Access another process's memoy with a twist

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    Question Access another process's memoy with a twist

    I have been looking for a mothode for a while now that would allow me to access another process's memory without causing it to freeze. But with all of my googling I have found nothing :-(
    so, my question is: Is there a way to not lock a process while accessing it's "/proc/[PID]/mem" interface?

    Thanks!

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