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  1. Turns out PTRACE_SEIZE is useless when...

    Turns out PTRACE_SEIZE is useless when cheating/hacking, also can't immediately hook the process so must wait until about to read or write to the process vm before hooking it but after stopping the...
  2. Well now it is posted here also: pread & related...

    Well now it is posted here also:
    pread & related hang when I try to read /proc/pid/mem of rpcs3 - Programming - Manjaro Linux Forum
  3. Just occured to me you may want the cheat list...

    Just occured to me you may want the cheat list I'm working with:


    --Dragon Quest Builders
    t = {
    endian = "Big",
    list = {
    { desc = "Days", addr = 18036876676, signed = 2 },
    { desc = "HP...
  4. pread & related hang when I try to read /proc/pid/mem of rpcs3

    I've tried countless times to get it to stop hanging by myself and now I'm done banging my head against the wall, on manjaro cinnamon x64 minimal, using kernel 5.4 LTS. The code I'm using is as...
  5. "malloc(): corrupted top size" is about all I can...

    "malloc(): corrupted top size" is about all I can remember, as you'll note by my edit I fixed it after finding out it meant a lack of space and since the printf etc lacked awareness of string size I...
  6. malloc reports corrupted top under stdout but not stderr

    I used this:


    fprintf(stderr,"%s\n",path);
    fprintf(stdout,"%s\n",path);

    and only on the second line does it report an error, what sort of situations could cause this that you know of?
    Edit:...
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    I resolved it by declaring the use of the cloned...

    I resolved it by declaring the use of the cloned lua repository before including the library, currently I have that declaration in both the compilation stage and the linker stage, not inclined to...
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    Wierd undefined reference

    Trying to implement the first gasp class for lua and it keeps spitting out this one undefined reference, I've tried looking it up but I keep getting more general results related to just adding the...
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    Finally found why I couldn't overwrite it, was on...

    Finally found why I couldn't overwrite it, was on a page without write permissions, will make buffer and copy it to that and try there instead.
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    I managed to avoid specialised functions, one...

    I managed to avoid specialised functions, one problem however is that I seem to be unable to both modify memory and copy own memory, here's what I have for reading and modifying memory (the gasp_*...
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    Self reading/modification

    I managed to get my gasp app working on it's parent process but now I need some help with getting it to access it's own memory (figures that it would be easier to get the parent process memory than...
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    For that in all error scenarios it returns NULL,...

    For that in all error scenarios it returns NULL, only when it did not experience an error does it return the pointer it was given, anyways I finally tracked down the source of the infinite loop after...
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    It is a thing actually, without it things like...

    It is a thing actually, without it things like linux would not have been born because the code would be chaos and noone could understand each others code, I may be a newb to coding styles but I at...
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    Ah you responded before I had a chance to post...

    Ah you responded before I had a chance to post that I realised its not going infinitely, was something else causing the process to hang, was investigating other possibilities I thought of but I will...
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    That co-worker sounds like he had the wrong idea,...

    That co-worker sounds like he had the wrong idea, anyways the only in code optimizations I make are simple ones that can be understood at a glance by any coder with decent knowledge of C, would not...
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    It's never fruitless, and I'm not talking small...

    It's never fruitless, and I'm not talking small functions the compiler can easily track everything and optimize, I'm talking largish or larger functions like proc_notice_info(), anyways it's how I...
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    Lol, I already changed to that in code cause the...

    Lol, I already changed to that in code cause the plus didn't sit well with me, I just didn't bother posting it as it wasn't relevant to the
    now fixed problem, so in answer, yes I have considered it...
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    Got spotty issues with read/write of memory but...

    Got spotty issues with read/write of memory but I'll post about that 2mw if need be, right now I just wanna pose a question related to proc_notice_info(), I can't see how to stop this from happening:...
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    I used it that way because it provides the...

    I used it that way because it provides the strongest indication to the compiler that that particular assignment and comparison can be optimized so that size need only be stored to, the comparison can...
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    Found it! Or rather both of the reasons why I was...

    Found it! Or rather both of the reasons why I was getting no results, the 1st one was at the bottom of proc_notice_info(), I had switched to using additional variables to identify key & value pairs...
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    Prepare to be shocked then... cause it does :)

    Prepare to be shocked then... cause it does :)
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    Oh wow, I watch a vid or 2 and come back to find...

    Oh wow, I watch a vid or 2 and come back to find my thread far busier than expected XD
    Glad to see at least 1 person understood the assignment was intentional though :)
    Still I wish I could figure...
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    Whoops just realised I forgot to change the && to...

    Whoops just realised I forgot to change the && to on this line:


    if ( ent->d_name[0] < '0' && ent->d_name[0] > '9' )
    continue;

    Didn't resolve my problem of not finding itself but did resolve...
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    Still running into the same issue, somehow every...

    Still running into the same issue, somehow every ID I iterate through is 0, I'll post the change here plus the function that fills the list, tried making it more "readable" though if I'm honest I...
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    Ah that's what peops were refering to when they...

    Ah that's what peops were refering to when they say unreadable, I'll try to fix that then, as for the invalidated bit I guess that makes sense I'll switch to an ID list then, still fits with the...
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