As their name suggests, disassembling tools as far as computer program are concerned are basically tools used for reverting the operation of an assembler, which is to turn assembly language into something that can be interpreted by machines.
To put it shortly, disassemblers are generally used for reverse engineering in order to get access to the source code of a program.
No installation required
DisAsm is designed for disassembling and it works independently of Visual Studio, which adds to its flexibility.
There is no need to install the utility because it functions out of the box, as soon as the compressed content is extracted from the archive.
However, keep in mind that this is a console-based application. It is not intended for the average user nor for performing illegal operations.
As soon as loaded, the tool informs of the options available. These are -b, -l and -f and they allow adding the raw code bytes to the instruction that it builds, including the line number of the source file and the name of the file next to the assembly.
The tool is quite simple and it works with Windows PE files such as EXE, DLL, OCX, SYS or SCR. Working with it is far from being difficult for more experienced users, especially since the tool includes the necessary technical documentation for handling it.
DisAsm is not a regular disassembler as it does not work like IDA or Hiew but it can help with disassembling binary programs and it works independently of Visual Studio.
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DisAsm is a free tool, its distribution has a serial number, for this reason, it will not run without this license. If you do not have any serial number, there are two alternatives:
DisAsm is a free software. You can find more information about it on the following websites: (information provided by the author)
Disclaimer: I am a software developer. I have not tested DisAsm. I have not tested the program and I have not tested the code.
Disclaimer: I have worked on and tested MS Studio (Eclipse, XMLSpy), and this does not mean that DisAsm is a better solution.
Disclaimer: I have watched videos of DisAsm and I have given the author feedback on the website. I have not given DisAsm any of my own experience.
Disclaimer: I have read articles of DisAsm on the internet. They mention that DisAsm has been tested and that it works with exception of the C code, but I have not tested it myself.
Disclaimer: DisAsm is here just to help you when creating your own programs for compilation, not to cover all of the legalities of reverse engineering.
Disclaimer: The next three paragraphs are so I can say that I have a lot of experience with disassembling programs and working with them.
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DisAsm with Eclipse SourceForge
DisAsm with XMLSpy SourceForge is an alternative to Visual Studio. While it is an IDE as Visual Studio, DisAsm is compatible with Visual Studio on Windows 7.
Unlike Eclipse, DisAsm is a console-based application and it is not interactive like XMLSpy.
DisAsm with Eclipse SourceForge is an Eclipse plugin for MS Visual Studio. This implies that you can edit and build codes through this tool.
However, unlike DisAsm, it is a visual program. To perform repairs and refactoring operations on the code you have to use the GUI interface of XMLSpy and that is a big difference.
If you use the tool for the first time and if you are not familiar with tools, you can try it and then you can see if you like it or not. I suggest you to open the tool’s
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– Multiplatform PC- and device-executable (.EXE,.DLL,.OCX,.SCR,.SYS, and device extension) and device-friendly Windows CE platform (WinMobile OS).
– Portable application that does not require an installer.
– Configurable Settings feature.
– Disassembles to plain C-style code.
– Allows both “regular” and “flat” disassembly.
– Disassembles native code.
– Supports MASM, NASM, GAS, and most inline assemblers (e.g. NASM, GAS, MASM, MASM5 and the Borland/Turbo Assembler)
– Supports COFF format.
– Supports PE32 and PE32+ format.
– Supports x86, x86-64, ARM, and ARM64 by 64-bit.
– Supports 16-bit and 32-bit Windows.
– Includes documentation.My Blog List
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April 3, 2015
What lies ahead
Today is the last working day of the month and I have to confess that there is nothing special to write about. My spirits are quite low, I don’t seem to have achieved any targets for the month and I seem to be slacking.
In more positive news, I have started walking again, given up smoking and I have started my fitness regime again. I have taken the first step in Stawell’s 20/20’s challenge to walk 20-miles in 20-days, which is a beast of a walk. I decided it’s time to do the challenge, not just because I want to (so the timing is perfect) but because this is the sensible thing to do, I am simply not prepared to loose a year of my life when I still have plenty of life ahead.
Life is good at the moment. I hope that the positive steps I took give me the strength and determination to get through the next 4-months and I also hope that the big news my friend will share with me will send me on the way.
today is my last working day of the month, but i have been working. i put myself in the mood to write with inspiration from an article i was reading. sometimes it takes a long time to find my ideal mood to write. sometimes i feel out of inspiration and i need to write just to get something written, even if it
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Installation and Uninstallation
Q: Does it work with my archiver?
A: All you have to do is to download the installation file and extract it, and to run it. It will function independently of Visual Studio and any other software.
Q: Is it free?
A: It is absolutely free. Of course you can also keep it forever. However, it is worth to mention that the license has a 30-day trial period.
Q: How to install it?
A: You just unzip the download to a directory, and run the file.
Q: How to uninstall?
A: That’s easy to do by deleting the folder you just extracted.
Q: I want to keep the trial version. How to?
A: Simply pay for the license, and you’ll be able to use the tool until the trial period is expired.
Q: Do you work on a Mac/Linux/Unix platform?
A: Yes, it is a cross-platform application.
Q: Do you work on iOS/Android/J2ME/Blackberry/Palm OS?
A: No, it is not.
Q: Does it work with Visual Basic and Visual C++?
A: No, it does not.
Q: It is illegal to use it.
A: Not at all. You can use it at your own risk but if you ever need to see the source code of a program, you will need a way to do it.
This tool is different. DisAsm is as interactive as you expect. You don’t have to do anything, the tool does all the work for you.
However, we recommend only to use it for debugging programs with the info flag set to ON. To explain this, let’s assume you want to analyze the executable you receive. The best way to do this is by using a disassembler, which is basically a tool that transforms the executable to a plain text.
Once you receive your data, you have to break it down in smaller parts, in order to work on them. For example, disassembling the executable takes the following stages:
Breaking down the file
Populating the Address File
Disassembling the code
The only thing that you have to do is
System Requirements For DisAsm:
OS: Windows XP or later (Windows Vista is not supported)
Processor: 800 MHz processor or higher
RAM: 256 MB
Graphics: 1 GB video memory or higher
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Recommended system Requirements:
Processor: 2 GHz processor or higher
RAM: 512 MB
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