On Windows, I can use tools like Process Explorer and Process Hacker to view in-memory strings generated at runtime of a given process. How can I accomplish this same task on Ubuntu?
Another way to read a process's memory in Linux isto read the psaudo-file
/proc/<PID>/mem, which provides raw access to the memory space, as seen by the process, at offsets retrieved from
/proc/<PID>/maps, which provides information about how the memory is laid out.