Read/Dump memory (RAM) of process in VB, C++, or Delphi
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We need a Visual Basic 6.0 function (or C++ or Delphi .dll that can be imported by VB6) that will dump the memory of a process given the process ID to a file. The function should dump the entire memory (primary, variable, and main .exe file as well) to either the same file or seperate files.
Function may look something like:
DumpProcess("1028", "[url removed, login to view]")
If it only works on NT based systems, that is OK (meaning it is different and too hard to get code for this on 95/98/ME). We will give a $25 bonus if the code can do this to processes on windows XP (and many for NT/2000) that are not on the Administrator account (say you are logged in on user "Test" and the user "Administrator" is also logged in, we will pay the bonus if the function can dump say, [url removed, login to view] or other process not accessable on user "Test".
The program at <[url removed, login to view]> has a tool that does something similar to what we need: <[url removed, login to view]>
The primary (or variable) memory of a process can be very large, so a range can be specified to dump in the DumpProc function, say from byte "162763" to byte "596210"
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