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MUltimate Assembler

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RaMMicHaeL
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MUltimate Assembler

Post by RaMMicHaeL »

MUltimate Assembler v1.2
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Hello :)

Here is a multiline (dis)assembler, which supports labels and data (C-style string).
A perfect tool for writing code caves and stuff.

Enjoy!
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deroko
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Post by deroko »

looks very interesting and useful :)
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Garrett
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Post by Garrett »

Your assembler is quite nice, but I usually use NASM or FASM for writing patches longer than a few lines and adjust the offsets afterwards. I also like these two to patch old programs since Ollydbg doesn´t support 16 Bit instructions.
MASM sucks for writing patches since it´s to much a HLL and always outputs a .exe
RaMMicHaeL
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Post by RaMMicHaeL »

I use Olly or Visual C to write code.
That's why I wrote this plugin - inserting one command in the middle can take a long time with Olly.

And Visual C, with some tricks of inline asm and LoadLibrary/GetProcAddress stuff, allows you to write nifty functions, which can be easily ripped off the exe to another place, without the need for fixes. Quite handy for shellcodes.
RaMMicHaeL
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Post by RaMMicHaeL »

Updated to version 0.3!

What's new:
- Disassembles external jumps and calls.
- Added an options dialog.
- Fixes a couple of crashes.
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