[sdiy] Analysis of the TB-303 CPU timing
cheater00 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 22 12:52:37 CET 2017
A 4-bit program with less than 4000 commands might not need a huge
disassembler like IDA, but it can help.
On Wed, 22 Mar 2017 05:27 charlie wallace, <charlie at finitemonkeys.com>
> ida starts at just under $600 for the standard version , then next up
> about $1100, and then to about $15K for everything (all platforms),
> it's the most complete/best out there at the moment and has been for
> 10+ years, its pretty much the go to RE tool.
> capstone engine is worth a look but much fewer processors supported,
> mostly more modern ones.
> On Tue, Mar 21, 2017 at 3:36 PM, Neil Johnson <neil.johnson71 at gmail.com>
> > MTG wrote:
> >> Isn't the IDA thing $$$ for anything but x86? I know it's quite famous
> >> hacking and such (Amazon has books on how to use it for a variety of,
> >> things).
> > Yes, I believe around $500.
> > In my travels in the land of disassemblers I also found this:
> > http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/pclare/DASMx/
> > It only runs on Windows and I've not tried it but it seems to have
> > wide CPU support.
> > Neil
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