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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BreakPoint Software, Inc.
Home of Hex Workshop, a hexadecimal editor, sector editor, base converter, and bit manipulator). [Commercial]
An advanced hex editor and disassembler. News, support and related products such as language packs, plugins and add-ins. [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 MZ, PE and LE file formats including code analyzer. For Windows and Unix.
Easy to use hex editor written for Unix/Linux using ncurses, with a friendly pico-style interface. [Open Source]
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