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I know I am nekroing this thread, but considering the answer above I just had to:

Yes it is possible, although this is pretty advanced stuff imho and I can only point in the general direction, firstly because its early and I am tired and secondly because it is a very wide field. You will need to reverse engineer the specific target to find out where (at what addresses) it stores the information you need, then access the memory of the process from within your own application (ReadProcessMemory is your friend). Another way would be working with hooks. It is the same concept as writing trainers for games, there you need to find certain memory addresses too and change/freeze them, etc. So if you are still interested in the topic I would suggest reading up on writing trainers, reverse engineering software, API hooks, PE file format and the like. This should take a while :P

I really cant help much more, as what exactly you would need to do totally depends on the target application. Also most developers are not very fond of others reverse engineering their software. While it might not necessarily illegal to do so, many applications nowadays are packed or protected otherwise.

So yes, there are applications that "would ease your task". A debugger would help in actually aquiring the addresses of the data you want to aquire. Ollydbg is a nice and free debugger. You also might want to aquire a hex-editor. Use the programming language of your choice, as long as it supports the WinAPI.
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