Program to locate and modify a variable in a running process
Scanmem is a simple interactive debugging utility for Linux, used to locate
the address of a variable in a running process. This can be used for the
analysis or modification of a hostile process on a compromised machine, for
reverse engineering, or as a "pokefinder" to cheat at video games.
$Id: README,v 1.5 2007-06-05 19:58:02+01 taviso Exp $
scanmem is a debugging utility designed to isolate the address of an arbitrary
variable in an executing process. scanmem simply needs to be told the pid of
the process, and the value of the variable at several different times.
After several scans of the process, scanmem isolates the position of the
variable and allows yo
$Id: NEWS,v 1.3 2007-06-05 02:15:05+01 taviso Exp $
|Version 0.07, 5th June 2007
* Performance improvements for initial scan by using /proc/pid/mem interface.
* Could miss misaligned variables close to page boundaries, fixed.
* Miscellaneous bugfixes.
* Improved dregion command.
* Autotooled build.
* Began work on dejagnu testsuite.
scanmem - locate and modify a variable in an executing
scanmem [--version] [--help] [--backend] target-program-pid
scanmem is an interactive debugging utility that can be used
to isolate the address of a variable in an executing process
scanmem (0.11-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix build on Debian-kfreebsd* (Closes: #5784
2010-05-16 Wang Lu <coolwanglu(a)gmail.com>
* Fix build on FreeBSD
* Bug fix: freezing when scanni
* use PT_IO on freebsd, instead of PT_READ/WRITE_D
* optimize `if (xxx ==
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