Hello people,

I remember that long ago, I had a Windows based program that would turn ASM into hexadecimal Opcodes live. I'd enter some ASM code in the top box and the bottom box would spit out ranges of hexadecimal opcodes.
I don't remember the name of the program and I don't seem to have it anymore. Does anybody here know what I'm talking about and where I might find it?

- Fahr
Posted on 2006-05-15 10:02:45 by Fahr
I remember such a tool but I'm not sure where I saw it. You can always open Hiew or RTA and start typing. Watch out with hiew though as it computes the long jumps wrong.
Posted on 2006-05-15 13:36:05 by JimmyClif
I know (and have) Hiew, but I don't know what this RTA is. If I google it, I get all kinds of stuff not-assembly. Do you have a link?
Posted on 2006-05-15 15:28:26 by Fahr
I'm afraid I can't help with a direct URL as the original location (http://ibiblio.org/paulc/rta/) is down and most other places who host it, also host other questionable software but I can tell you that it's name is "RTA 2.00" and was written by a guy named "Squidge".
Posted on 2006-05-15 16:39:17 by JimmyClif
Thanks I found it, it's a really handy tool :) I'll make good (legal) use of it :)
Posted on 2006-05-15 16:50:43 by Fahr
I usually use Mikael "Fluff" Klasson's HEXIT when I need some opcodes. It has it's own syntax and assembles a few things wrong, but I've used hexit so much that I've become accustomed to it :)
Posted on 2006-05-16 04:26:23 by f0dder
Why not OllyDbg? It has decent assembler.
Posted on 2006-05-17 11:35:06 by MazeGen