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Since you tagged this question as "cold boot attack" and "forensics", I presume you're asking about a physical memory dump. These dumps are usually acquired by something like pcileech, using a special hardware device as an interface to the target system's memory. You may also acquire a memory dump from a crash dump or some other forensic ...


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They can do a heck of a lot One of the most common misconceptions I hear people say about cyber security is, "Well, hackers have no reason to come after me/this." As long as you have some type of connection to the internet, hackers have plenty of uses for your hardware. It does not matter if you are running a high-end server or a smart ...


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As far as can be ascertained from the page you linked to, No. Hack Someone’s Phone Remotely The article seems extremely misleading. Spyier can't hack a phone remotely, it can only access it remotely once the target phone is already compromised. Step 2 says: Follow the on-screen guide and install the Spyier app on the target Android phone That line, and the ...


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