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    I have a Windows CE device that I hacked into partially and trying to open up further, one of the processes in the device had an open port, and allowed me to connect to it, after some initial prodding around I got it to allow me to dump any memory address this process has access to.

    There is no user input on this device (no ports, no touch screen, no keyboard)

    The device that has all the storage is a M-SYSTEMS MD8832-d1G-V3-X-P DiskOnChip of 128MB.

    My question is, could I dump all 0x800 0000 bytes of this device? Is this mapped directly in memory, and if so at what location would this in general be, and when dumped, could i just mount this under Linux?

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