Memory forensics


Memory forensics is the process of capturing the running memory of a device and then analyzing the captured output for evidence of malicious software

Its primary application is an investigation of advanced computer attacks which are stealthy enough to avoid leaving data on the computer’s hard drive.

Memory imaging is the process of making a bit-by-bit copy of memory. In principle, it is similar to Disk Imaging. For physical memory, it is common to have sections that are not accessible,

e.g. because of memory-mapped I/O. The resulting copy is stored in a Forensics image format.

What is a memory dump analysis?
A memory dump is a process of taking all information contained in RAM and writing it to a storage drive.

Developers commonly use memory dumps to gather diagnostic information at the time of a crash to help them troubleshoot issues and learn more about the event.

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