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HexToolkit

This is a very useful hex viewer/editor which can view any file and has some handy features which make it easier to reverse engineer binary file formats.


Screen capture of HexToolkit 2.22 (June 2011)

Features

For a diagram of these features click here

You can leave feedback or discussion on the HexToolkit forum. Updates are also reported here.

Available on the Windows Store for Windows 10, or manually.

You can watch a video showing how to use HexToolkit on YouTube

Suggestion: Using Windows explorer browse to C:\Documents and Settings\xxx\SendTo (where xxx is your username) and right-click to add a new shortcut. Set the shortcut to point to HexToolkit.exe. Now whenever you're browsing and you want to view a file in Hex Toolkit, just right-click on the file and choose SendTo -> HexToolkit. Click here for a picture of how this works.

See also: binsieve, a command line tool for automatically revealing the data in a binary file.

Related: Hex/Dec Calculator for Android

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