If you are conversant with programming, you would know about low-level programming languages. These types of language are required to translate codes from the program to binaries which a computing machine can understand. It schools. These languages are used to demonstrate the procedures involved in machine code instruction.
This is an application that disassembles a machine language and translates it back into an assembling language. This type of application is perfect for those who are interested in reverse engineering, i.e., analyze code snippets to see how they function.
This application enables the user to open various types of executable files such as as.EXE, .386, DRV,.FON,.MPD, .OCX,.COM,.CPL,.DLL, ..VBX and .vxd files to study their code. Furthermore, the user can save the disassembled text documents to a project folder, attach an active 32-bit process to the debugger and load the 32-bit disassembled executable file into the process.
Add on features that enhance user experience with this application include the text search function, set the disassembly listing at the current instruction pointer, and enabling a break on load and unload DLL, thread creation, and exit
W32DASM is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in debuggers / decompilers category and is available to all software users as a free download.