The ProcessExplorer application was designbed to be a tool for viewing active processes and modules they use (DLL libraries). Main application window displays the list of all processes have been loaded, when you select a process from the list the right pane shows detailed process information as well as list of libraries loaded by it.
For each library loaded application displays preferred base address (the address the library was built with) and real base address (where the library was loaded). It is very important to build libaries so that every one has unique base address, because operating system relocates library when it is unable to load the library into its preffered address, and this, in turn, significantly slows down application startup and wastes physical memory
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ProcessExplorer is a program designed to provide solution to following tasks
1. Show real base address and preferred base address for every loaded DLL.
2. The real and preferred base address for every loaded DLL provides unique advantages over the popular alternative of displaying only preferred base address. Knowledge of real base address is important for programmers who want to guarantee the safety of their application code (if people take over your application code they will have to change it). For end users, real base address of loaded libraries may be interesting to compare to alternative library loading mechanisms. Knowledge of real base address of a library allows debugger to specify correct process for symbols lookup.
3. ProcessExplorer shows you the list of all loaded processes, all files being loaded in those processes and the full list of modules use by those files.
4. Displays the list of all loaded DLLs.
5. The list of all loaded DLLs is filtered in respect to different properties. For example, the list can be displayed for only those DLLs, which is loaded for the currently selected module.
6. ProcessExplorer does not show you the list of open files, instead it shows you the list of all open windows, if you want to get information about particular file, you may use WinApi function OpenFile and ask details about it using Windows messages.
7. ProcessExplorer is lightweight, consumes very little of resources, works on x86 and x64 platform, and on Windows 2000, 2000 SP4, XP, XP SP2, XP SP3, Vista, Vista SP1 and Windows 7.
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1. Extract the patch archive to an empty directory.
2. Open PatchSetup.bat
3. Change directory to the directory you extracted patch archive.
4. Run PatchSetup.bat as an Administrator.
5. The patch will be installed. After the installation you may run the program, without patch.
6. If you want to restart the program from the installation directory, do “quit” in PatchSetup.bat.
This patch makes use of some original ideas, and I didn’t test this patch on Windows 7.
I forgot to remove some incorrect lines, so if you have noticed any problems, please let me know.
You can download a zip file with the latest version of the patch from the following link:
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1) Basic overview of the process (size, modules, address space usage, etc.);
2) Detailed library view (modules that the process is using, addresses and their size);
3) Detailed process view (module windows, threads, stacks, heap size, etc.).
The class holds version information, path to the exe (if it was downloaded from web), etc.
Displays created and modified files for the process.
The ProcessListView is a listbox that is used to display all processes that have been started on the system. By default it displays all files associated with the process, but also it can be configured to display processes and their modules, threads, heaps, stacks, process base address and they’re real base address. If one of the processes was deployed from web it will display thier exe file path in the fileName column. If the exe was self-extracting then in fileSize column it will show the size of the exe in KB, MB, and etc. If it was downloaded from web then in fileBytes property will show the size of the exe, in MB.
TODO: Other properties
I am the author of Process Explorer and I have a lot of respect for @Alex K.
But I think you are wrong about my Windows Forms project templates. I have used the C#, VB, and VB.Net project templates with the base address and the preferred base address properties.
It’s been my experience that the base address is the preferred base address. Unless there is a documented reason that the process has been moved, it will have its preferred base address. That’s why there are several examples in the documentation, such as System.Diagnostics.Process.EnableRaisingEvents.
The preferred address of the calling thread is always used to load a DLL. If the DLL is not found in the preferred address, the DLL is loaded in the base address.
MSDN link to BaseAddress and PreferredBaseAddress
So, yes, my base address and preferred base address values are correct, and are the preferred base address values. The reason for having the preferred address is that it will load the DLL’s that are system-wide (and used by the operating system).
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ProcessExplorer provides a Windows-like process and a library viewer.
It provides a very compact and fast library viewer which displays preferred base address and real base address for each library loaded by a process.
It provides a very compact process viewer which displays process hierarchy and process instantiation details.
The process viewer displays child process instances and the process modules they use and the component they use.
WinDirStat – Directory stats utility, which is similar to process explorer.
ProcDump – Write a process listing to a file.
ProcView – Show a Process Flow chart.
Process Explorer – Process enumerator, listing, and system information.
Windows Activity Monitor – For viewing and managing processes and applications.
ProcessExplorer.com – Home of ProcessExplorer
Official process explorer website
NCH Software website – Process Explorer
How to setup an application to use the training data that I have imported from google?
I imported a dataset in google databse and now need to develop an application which can use the same imported data and without downloading the dataset again.
How can I achieve this?
Is that the real Google Market? Google Market is a search engine. Google Databse is another search engine. Both are not related to each other. You need to search for something like Android Market. The app stores are not on Google market. Market stores/retrieves data by searching queries. Your question is completely unrelated.
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What’s New in the ProcessExplorer?
The application’s user interface (UI) consists of:
* a main form showing list of loaded processes and their details
* a toolstrip control with a dropdown menu allowing selecting one of processes from the list
* a list of DLL libraries which the selected process uses.
For the list you can use MainForm.PSList.CheckForBatchUpdates or use TList.Add(..) if you need an in-place version.
ProcessExplorer has been updated and available for download:
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As America slowly wakes up, the nation is yet to have their eyes opened to the real threat of dumbing down of their military. What is going to happen when the Pentagon realizes the stupidity of the MAD(Mutually Assured Destruction) doctrine?
The Bush administration has launched a new era in military history. No longer are American troops simply soldiers on the battlefield–they are also reporters and bloggers.
In 2005, the deputy assistant secretary of defense ordered that “bloggers should be trained to carry out traditional military missions.” The training manual goes on to suggest that they use their real names on the Net, as the DOD’s official stance on blogging is that it is a military activity. The manual demands that bloggers obey the Uniform Code of Military Justice, so an army force tasked with spreading the gospel of the superiority of American firepower may have been in search of a new mission.
From what we could tell, this has never happened before. The influence of the military over journalism was probably discussed at some level in the 1950’s and 60’s, but military bloggers used the Cybersecure means available to publish on the internet, not the actual means of communicating, as we know it.
The idea that the military has a right to police the internet and have the ability to shut down any publication is absurd. It is inconceivable that the military would actually be able to pull this off. If they did, then they are no longer on the right side of the Information Superhighway.
This is what the military wants:
Why did the Pentagon feel the need to issue such an order? Perhaps they see a blog as a potential media outlet that
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