WinHex is a universal hexadecimal editor that can help with computer forensics, data recovery, and IT security. A powerful tool for emergency and everyday use. It can inspect, edit and recover all types of files and lost data from corrupted file systems and digital camera cards.
You may find a file you can't open with standard text editors. In this case, you might need to use a hex editor to open the binary data and locate the information. WinHex, a simple tool that allows you to open binary files and make changes, is an alternative.
Most common file systems supported.
This program features a standard interface, which is a single-window interface that has three main areas. The left and right panels allow you to view files and other details. The middle area allows you to analyze binary data. The application is compatible with many file systems, including FAT12, FAT16, and exFAT. The app also includes a RAM editor, which allows you to view the physical RAM data and the virtual memory of the file you are analyzing.
This program allows you to calculate checksum and hash quickly
The tool can be used to calculate file hashes or checksums. This allows you to see if any file has been modified from its original. In this instance, you will need the checksum and hash for the original file. It is important to mention that the program can display common character standards such as Unicode and ANSI. You will also be pleased to know that binary data can be converted to any of these.
This handy hex editor can be used to recover deleted or damaged files
WinHex, a trusted tool for data recovery, computer security, and computer forensics, is designed. The app can even help you find files linked to crimes or contain valuable information that was accidentally deleted.
X-Ways WinHex Great Features:
Disk editor for hard disks, floppy disks, CD-ROM & DVD, ZIP, Smart Media, Compact Flash, ...
Native support for FAT12/16/32, exFAT, NTFS, Ext2/3/4, Next3®, CDFS, UDF
Built-in interpretation of RAID systems and dynamic disks
Various data recovery techniques
RAM editor, providing access to physical RAM and other processes' virtual memory
Data interpreter, knowing 20 data types.
Editing data structures using templates (e.g., to repair partition table/boot sector)
Concatenating and splitting files, unifying and dividing odd and even bytes/words
Analyzing and comparing files
Particularly flexible search and replace functions.
Disk cloning (under DOS with X-Ways Replica)
Drive images & backups (optionally compressed or split into 650 MB archives)