I thought to share with you :grin:
Posted on 2004-04-29 02:54:21 by TBD
Great finally a replacement for the XVI32 I've been using lately. Thanks for sharing!
Posted on 2004-04-29 20:56:55 by JimmyClif
I tend to use http://www.catch22.org.uk/software/hexedit.asp for windows hexediting, or fluff's hexit - http://mklasson.cjb.net/ (it loads file entirely to memory, which is useful sometimes), and sometimes I use good old hiew (32bit console version) too. Depends on the need. If I need to look around in 4gb partition images, I usually use a windows hexeditor because mouse+scrollbars let you move around *fast* :)
Posted on 2004-04-29 21:04:31 by f0dder