A collection of tools for debugging Windows application crashes.

Latest version published about 4 years ago
1.0.8May 17, 2020
Sep 8, 2021
almost 3 years ago
1.0.7Jan 12, 2020
Sep 8, 2021
almost 3 years ago
1.0.6Aug 2, 2019
Sep 8, 2021
almost 3 years ago

Last updated on 19 January-2024, at 00:50 (UTC).

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ERC.Net is a collection of tools designed to assist in debugging Windows application crashes. ERC.Net supports both 64 and 32 bit applications, can parse DLL/EXE headers, identify compile time flags such as ASLR, DEP and SafeSEH, generate non repeating patterns, generate platform specific egg hunters, identify process information such as loaded modules and running threads, read the TEB of a specific thread, assist with identifying numerous types of memory vulnerabilities and has numerous other use cases.


> Is ERC.Net-x64 Deprecated?

It appears there are some versions of ERC.Net-x64 that are deprecated.

> What is the deprecation date for the latest version of ERC.Net-x64?

The latest version of ERC.Net-x64 was released on May 17, 2020, and it is now deprecated.

> What does deprecated mean?

Deprecated means that the package was either marked as deprecated on the package registry, or that the source code repository for the package was archived.