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Rename all running and future processes immediately

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Hi guys! Any help with this would be really appreciated...

Im looking for a simple way to immediately rename all running processes and window titles and also rename all future processes window titles also.. Is there an easy way to do this? Thanks alot! :(

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Oh.. am I? I thought I was in the right forum.. please direct me to the correct forum if you would please, thanks :(

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I dont see why someone need to rename all the wins and all the processes, that is almos equivalent to hiding processes, and hiding processes is not to be discussed on this forum.

So what's the legal side of doing this assuming that it can be done?


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Hey bogQ, I can understand where youre coming from - what I am asking can be seen as similar to hiding processes however this is completely not what I am after :(.

Heres the full details:

At the university I go to, the IT's have this unspoken rule - If you theres not too many of you playing games in the labs and it doesnt get out of hand, its alright (After they go home though!). So me and a bunch of guys play after they go home -- except they have this system which looks for specific window titles eg. "Counter-Strike" and bans you for like 2 hours if it finds that window title. I have seen a software that could rename all running window titles and if you launch another software after it was run, it would instantly rename its title, however its use was rather limited.. So I thought id ask if its possible!

As I said, I completely understand your concern, and this is legitimate. :)

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Use any hex editor and patch windows and dialog names, rename the executable and you should be fine.

BTW you should study instead of playing, but that's your problem.


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks jchd! :( And for the studying advice too :) hehe..

Btw is there any way to do this in AutoIt? For example, _WinAPI_SetWindowText ? Hmm.. I might run a few tests soon and see if I can get that going. If not, I will definetely give a hex-editor a go.

EDIT: I just realised that a hex-edit is permanent.. thats actually a great idea.. Thank you once again :)

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