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Write String

Description: Write ASCII string at the current location. If multiple bytes are selected, the string will be written from the start of the selection. Please note, this item won't write a null-terminated nor wide strings. Please see the other items for this features.

Steps: Right click on a byte and select Edit -> Write string

Write Length and String

Description: Write a length prefix followed by ASCII string at the current location. If multiple bytes are selected, the string will be written from the start of the selection. Please note, although similar to BSTR in its concept, this item would not add a null terminator WCHAR at the end of the string.

Steps: Right click on a byte and select Edit -> Write length and string

Write Wide String

Description: Write null-terminated wide string at the current location. If multiple bytes are selected, the string will be written from the start of the selection.

Steps: Right click on a byte and select Edit -> Write wide string

Write Null-Terminated String

Description: Write a null-terminated ASCII string at the current location. If multiple bytes are selected, the string will be written from the start of the selection.

Steps: Right click on a byte and select Edit -> Write zero terminated string

Write Encoded\Decoded Base64 String

Description: Write an encoded or decoded base64 string at the current location. If multiple bytes are selected, the string will be written from the start of the selection.

Steps: Right click on a byte and select Edit -> Write De\Encoded Base64 string . On the dialog that will open choose whether you want to encode a string or decode one.

Write Zeroes

Description: Write null-bytes at the current location. The number of null-bytes is specified by the user. If multiple bytes are selected, the null-bytes will be written from the start of the selection.

Steps: Right click on a byte and select Edit -> Write zeroes. On the dialog that will open, specify how many null-bytes you'd like to write.

Write Random Bytes

Description: Write random bytes at the current location. The number of bytes is specified by the user. If multiple bytes are selected, the null-bytes will be written from the start of the selection.

Steps: Right click on a byte and select Edit -> Write random bytes. On the dialog that will open, specify how many bytes you'd like to write.

Duplicate Bytes From Offset

Description: Duplicate N bytes from an offset to the current location. The number of bytes to duplicated and the offset of origin are specified by the user. If multiple bytes are selected, the bytes will be written from the start of the selection. A preview pane will display the bytes to be copied.

Steps: Right click on a byte and select Edit -> Duplicate from offset. On the dialog that will open, specify the offset from which to copy, and how many bytes to copy.

Increment/Decrement bytes

Description: Increment or decrement Byte, Word, Dword or Qword at the current location. The value to add or subtract from the location is specified by the user. If multiple bytes are selected, the function will apply on the start of the selection.

Steps: Right click on a byte and select Edit -> Increment/Decrement. On the dialog that will open, specify if you'd like to modify a Byte, Word, Dword or Qword, choose the value of the operation, and choose whether you want to increment or decrement.