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I've been reading "The art of memory forensics", on chapter 11 page 327 they added the output of Windbg dt(_TCP_ENDPOINT)
I have been trying to get the same result with Windbg but I keep getting the same error -
dt(_TCP_ENDPOINT) Symbol _TCP_ENDPOINT not found.
even though I loaded the tcpip.sys symbols file
1: kd> lml start end module name ....... fffff8053bfc0000 fffff8053c2a9000 tcpip (pdb symbols) C:\ProgramData\Dbg\sym\tcpip.pdb\4EF7BCB071F28E1DAAAA937D59B39D121\tcpip.pdb
I dont get this kind of error when looking other Kernel structures,
1: kd> dt(_EPROCESS) ntdll!_EPROCESS +0x000 Pcb : _KPROCESS +0x2e0 ProcessLock : _EX_PUSH_LOCK ......
What am I doing wrong?
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