Borg is a lightweight Windows application whose purpose is to helps you disassembleWin32 PE files into code or binary data. It comes in handy for all users who perform reverse engineering operations, or need to exploit code.
Since this is a portable program, it is important to mention that it doesn’t leave any traces in the Windows Registry. You can copy it on any USB flash drive or other devices, and take it with you whenever you to need to perform disassembling operations on the breeze.
Borg sports a clean and straightforward layout that gives users the possibility to add files to the list by using the built-in function, so you cannot rely on the “drag and drop” support.
The program offers support for the following file types: EXE, DLL, or COM, and lets you select the opening mode, namely PE or DOS mode, or binary data.
Other important mentions worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to set up the code parameters, opt for 8/16 or 32-bit disassembly operations, as well as load resource, data and debug objects.
Last but not least, you are allowed to insert comments, jump to the selected address, perform search operations, view segments, lines, imported and exported items, as well as customize the look of the application by selecting a background and text color and picking a font style.
During our testing we have noticed that Borg carries out a task very quickly, and no errors showed up throughout the entire process.
As it would be expected from such a small utility, it manages to remain light on the system resources, so it doesn’t burden the overall performance of the computer, nor interfere with other programs’ functionality.
To sum things up, Borg offers a handy set of features for helping you perform disassembling operations.