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  1. Ian Seyler says:

    I got an error while trying to disassemble the BareMetal OS kernel that I uploaded. x86-64 was used.

  2. Christian says:

    Great Initiative! I look forward to updates!

    Also! Mayby it’s good to display the assembly in chucks so not everything has to be displayed at once.(This makes it a bit laggy:P)

    Good luck!

  3. gage says:

    I can not download the code after disassamble.
    It must be a bug.
    In live mode: i can not copy the disassamble code
    In file mode: the downloaded disassamble is always empty.

  4. admin says:

    Hi, thanks for reporting the issues. We just deployed a new version, and we will be working through these kinds of issues over the next few days. Please let us know if you encounter other problems. Best!


  5. RB says:

    Great tool. I already caught some bugs in my own 68k disassembler using ODA :)

    Bug report: File size seems to be measured after base64-encoding; I tried to upload a 128kB binary and it gives me an error telling that the maximum file size is 256kB. This is a bit unexpected.

    Question: Do you plan on providing a download pack for integration in own webservers or some sort of SDK so that users can provide additional CPUs and/or analysis features?

  6. admin says:

    Dr. Buchty,

    Thanks for your feedback. We’ll look into the file size limit issue you mentioned. Some day, we’d like to remove the file size limit completely, but first we need to come up with a way to cover the server costs. Yes, we’d love to provide some kind of SDK so that users can extend ODA. We’d also like to expose a Python scripting interface for custom analysis. Stay tuned!



  7. Harry says:

    How about posting a bit about the people about this site?

  8. Microwave89 says:

    Amazing idea and awesome realization!
    I’m using your disassembler mainly for x86-64 shellcode I assembled some when before but I’m later missing the correct asm source for (for various reasons).

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