As far as we know, RAM is a volatile memory that its data lost when the computer turned off. So when we want to hibernate our system, Windows must store its data in a file in HDD and then turn the computer off, and then in the moment we press turn-on button it imports that data to RAM again (from HDD).
Q1: Where windows store the RAM contents before hibernation? I mean where is the special location? Is it a file or not?! If it is a file, where is the path of its directory?
Q2: Can we modify that stored file to break some security rules of Windows? (For example changing the memory location that assigned to a program with the location that assigned to another program)
(for example using a Windows-Live disk or another windows that reside on that system"?)