Hex Workshop 220.127.116.1108
The Hex Workshop Hex Editor is a complete set of hexadecimal development tools for Microsoft Windows, combining advanced binary editing with the ease and flexibility of a word processor. It integrates advanced binary editing and data interpretation and visualization with the ease and flexibility of a modern word processor. With the Hex Workshop, you can edit, cut, copy, paste, insert, fill and delete binary data. You can also work with data in its native structure and data types using our integrated structure viewer and smart bookmarks. Data editing is quick and easy with our extensive features that allow you to: jump to file or sector location, find or replace data, perform arithmetic, bitwise, and logical operations, binary compare files, generate checksums and digests, view character distributions and export data to RTF or HTML for publishing. Hex Workshop supports drag-and-drop and is integrated with the Windows operating system so you can quickly and easily hex edit from your most frequently used workspaces.
The Data Inspector is perfect for interpreting, viewing, and editing decimal and binary values. An Integrated Structure Viewer allows you to view and edit data in the most intuitive and convenient way.
Hex Workshop includes a Sector Editor with disk imaging tools, a Base Converter for converting between hex, decimal and binary data types, a Hex Calculator supporting arithmetic and bitwise operations, an expression calculator supporting variables, conditionals, iteration and arithmetic and bitwise operations, and a data visualizer designed to help you visually identify patterns and interesting data from rendered images. Also included is our Data Inspector that allows you to quickly edit and view data in decimal, floating point or time and date representations.
• Rich Feature Set
• Highly Customizable User Interface
• Data Interpretation and Parsing
• Integrated Binary Comparison
Changes in Hex Workshop v6.7.3 – October 2012:
– Users can now expand or collapse all top level root structures from the “Tools\Structure Viewer” menu.
– Child structures can be fully expanded or collapsed from either the “Tools\Structure Viewer” menu or the right-click structure viewer context menu.
– The right-click document context menu’s relative and absolute jump to offset functionality now supports 64-bit values.
– The Fill bytes option is now enabled when editing disks and drives.
– Hex Workshop occasionally failed to insert data to a new or zero byte file.
– Unnecessary application startup delays were removed when starting without a network connection.
– Users may now copy text from the Results’ Output Window.
– Users may now copy and paste within the toolbar’s goto offset and goto sector text controls.
– Hex Workshop was unable to write license files in some situations.
– User are now forced to overwrite data as opposed to inserting and deleted data when working with fixed length sectors.
– S5 records no longer causes Motorola S-Record imports to fail.
Homepage – http://www.hexworkshop.com
Size: 17.2 MB