Questions tagged [memory]

Part of the computer used to store data and code. Can refer to questions about, both, live memory investigation and ROM investigation.

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Memory forensics: disabled pagefile but still not everything in memory

I'm doing memory forensics with volatility and pefile on Windows XP SP2 memory dumps. I run windows in a VirtualBox VM and aquire the dumps with vboxmanage debugvm dumpguestcore --filename dump....
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Grouping functions based on their placement/order in the binary

Can I group functions based on their place in the binary? Can I assume functions next to each othe belong to the same logical group, or at least they have similar functionality? I suspect that the ...
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Automatic function naming

I'ld like to know how to bulk rename functions in IDA, based on some condition. Example: Rename all functions to Foo_XYZ where the function accesses a certain static variable, for example : ...
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Weird instructions

In fuzzing (with Pintool) to get examining execution traces of the program, here it is wget. I get some weird instructions, following is a piece extracted from a (very long) trace: RIP register ...
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Differences in memory dumps of executable data

I'm comparing memory dumps in python with diStorm and volatility and try to analyze for given MemoryDumps (the 'dump' and the 'truth') whenever or not there was process injection. Mainly I try to ...
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How to predict address space layout differences between real and gdb-controlled executions?

It's something that puzzle me for a long time. I can observe that there is a difference between the real execution of a program and the gdb-controlled one. But, here is an example: First, here is ...
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Paste hex bytes into IDA Pro Hex View

Is it possible to paste a series of bytes into hex view of IDA? Say I have a large buffer I need to fill with a specific value, and I have it in the form most hex editors output... 0A AB EF FF 00 01......
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What does this memory pattern pointing from the thread-local storage mean?

An application I am currently looking add is using Threads and accessing something via the thread-local storage. It is compiled with Visual C++ (probably 6.0). First question would be, where can I ...

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