|0.2.0-beta7||Jul 24, 2022|
|0.2.0-beta3||Mar 18, 2022|
|0.2.0-beta2||Feb 20, 2022|
|0.2.0-beta1||Feb 13, 2022|
|0.0.0||Dec 21, 2021|
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The qemu connector implements a memflow plugin interface for Qemu on top of the Process Filesystem on Linux.
Installing the library
The recommended way to install memflow connectors is using memflowup.
To compile the connector as dynamic library to be used with the memflow plugin system use the following command:
cargo build --release --all-features
The plugin can then be found in the
target/release/ directory and has to be copied to one of memflows default search paths.
Linking the crate statically in a rust project
To use the connector in a rust project just include it in your Cargo.toml
memflow-qemu = "^0.2.0-beta"
target argument specifies the name of the qemu virtual machine (specified with -name when starting qemu).
The following additional arguments can be used when loading the connector:
map_base- overrides the default VM memory base (optional)
map_size- overrides the default VM memory size (optional)
qemu connector requires access to the qemu process via the linux procfs. This means any process which loads this connector requires to have at least ptrace permissions set.
To set ptrace permissions on a binary simply use:
sudo setcap 'CAP_SYS_PTRACE=ep' [filename]
Alternatively you can just run the binary via
The connector supports dynamic acquisition of the qemu memory mappings by utilizing the qemu qmp protocol.
To enable qmp on a virtual machine simply add this to the qemu command line:
Alternatively a tcp server can be exposed:
Or via libvirt:
<domain xmlns:qemu="http://libvirt.org/schemas/domain/qemu/1.0" type="kvm"> ... </devices> <qemu:commandline> <qemu:arg value="-qmp"/> <qemu:arg value="unix:/tmp/qmp-my-vm.sock,server,nowait"/> </qemu:commandline> </domain>
Please refer to the qemu qmp manual for more information about how to configure this feature.
In case qmp is not active or could not be fetched, the connector falls back to hard-coded mapping tables for specific qemu machine types.
Analog to the examples found in the main memflow repository examples can be run via:
RUST_SETPTRACE=1 cargo run --example read_phys --release RUST_SETPTRACE=1 cargo run --example ps_win32 --release RUST_SETPTRACE=1 cargo run --example ps_inventory --release
For more information about
RUST_SETPTRACE and how to run examples see the running-examples section in the main memflow repository.
Licensed under MIT License, see LICENSE.
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