memgrep is a tool to search, replace, or dump arbitrary memory from running applications and core files. Potential applications for memgrep include reverse engineering, debugging, and vulnerability assessment.
|Tags||Software Development Debuggers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: New features have been added for enumerating a process's heap and creating an address reference tree. A format can now be specified for outputting memory when dumping. Binary section determination code has been improved and support has been added for a "text" keyword.
Release Notes: This release adds initial FreeBSD and Solaris support (which has only been tested on SPARC).
Release Notes: This release updates the Makefile to create a static library as well as a dynamic library.
Release Notes: This release adds more robust support for using memgrep as a library rather than a commandline tool, documentation, segment listing support, and an example.
No changes have been submitted for this release.