A handy and reliable assembler level analyzing debugger worth having when you need to examine and modify program executions, as well as to set breakpoints
It sports a clean interface, and you can easily access its main features directly from the main window. You can drag and drop the applications into the main window, or add them by using the built-in browse function. The program is able to load and debug DLLs on the spot. Moreover, it can trace the program execution and log arguments.
OllyDbg can provide information about the log data (address, message), executable modules (size, entry, name, file version, path), memory map (address, size, owner, access), threads (entry, last error, entry, TIB, priority), and CPU (registers, address). Moreover, it allows users to set conditional, logging, memory and hardware breakpoints.
More experienced users may fiddle with some advanced features, as they can configure the following parameters: code (operands, addresses, dump, strings), and debugging process (events, exceptions, trace). The advanced analysis can help you decode tricky code sequences and extract the number of arguments of unknown functions.
It is also possible to customize its appearance, as you can change the code highlighting scheme, font styles and colors.
In conclusion, OllyDbg proves to be a reliable tool that can debug applications, trace the program execution, and recognize complex code constructs, among many other useful features it provides.
Reviewed by Ana Marculescu, last updated on October 1st, 2013
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What's New in This Release:
- Multi language GUI (experimental, as yet no translation files - please do it by yourself)
- Support for AVS instuctions (as yet no AVS2 and high 16 bytes of YMM registers are not displayed)
- Call stack window (similar to the version 1.10)
- Handles window (similar to the version 1.10)
Application descriptionOllyDbg is a comprehensive and practical assembler analyzing debugger that helps you to set conditional and hardware b...