Post Memory Corruption Memory Analysis

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PMCMA - Post Memory Corruption Memory Analysis

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Pmcma is a tool aimed at automating the most time consuming taskes of exploitation. It for instance determine why an application is triggering a segmentention fault, evaluate if the faulting instruction can be used to write to memory or execute arbitrary code, and list all the function pointers potentially called from a given point in time by an application.

Pmcma is a totally new kind of debugger, which allows for easy experimentation with a process in memory by forcing it to fork. The exact replicas of the process created in memory can then be intrumented while keeping the properties (eg: state of variables, ASLR, permissions...) of the original process.

Pmcma is an easily extensible framework available under the Apache 2.0 license from http://www.pmcma.org/ .

Those techniques are implemented in the form of a proof of concept tool available under the Apache 2.0 license at : http://www.pmcma.org/ .

Also visit http://www.toucan-system.com/ for updates on the whitepaper.

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License

Apache License V2.0

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  • saramills
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    Pmcma works fine.

    Posted 06/21/2013
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    Great project!

    Posted 03/18/2012
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Intended Audience

Security

Programming Language

Assembly, C

Registered

2012-01-10
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