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Old 03-31-2019, 06:27
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Olldbg beyond v2.01 ?

Hi all,

has there been any updates to OllyDbg from 2.01 ? Thats 6 yrs and a great prog, so hoping its still the best option ?

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Old 03-31-2019, 07:06
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The author was working on an x64 version as stated in his last website update from 2014, but still has a lot of work to do to get analysis working properly. I also feel that the author doesn't view this project with a huge sense of urgency with the arrival of Mr. Exodia's x64dbg. Whether or not he'll continue to develop an x64 ollydbg remains a mystery, but I think most of us are pessimistic that it will happen.
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Old 03-31-2019, 07:42
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x64dbg is pretty much good for most tasks. However we also have WinDbg, Visual Studio or IDA Pro's debugger or even Binary Ninja with Snare's Binjatron plugin that connects Binary Ninja to Voltron which itself is a front-end for a variety of debuggers (GDB, LLDB, WinDbg and VDB).

Furthermore you can check out Nanomite, BugDbg, FDBG, VisualDux, Evan's Debugger (EDB)
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http://code.google.com/p/edb-debugger/
, WinAppDbg
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http://winappdbg.sourceforge.net/
, Vivisect
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http://visi.kenshoto.com/viki/MainPage
, etc and so on though none of them are probably as good.
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Which among them is best(in terms of User interface and experience), any suggestion?
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If you want some olly-like experience, you should go for x64dbg.
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Which among them is best(in terms of User interface and experience), any suggestion?
'Best' is subjective and an opinion based thing to answer. Each tool offers its own set of features, expansion and so on. It comes down to personal taste and what kind of features you need/use to decide which will be 'best' for you specifically.

Some people prefer a more CLI approach like Softice was, while others prefer a UI experience.

Like QuakeGamer pointed out, if you are looking for an OllyDbg "replacement" go with x64dbg as it is very similar with a lot more features. (And supports both 32bit and 64bit.)

If you want something more old school / traditional in a command line sense, check out WinDbg.

Outside of that, you'd have to compare the features of the other various debuggers out there to find one that suites your needs. Some have various file support for certain architectures that may be of your needs while others will have basic features and offer nothing more. You could also check out more enhanced tools that offer a lot of different tools in one such as IDA.
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