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a good memory viewer

Posted on 2014-02-18
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Hi

Anyone have suggestions as to a good memory viewer. I can provide address ranges
but the viewer must spot values of my choice.

Quick memory editor does not work for me and the memory pane in visual studio  is limited (cannot search)


thanks!
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I've not used it, but a colleague of mine was banging on about it the other day when we were talking about or favorite dissemblers. Mine is IDA, but that's not free. This is and, apparently, pretty good value for the price. YMMV.

http://www.ollydbg.de/

This is not a recommendation so much as a suggestion based on my colleague s enthusiasm :)
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...otherwise, I'd recommend WinDBG (which I do use). It has a bit of a steep learning curve but there isn't (IMHO) a better [free] too out there!

http://windbg.org/

"Viewing and Editing Memory in WinDbg"
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff552184(v=vs.85).aspx

Of course, whether it'll meet your exact requirements is something for you to decide.

I hope both these suggestions help.
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not exactly  what i was looking for, but good to know
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