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Is there a hex editor on board windows,

otherwise, is there a hex editor I can download ?

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Question by:Los Angeles1
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nothing on board

but you can get one free


http://mh-nexus.de/en/hxd/
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PSPad includes a hex editor and it can handle very large files.  Watch out for the 'adware' that comes along with the current version.  You'll want to say no to a bunch of things as it asks to install a bunch of programs you don't want or need.  But it is a good editor and I use it almost every day.  http://www.pspad.com/
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Try FreeHexEditor from HHD, it is one of the recommended software to use for Forensic from InfoSec .
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By the way, there is xxd on board, which is not a hex editor, but does provide a hex dump
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