Hex Editors

The Wise LLama Rolls Their Own

Feeling intrepid? Wanna get your fingers into a little bit of hex? Wanna bend that damn game to your will? Well hex editing is the way to go. Files change frequently and updates too, so we won't even bother archiving the files, but send you straight to the source. Note: A basic intelligence is needed to attempt hex editing if you don't fall into the category of 'intelligence above plankton' then your better off just plugging away the old fashioned way. These links spawn new pages so you can evaluate them all before making picking your weapon of choice. Sure this won't help your online play, but if your ping is 500+ you have no business playing a MPOG anyway eh?

Hex Workshop, is a set of hexadecimal development tools for Windows 3.1, 95, and NT, combining advanced binary editing with the ease and flexibility of a word processor. With Hex Workshop you can edit, insert, delete, cut, copy, and paste hex, print high quality customizable hex dumps, and export to RTF or HTML for publishing. Additionally you can goto, find, replace, compare, and calculate checksums within a file. Hex Workshop is integrated with the Windows Explorer, the File Manager, and Microsoft Visual C++ so you can quickly hex edit files from your most frequently used workspaces. Hex Workshop also includes a Base Converter for converting between hex, decimal, and binary, and a Hex Calculator supporting arithmatic and logical operations.

A.X.E. (standing for Advanced Hex Editor) is a hex editor for Windows 95/98/NT. It was begun because of the lack of a Windows hex editor that contained the kind of functionality that's really necessary for complex reverse engineering and debuging tasks.

HEdit is a hexadecimal editor for binary files. It displays the contents of any binary file, including text files, in the hexadecimal format with the corresponding ASCII characters for readable symbols in a separate pane. The contents of the file can be further modified by either entering hex values in the hex pane, or typing text in the ASCII pane.

File Editor for Windows 95/NT is a small utility that allows you to view and modify binary files. You can search for specified hexadecimal and ASCII strings.     

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