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Richard Robertson

Process Watcher

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I created an AutoIt script when I had a spyware attack so I could track it down.

This basically notifies you of a starting or stopping process. It has 3 modes of notification.

The included ReadMe.txt file contains important information on the operation of the script.

Yes, I am aware that the ReadMe is about as big as the script. The script could be smaller if I removed the blank lines and comments, but I guess it doesn't matter.

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HI,

nice one. Haven't tested every option, but looks good.

So long,

Mega


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I hope you read the instructions. It's quite complicated, so be careful or you won't get what you want.

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nice.

thanks

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Autoit Wrappers... has a small one i made before

; Notify and Name of any new process started
; Author Valuater

Dim $list = ProcessList()

AdlibEnable("chk_Process")

While 1
    Sleep(20)
WEnd

Func chk_Process()
    $list2 = ProcessList()
    If $list2[0][0] > $list[0][0] Then
        MsgBox(262208,"New Process", $list2[$list2[0][0]][0] & "  ")
        $list[0][0] = $list2[0][0]
    Else
        $list[0][0] = $list2[0][0]
  ; if you close processes - this resets the list
    EndIf
EndFunc

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Wow, 95 downloads. I'm suprised this had so many hits.

@Valuater: That is similar to how I started. I needed something to track new executables, but then I decided to add more information. It evolved into this overpowering log utility.

If anyone has any suggestions, I'd like them. So far, I've been thinking of adding a filter to stop showing processes that run often or things that you know are safe. Also a full path of processes would be good. Maybe I'll write a full-fledged C++ application for that.

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