Dissy is a disassembler for Linux and UNIX which supports multiple architectures and allows easy navigation through the code. It is implemented in Python and uses objdump for disassembling files. It can be used for debugging, reverse engineering and checking compiler-generated code.
d i s s y -h [FILE]
- -t BASE_ADDRESS Set the start address for the disassembled file (.text segment)
-h Display this help and exit
[email protected]cyborg:~$ dissy GUI WILL NOW BE OPENED THEN, YOU HAVE TO SELECT AN "ELF" FILE TO BE DECOMPILED. AFTER THAT,IT AUTOMATICALLY WORKS AND STRINGS ARE SHOWN OFF.