> > I believe that it is possible to read contents of the memory used/
> > utilized by a process (assuming right privileges).
> > First i've tried to do this through procfs by reading 'mem'
> > property of the given process, but no success.
> > Maybe there is another way of doing such things ?
> > Any clue would be appreciated.
see "man 5 procfs"
[I removed -stable, as I think it's unnecessary cross-posting]
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