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Is it possible to 'freeze' a process with autoit?


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Is it possible to 'freeze' a process with autoit?

HI,

I don't know. Maybe a DLLCall. Do you know a C++ func or vb script that can do that?

So long,

Mega


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HI,

I don't know. Maybe a DLLCall. Do you know a C++ func or vb script that can do that?

So long,

Mega

I don't even truly know what DLL's are used for and what they do/how they work.


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Is it possible to 'freeze' a process with autoit?

This topic leads to a lot of different things... what "specifically" are you trying to do (in detail)?

[center]Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.[/center]

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Well, im trying to bypass an anti game hacking program called X-trap.

I want to freeze xtrap after it launches, so it's launched but can't do anything.

Possible?


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i can only assume that forcing the program to lie dormant whilst still running would result in something giving up the ghost on the system.

normally when a process crashes it becomes un-responsive, and in turn locks the whole system up.

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But we don't know if it will or not, do we?

So is it possible or not?


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But we don't know if it will or not, do we?

So is it possible or not?

ProcessGuard could stop it. Do a google.

[center]Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.[/center]

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I know ProcessGuard can do it.

I haven't tested it myself, but Many people said it didnt work.

Either way, I want to incorporate it into an autoit program, so Process guard wouldnt work.


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Either way, I want to incorporate it into an autoit program, so Process guard wouldnt work.

Why not, since you can control Process Guard with AutoIt too?

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If you have to have PG on your computer for it to work, I don't want it.


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I know ProcessGuard can do it.

I haven't tested it myself, but Many people said it didnt work.

But we don't know if it will or not, do we? :whistle:

maybe

If X-trap Starts
   Do("Freeze that mofo")
Endif

Nah sorry, can't help with that, anyways if a game is protected with X-trap and the x-trap stops running it'll stop the game aswell, otherwise evryone could turn it off right?

ah well, good luck with it i, wouldn't know how to.

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