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    forgot
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    How can I allocate memory in debugged program?

    rt
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    joe
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    How can I allocate memory in debugged program?

    Search for unused memory in debugged application (zeros), if You need only small memory.
    If You need moore memory use redirection script:
    ask "Enter new EIP"
    cmp $RESULT, 0
    je cancel_pressed
    mov eip, $RESULT
    ret

    In new eip (in found free memory) You must add code to alocating moore memory (use API used in debugged application).
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  3. #3
    garryw
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    How can I allocate memory in debugged program?

    plugin ollyhelper will allocate 2k from the menu, if you need more then as joe described.
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  4. #4
    Bob
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    How can I allocate memory in debugged program?

    or use stack..
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  5. #5
    jack
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    How can I allocate memory in debugged program?

    i wont money
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