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Questions tagged [processhacker]

ProcessHacker is a Windows multi-purpose tool that helps you monitor system resources, debug software and detect malware.

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How can third party software show their window on a “secure desktop”?

I'm trying to see how these commercial password managers seem to show their dialog window on what they claim to be a "Secure desktop". Here's one: Then if you click its "Unlock on Secure Desktop" ...
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possible to get reference assembly address in file for special memory address?

Hello I try to learn reverse engineering, so i use from process hacker to view dynamic strings in the process's memory... (more info) i get something like this : Address Length Result --------------...
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How to simulate responses from the file system

I have a program that checks a lot of local files. When the program runs I want it to use the local files as normal, but during the loading of the program I'd like it to check for details of files ...
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Why is ASLR not activated though IMAGE_DLLCHARACTERISTICS_DYNAMIC_BASE is set?

Even a minimal console Delphi program that has IMAGE_DLLCHARACTERISTICS_DYNAMIC_BASE set in its PE image does not use ASLR. GetProcessMitigationPolicy() returns a PROCESS_MITIGATION_ASLR_POLICY of 0. ...
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Re-engineering to create UML Diagrams from Source and Binary

Are there tools that would create: UML Structural Diagrams from Source Code. UML Behavioral Diagrams from Binary executing on a arm / x86 system. Sources would be in C &/ C++ &/ Python. ...
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How to interpret entries from Exports tab in ProcessHacker

I use ProcessHacker version 2.33 to inspect the functions which are exported by DLLs in running processes. In the screen-shot below you can see a few exported functions from a C++ application, along ...