MemDig: a memory cheat tool

MemDig allows the user to manipulate the memory of another process, primary for the purposes of cheating. There have been many tools like this before, but this one is a scriptable command line program.

There are a number of commands available from the program’s command prompt. The “help” command provides a list with documentation. MemDig commands can also be supplied as command line arguments to the program itself, by prefixing them with one or two dashes.

All commands can be shortened so long as they remain unambiguous, similar to gdb. For example, “attach” can be written as “a” or “att”.

The current set of commands is quite meager, though it can operate on integers and floats of any size. The command set will grow as more power is needed.