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VirtualAlloxEx ReadProcessMemory WriteProcessMemory

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Process1 reads data to memory and places pointers on a list and remains open

Process 2 needs to access the data from process 1.

Is it possible to save the pointers only of data in a process so the next process can access the data without re-reading the data into a buffer?  I dont want to re-read the data in memory of process1 back into memory again in process2 as that defeats the object, I just want access.

 I had a great post answered yesterday from subn0wa


but Im stuck again on whether the above can be done?

If it can could someone provide me with an example?  Thanks
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