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#1170 Extract from Memory in Command Line
Date created:
Type: feature
Visibility: Everybody
Assigned to: developer honfika
Labels: CommandlineExport
State: upgraded Help

The GUI has a nice interface for extracting SWF files from memory. There's also an "extract" command that will work for a file that is saved on the disk. However, there doesn't seem to be a way to extract from memory from the command line. It would be nice if the extract command had a flag to mark that it should search for the passed-in exe name as a running process, and extract from there. Alternatively, passing the process ID itself would work for my particular situation.
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Assigned:developer honfika
developer
Implemented, please try the latest nighly. Usage: 1) -memorySearch (<processName1>|<processId1>) (<processName2>|<processId2>)... ...Search SWF files in the memory for example: ffdec.bat -memorySearch FlashPlayerPlugin_xxx.exe or ffdec.bat -memorySearch 30584
State: new→upgraded
 
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