Injecting modules into exeDSP

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Re: Injecting modules into exeDSP

Post by nbd » Thu Nov 11, 2010 3:08 pm

The pid of son (son of a pid! :D sorry couldn't resist) should show the parent pid when you look at it with ps -ef. I guess the parent has pid 1 as parent.

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Re: Injecting modules into exeDSP

Post by nostromo1983 » Mon Nov 22, 2010 1:46 pm

I was just wondering, i've tested injectso with chaninfo and it seems working, but i don't see the module as loaded into the exeDSP add space. I mean if i do cat /proc/`pidof exeDSP`/maps, i cant see the injected module. On the opposite side, when i inject the module using the gdb trick, i can see it's loaded using the same command to see maps of the process. Why this? Is this normal, by design?
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Re: Injecting modules into exeDSP

Post by erdem_ua » Mon Nov 22, 2010 4:35 pm

nostromo1983 wrote:I was just wondering, i've tested injectso with chaninfo and it seems working, but i don't see the module as loaded into the exeDSP add space. I mean if i do cat /proc/`pidof exeDSP`/maps, i cant see the injected module. On the opposite side, when i inject the module using the gdb trick, i can see it's loaded using the same command to see maps of the process. Why this? Is this normal, by design?
Good point. I wonder it now.

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