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A simple tool to dump the memory contents of a process to a binary file.
Here is the description of the PMDump option-line format.
set | [mpm options] | [ppr options] | [psr options] | [ppr options] | [psr options]
The set section is optional, but without it, it’s set of options is read from stdin.
The set options are any/all of the following options.
–executable=path or -e path
The full path and filename of the executable.
–dump-file=path or -o path
The full path and filename of the output file.
–file-compression=path or -f path
The full path of the file to compress data.
This argument is optional, but without it the file compression is done by zlib.
–memdump-file=path or -r path
The full path of the memory dump file.
–current-id=x or -z x
The hex string that specifies the current ID number.
This argument is optional, but without it the memory dump file always has the same ID.
–dump-id=x or -n x
The number to identify the ID string.
This argument is optional, but without it the the current ID is always output as the dump file.
–no-markup=path or -m path
The path of the Markup.html file.
This argument is optional, but without it no markup file is output.
The command arguments are either:
foo foo –foo-bar –foo-baz
| foo |
It requires at least 2 arguments and they are the same:
foo [ options ]
For example, this is valid:
psr u foo –foo-bar –foo-baz
The second argument will be ignored if there are no options
If the argument is a single hyphen (–), then the options follow the arguments.
This is valid:
paul|u -p foo –foo-bar –foo-baz
The — is required for all options.
For example, this is valid:
paul|u -p foo –foo-bar –foo-baz –index –foobar
Specifying the -s option suppresses the marking of the string data at the beginning of the dump.
This is a valid option:

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PMDump Features:

It’s small.

It does not require a window to run.

It can dump memory to a file or to the standard output.

It can dump CPU registers.

It has a “Manual” command line interface that allows you to learn the concepts of memory dump & memory analysis without reading any documentation.

It dumps each stack frame.

It has a command line argument to output all handles to a file.

You can dump in hex, in decimal, or in both.

You can dump only a specific subset of the memory.

The contents of the stack are preserved.

In addition to dumping, PMDump can execute the following operations:

Switch execution context (e.g. thread to thread)

Suspend execution context

Resume execution context

Change to the context of another process

Start execution in a debugger

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A small tool built in C, that let’s you dump the memory contents of a process to a file. It’s designed to be very small and to do little more than dump the memory to a file.

PMDump is a tool that dumps memory to a file. It’s available as a Windows, or Windows NT executable, or as a Unix executable with a Bourne shell, C shell, or forked shell.

There are many ways to get to a dump of a Windows process’s memory. You can use the Windows Task Manager, Windows’ Debuggers, Windows’ Sysinternals tools, or of course, you can also install WinDbg or OllyDbg.

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When you install this tool, you get a Windows executable that does nothing more than dump memory to a file. It’s designed to be very small, so you can include it with your next C program. To install

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* Driver version was updated on August 3, 2011 to address a security vulnerability
in the driver that cannot be fixed without a device driver upgrade. A patch is in the process of being developed.
* Driver version was patched on September 16, 2011 to address a security vulnerability
in the driver that cannot be fixed without a device driver upgrade. A patch is in the process of being developed.

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PMDump is a simple command line utility for dump memory to files. PMDump is very useful for malware reverse engineers because it allows you to dump memory as it is being written to disk. The only requirement is to have a working Linux system that has access to the machine that you want to dump memory to.
PMDump also has a graphical interface which lets you browse memory as you dump it. This is useful if you need to inspect the memory dump.
PMDump is great for malware reverse engineers. It is a useful tool to take a look at the memory contents of a program while it is running.

This tool is used for performance analysis with the intent of reducing the risk to the user through the use of profiling techniques to calculate the optimal performance and minimizing the risks associated with those techniques. It was developed by Sebastiano Pichetto, the author behind RamSpeed and SandboxTool, where the original version of the project was written by Sybren Aukema.

Released as a version 0.8 RAT (see below) at OSCON 2008.
Released as a standalone executable at Defcon 23 by Sebastian Pichetto.
Version 1.0: First official release (code only, no GUI)

This tool requires the following libraries:

BLAS/LIB: Found on most Linux systems.
MPICH/GIFLIB: This is a GNU Library that provides optimized linear algebra routines for Intel MPI.
MPII: This is a GNU Library providing optimized integer math routines for Intel MPI.
OpenMP: This is a library providing tasks that can be used by OpenMP processors to make parallel programs run faster on multi-processor systems.

LPC_FITFT: This is a library created by Ryan’s in-car computer project that allows the use of the specific GPIOP to issue commands to the LPC connector.
LPC_ISDN: This is a minimal header file used by the LPC_FITFT library to access the LPC_ISDN register via the GPIOP’s GET*FITFT commands.

Shared library packages must also be installed:

libc6: This is a C library.
libpthread-stubs1: This is an auxiliary library that provides pthreads stubs, that is, a library that provides a partial implementation

System Requirements For PMDump:

Mac OS X
Minimum: OS X 10.11.3
DirectX 11 (with the latest drivers)
Intel Core 2 Duo, Dual Core or equivalent
3.0 GHz
20 GB free disk space
NVIDIA GeForce 6150 or equivalent
1024 × 768 resolution
DirectX 9.0c
Input devices
A dual-mouse
Broadband Internet connection
High-speed Internet connection for

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