HeapDraw / HeapTracer
HeapDraw was originally created as a postmortem analisys tool to see how the heap evolved during the life of a process. The idea is that although we may be used to textual output, like that of ltrace or a malloc/free hooking library, it's much better to see it graphically. HeapTracer is the new name, after it became a runtime analisys tool.
Documentationhttp://oss.coresecurity.com/projects/heapdraw/HeapDraw-HeapTracer/Examples%20and%20Doc/dtlogin%20example.pdf and http://oss.coresecurity.com/projects/heapdraw/HeapDraw-HeapTracer/linux-native/README
released on 7 July 2007
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