Need someone to disassemble a code

maxfourier

Joined Aug 7, 2011
16
Can someone plz disassemble and send me the asm code for the hex:

:100AE6004C41544954554445004C4F4E4749545582
:030AF60044450074
:0C0B1900065024475047474102080000E6
:080A6600C291D2927F017E00D3
:100A6E00E4FDFCC3ED9FEC9E5015E4FBFA0BBB00BE
:0F0A7E00010ABA04F8BBFBF50DBD00010C80E4C2
:010A8D002246
:070AF9007F01120B007F8456
:0A0B00008FA0C290120A66C2922272
:050B0A002569F8E6FF7B
:0A0B0F008FA0D290120A66C2922253
:0609DA008B6A8A6B896C38
:1009E000E4F56DF56EAB6AAA6BA96C856E82856DB8
:1009F00083120A39FF6014120B0F056EE56E700248
:0B0A0000056D7F0A7E00120A6E80DA8E
:010A0B0022C8
:0C0B2600758920758DFA759850D28E22CA
:100A8E00E4FFFEFDFC740A2DF8E6B42C0DAB050F49
:100A9E00EF70010E142459F8A6030DBD00010CEDE4
:050AAE0064464C70E0FD
:010AB3002220
:050AE1000975A8902238
:030023000209913E
:10099100C0E0C0D075D000C000C006C0070509E5A1
:1009A100097002050814240AF8A699C3E5099407F9
:1009B100E50894005016AF09744F2FF8E6FE74094C
:1009C1002FF8E66E6006750800750900C298D00719
:0909D100D006D000D0D0D0E032F5
:100A0C007F40120B007F0A120B0F7F11120B0F7F0E
:100A1C0011120B0F7F0A120B0FE4FF120B0FE4FFE6
:0D0A2C00120B0FE4FF120B0FE4FF020B0F83
:10080000AF5AEF3395E0F5688F69120A0C120AF9B6
:100810007BFF7A0A79E61209DA7FC0120B00740BAB
:100820002569F8E6FF120B0F740C2569F8E6FF1234
:100830000B0FE4FF120B0F740D2569F8E6FF120B86
:100840000F740E2569F8E6FF120B0F740F2569F877
:10085000E6FF120B0F74102569F8E6FF120B0F74F8
:10086000112569F8E6FF120B0F74122569F8E6FFEF
:10087000120B0F74132569F8E6FF120B0F7F271276
:100880000B0F74142569F8E6FF120B0F7415256918
:0D089000F8E6FF120B0F7FFA7E00020A6EE1
:10092900AF5CEF3395E0F5688F69120AF97BFF7ABE
:100939000A79EF1209DA7FC0120B00740B120B0A45
:10094900740C120B0A740D120B0AE4FF120B0F74CC
:100959000E120B0A740F120B0A7410120B0A74117F
:10096900120B0A7412120B0A7413120B0A74141262
:100979000B0A7F27120B0F7415120B0A7416120B30
:080989000A7FFA7E00020A6EEB
:100AB400120B267F38120B007F0E120B0075A890C4
:0300000002089D56
:0C089D00787FE4F6D8FD75816E0208E457
:100A3900BB010CE58229F582E5833AF583E0225072
:100A490006E92582F8E622BBFE06E92582F8E222BC
:0D0A5900E58229F582E5833AF583E49322D6
:1008A900020AB4E493A3F8E493A34003F68001F2A7
:1008B90008DFF48029E493A3F85407240CC8C33350
:1008C900C4540F4420C8834004F456800146F6DF1F
:1008D900E4800B0102040810204080900B19E47E8B
:1008E900019360BCA3FF543F30E509541FFEE49314
:1008F900A360010ECF54C025E060A840B8E493A3DB
:10090900FAE493A3F8E493A3C8C582C8CAC583CA05
:010B250000CF
:00000001FF

MrChips

Joined Oct 2, 2009
22,102
You're not giving us much help here. You need to tell us which microprocessor is the target.

DumboFixer

Joined Feb 10, 2009
217
Another thing to consider is the source of the code. If this was read from a commercial device then it could be subject to copyright which often states you are not allowed to "decompile or disassemble" the code.

Just my $0.02 worth. Yako Joined Nov 24, 2011 245 Another thing to consider is the source of the code. If this was read from a commercial device then it could be subject to copyright which often states you are not allowed to "decompile or disassemble" the code. Just my$0.02 worth.
Totally agree.

You can actually provide some top protection for any work that you do for flash-based MCUs. It is called a suicide technique, whereas if the MCU detects that its trying to be read (its program pin changing state) -- then it self erases its flash memory.

Cool huh?