Hexadecimal Editors Software

A hex editor is a program intended for editing binary files, usually executable program files, one byte at a time. This is useful for machine language programming and debugging at the lowest level. Most, but not all, powerful text editors can also edit binary files, and vice versa.

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  • Biew - A multiplatform portable viewer of binary files with built-in editor in binary, hexadecimal and disassembler modes. [Open Source]
  • Hackman - An advanced hex editor and disassembler. News, support editors and related products such as language packs, plugins editors and add-ins. [Commercial]
  • HexTool - A small and fast binary file and hex hexadecimal editor for DOS, with mouse interface. [Shareware]
  • Shed - Easy to use hex editor written for Unix/Linux editors using ncurses, editors with a friendly pico-style interface. [Open editors Source]
  • BreakPoint Software, Inc. - Home of Hex Workshop, a hexadecimal editor, sector hexadecimal editor, base converter, and bit manipulator). [Commercial]
  • Hex Editor Neo - A set of hexadecimal development tools for Windows. [Shareware]
  • The HT Editor - An open source executable file editing tool that supports the editors MZ, PE and LE file formats including code analyzer. For editors Windows and Unix.

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