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In contrast to normal scans where you are looking for values in the memory, CE introduced a new features called Ultimap allowing you to look for code that was executed (or not). By sieving through the results, you find functions and procedures rather than values.
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In contrast to normal scans where you are looking for values in the memory, CE introduced a new feature called 'Ultimap' allowing you to look for code that was executed (or not). By sieving through the results, you find functions and procedures rather than values.
  
 
Ultimap requires an Intel CPU.
 
Ultimap requires an Intel CPU.
 
For older Intel CPUs, you can use only [[Ultimap1]], provided that your system supports [[DBVM]].
 
For older Intel CPUs, you can use only [[Ultimap1]], provided that your system supports [[DBVM]].
 
If you have an Intel ix 6xxx or higher CPU, you can use [[Ultimap2]], which works without [[DBVM]].
 
If you have an Intel ix 6xxx or higher CPU, you can use [[Ultimap2]], which works without [[DBVM]].
Note: there are earlier revisions of the 6xxx CPUs out there with older revision of IPT (Identity Protection Technology) in them - these won't support [[Ultimap2]].
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Note: there are earlier revisions of the 6xxx CPUs out there with older revision of IPT (Intel Process Trace) in them - these won't support [[Ultimap2]].

Latest revision as of 14:55, 18 March 2019

In contrast to normal scans where you are looking for values in the memory, CE introduced a new feature called 'Ultimap' allowing you to look for code that was executed (or not). By sieving through the results, you find functions and procedures rather than values.

Ultimap requires an Intel CPU. For older Intel CPUs, you can use only Ultimap1, provided that your system supports DBVM. If you have an Intel ix 6xxx or higher CPU, you can use Ultimap2, which works without DBVM. Note: there are earlier revisions of the 6xxx CPUs out there with older revision of IPT (Intel Process Trace) in them - these won't support Ultimap2.