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Medusa - Disassembler Alternatives

Medusa - Disassembler is described as 'Medusa is a disassembler designed to be both modular and interactive. It runs on Windows and Linux, it should be the same on OSX. This project is organized as a library. To disassemble a file you have to use medusa_text or qMedusa' and is an app in the development category. There are three alternatives to Medusa - Disassembler for Windows, BSD, Cygwin, Linux and Mac. The best alternative is OllyDbg, which is free. Other great apps like Medusa - Disassembler are GNU Project Debugger and PEBrowseDbg64 Interactive.

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  • FreeOpen Source
  • Windows
  • Linux

Medusa is a disassembler designed to be both modular and interactive. It runs on Windows and Linux, it should be the same...

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    OllyDbg

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    OllyDbg is a 32-bit assembler level analysing debugger. Emphasis on binary code analysis makes it particularly useful in cases where source is unavailable.

    Discontinued

    The program is no longer updated. Last version, 2.01, released in September 2013, can be still downloaded from the official website.

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    GNU Project Debugger

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • BSD
    • Cygwin

    GNU Project Debugger, or gdb, is a command-line, source-level debugger for programs that were written in C, C++, D, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, Pascal, assembly, Modula-2, or Ada and compiled for any of a number of different target architectures including x86, x86-64, IA-64...

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  3. PEBrowseDbg64 Interactive icon

    PEBrowseDbg64 Interactive

    • Free PersonalProprietary
    • Windows

    A very powerful, versatile, and customizable Win32/Win64 user mode debugger/disassembler. PEBrowseDbg64 Interactive is not a source code debugger, but operates at the Intel x64 instruction level and therefore at the lowest level where your program executes.

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