This is an editor of hex data.
There are many situations; in programming and debug in particular that one needs to look at bit and byte level data. It becomes necessary to edit that data sometimes. Thus one of the prime requirements for an editor of such detailed data is the capability to display the data in hexadecimal format and group and display the data in visually efficient format. Bin-hex and Base-64 formats conversions are available. Raw bytes can be converted into their hexadecimal, decimal, octal, or binary codes stored as ASCII text and vice-verse. A built-in base converter helps freely convert between binary, octal, decimal, and hexadecimal. You could treat any sequence of bytes as a number too. It is possible to replace, insert, delete, copy, move, reverse, and otherwise modify bytes and bits in multiple files. Search is quite flexible and search with replace supports wildcard bytes and match selections.
Several bit level logical operations are possible. Bitwise operations on specified bytes with bitmasks and operators like NOT, AND, OR, XOR, NAND, NOR, XNOR, etc. are available. Hash calculation feature is available. MD5, SHA1, SHA2, RIPE-MD hashes and CRC checksums for whole files or specified bytes are possible. The program can process a batch of files at a time and thus can save you a lot of hassles and help gain productivity at the same time. Several available modes include manual, automatic/continuous, triggered/scheduled, or console modes, or directly from Windows Explorer right-click menu. This has a simple interface and is quite intuitive. Users will be able to figure out what to do and how to do it. This is a very good product. If you are looking for a similar solution, this is a good candidate for a trial in your exact set up.