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010 Editor
Developer(s) Sweetscape Software</td></tr>
Stable release 3.0.5</td></tr>
Development status Active</td></tr>
Operating system Windows</td></tr>
Type Hex editor</td></tr>
License Proprietary Software</td></tr>
Website

http://www.sweetscape.com/010editor/</td></tr> </table>

010 Editor is a proprietary hex editor program for Windows, produced by Sweetscape Software, Canada.[1][2]

As well as providing features common to almost all hex editors, 010 Editor contains many tools for advanced[citation needed] editing and analysis[citation needed] of binary files.[citation needed] These include:

  • Stored templates, with a syntax similar to C data structures, which can be used to display binary data organised into records subdivided into fields with interpreted data.[3]
  • File comparison features[4]
  • Calculation and checking of checksums and hashes
  • Scripting facilities (in C-style syntax), for automated analysis and editing of files.
  • Capability to edit very large files.
  • Conversion between various binary formats, and export to formatted-text files.
  • Graphical analysis of file contents.
  • Command-line automation.
  • [citation needed]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Walter Bell, Reverse Engineering, http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=gIUMrHKIdE0C 
  2. Joel Scambray, Stuart McClure, Hacking exposed: Windows, http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=-bkRryv377QC 
  3. Conti, Gregory; Erik Dean, Matthew Sinda, Benjamin Sangster (2008), "Visual Reverse Engineering of Binary and Data Files", in Goodall, John R.; Conti, Gregory; Kwan-Liu Ma, Visualization for computer security: 5th international workshop, VizSec 2008, Cambridge, MA, USA, September 15, 2008 : proceedings, Lecture notes in computer science, 5210, Springer, p. 1-17, ISBN 9783540859314, http://books.google.com/books?id=9OGxkW9HwxYC, retrieved 2010-06-11, "The 010 editor also includes binary templates which parse popular binary file formats into their associated variables and data structures." 
  4. Conti, Gregory; Erik Dean, Matthew Sinda, Benjamin Sangster (2008), "Visual Reverse Engineering of Binary and Data Files", in Goodall, John R.; Conti, Gregory; Kwan-Liu Ma, Visualization for computer security: 5th international workshop, VizSec 2008, Cambridge, MA, USA, September 15, 2008 : proceedings, Lecture notes in computer science, 5210, Springer, p. 1-17, ISBN 9783540859314, http://books.google.com/books?id=9OGxkW9HwxYC, retrieved 2010-06-11, "[...] Eick's Seesoft technique to provide context when comparing two files [...] The 010 editor also uses a similar combined text and Seesoft-like view technique." 

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