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Bug­Id release 2018-11-21

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Notable changes in this release

  • Bug ids for Access Violation exceptions have been standardized to the following format: <bug type id>:<memory details>[<size>][<offset>]. This includes bug ids for guard page access exceptions, as STATUS_­GUARD_­PAGE_­VIOLATION exceptions are just a sub-type of STATUS_­ACCESS_­VIOLATION. bug type ids W2RO and DEP have been changed back to AVW and AVE to simplify things.
  • Text descriptions for Access Violation exceptions should now all follow the same format.
  • Determining if an Access Violations happened near the stack is now more precise by relying on the actual virtual allocation for the stack to determine what memory range is part of the stack.
  • Determining the integrity level of a process was throwing unpredictable exceptions. Since I do not care much about this information and have little time to fix it, I've opted to disable the code and not put the integrity level in the report anymore.

Internal changes

  • I've renamed more time related variables to include "In­Seconds" in the name.
  • Test coverage has been improved by allowing you to trigger Access Violations in memory regions with specific properties (i.e. unallocated memory, reserved memory, inaccessible memory, and guard pages). Tests have been rebuild with VS 2017 and latest Win 10 SDK.
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