JVM Dump Proxy
A proxy DLL for Windows to dump JVM classes at JNI level.
Some Java programs use reflection to hide their code by loading and executing classes dynamically. You can dump them from memory, but what if they are unloaded right after they execute? You could edit
rt.jar and place a hook on various reflection methods. But what if the program uses the native class loading methods directly, bypassing any bytecode-level hooks?
This project aims to be a universal solution to all your dumping needs. By hooking at the lowest reliably accessible JNI level, it will dump all classes as they are being loaded.
- x64 only
- Only hooks
DefineClass*. It is possible to bypass this method by implementing your own class loader in JNI.
Download the latest release. Place
version.dll in your Java
bin directory, next to
java.exe. You may want to use a separate Java installation so you don't affect all processes. On your desktop, create a new directory called
When you run any program with the modified Java installation, you will see a message box with the hooking result. Once you press
OK, all loaded classes will be saved under the directory on your desktop.
- Q: I am getting
JVMDUMPis not accessible on your desktop
- Q: But duplicate classes?
A: They will be appended with a number, nothing will be overwritten
A simple proxy DLL implementation to inject into the JVM painlessly and reliably. For more information, check the references.
Installs the hooks that redirect methods to our code. Powered by mhook.
The class dumping logic.
A fast and simple Java class parser. It will parse the class name of each hooked byte buffer and use it to save the file under the appropriate name.
- mingw-w64 7.0.0+
- CMake 3.16+