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    Reading memory of current process

    I would like to read the memory of a current process.

    But since the "Memory - Private Working Set" (value in task manager) is always changing how to know the size of memory to scan?
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    I haven't looked much into it myself, but this link may be of use to you:
    Performing a hex dump of another process's memory - CodeProject
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    Thanks Greaper, Ill look into this!
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    On this forum, we generally don't like to answer questions of this type, due to the fact that this sort of activity is often associated with hacking/cracking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkvis View Post
    On this forum, we generally don't like to answer questions of this type, due to the fact that this sort of activity is often associated with hacking/cracking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducky View Post
    I would like to read the memory of a current process.

    But since the "Memory - Private Working Set" (value in task manager) is always changing how to know the size of memory to scan?
    You don't. Even if its size never changed, how would you know what addresses to read, hmm?
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