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Old 06-22-2016, 19:59
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NativeDumper

NativeDumper:
Native module dumper, just select a process
do right mouse click and choose "Dump main module"
or "Modules" to enumerate modules, select target module,
do right mouse click an choose "Dump".

Advantage over other dumpers:
- Small dump file size ( with default dumping options
more exactly with "Fix Raw" option unchecked (off).

NativeDumper .zip (binary)
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NativeDumper(Src).zip (source code Visual C++) attached.
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Process Dump v1.4
Copyright й 2015, Geoff McDonald
http://www.split-code.com/

Process Dump (pd.exe) is a tool used to dump both 32 and 64 bit executable modules back to disk from memory within a process address space. This tool is able to find and dump hidden modules, and it uses a clean hash database to exclude dumping of known clean files. This tool uses an aggressive import reconstruction approach that links all DWORD/QWORDs that point to an export in the process to the corresponding export function.
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also we can use

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Process Dump v1.4
Copyright й 2015, Geoff McDonald
http://www.split-code.com/

...
Now actually v1.5 is available...

Direct download link of compiled v1.5 :

http://split-code.com/files/pd_latest.zip
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New options:
"Round raw size" - Not actually necessary, will round raw size of sections to FileAlignment
"Current EIP" to change the EntryPoint - you should stop at old entry point with Olly or other debugger,

"Sections info from" Memory or File.

Raw options:
"Original raw" - don't make any change to raws (raw address and raw size) of sections, note that this will fail for 99% of packers/protectors
Good for application virtualizators like Spoon Studio to get original untoched module from memory.
"RAW=VA" - set RAW address = Virtual Address and RAW Size = Virtual size of section, using this option you will have working dumps but a bit larger dumps.
"Calculate raw" - preferable option, will try to recalculate raw addresses and raw sizes.
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