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Old 06-20-2010, 20:43
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WinDbg has a large learning curve, and lacks many small features e.g. saving breakpoints between sessions.

IDA as a disasm, yes. As a debugger, no thanks...

Everyone has difference of preference, yet I think it fair(imo) to say both are sub-par when compared to OllyDbg.

Hopefully the OllyDbg64 comes with post haste.


Originally Posted by Git View Post
Lack of 64bit debugger?. Why do you think that?. Both IDA64 debugger and Microsoft Windbg (Debugging Tools for Windows) work just fine and I would be surprised if there are not others too.

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