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How to search the memory?

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Skrip

Is it possible to search the memory of a game or program, with autoit?


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DW1

Yes it is, you can search (read) as well as write with nomad memory UDF or even the built in mem.udf, but I think most users prefer NomadMemory.UDF

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Skrip

I know, but you can't search for a value, and find the pointers, right?


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DW1

you can search for a value if you just put the reads in a loop. To find a pointer you would just be searching for an address, or a range of addresses that can equal the actual address with an offset.

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DW1

The problem I am running into right now though is finding the start and end addresses of a process so that we do not have to search all of the memory when we really just need to search the one process.

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