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Unclosable Process...

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I'm making a type of PC Lock using AutoIt (duh) and was wondering if it was possible to make a task unclosable... if so, how? For those that don't understand what I'm making, it's a program similar to this:

http://www.fspro.net/lock-my-pc/

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in example scripts there is a topic about usb drive locking pc

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have you tried to run it as a system protected process like WINLOGON.EXE


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have you tried to run it as a system protected process like WINLOGON.EXE

How exactly do I do that?

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This topic is starting to sound like noobie attempts at black hat stuff with AutoIt. This forum does not support that kind of effort.

:)


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This topic is starting to sound like noobie attempts at black hat stuff with AutoIt. This forum does not support that kind of effort.

:)

No, it's not black hat work.

Here's my source so far:

#include <GUIConstants.au3>
#include <WindowsConstants.au3>

HotKeySet("{ESC}", "OpenLoginWindow")

$Transparency = 25
$Transparency = $Transparency * 2.55
$Transparency = 255 - $Transparency

$VerticalCenter = @DesktopHeight - 87
$VerticalCenter = $VerticalCenter / 2

$HorizontalCenter = @DesktopWidth - 671
$HorizontalCenter = $HorizontalCenter / 2

GUICreate ( "PC Locker", @DesktopWidth + 50, @DesktopHeight + 50, -1, -1, -1, $WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW)

GUICtrlCreatePic ( "image.jpg", $HorizontalCenter, $VerticalCenter, 671, 87)

GUISetBkColor (0x000000)
GUISetIcon('shell32.dll', 295)

WinSetTrans ("PC Locker", "", $Transparency)

GUISetState (@SW_SHOW)

while 1
    GUISetState (@SW_RESTORE)
wend

Func OpenLoginWindow()
    Exit   
Endfunc

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You could run it as service...find it in example script


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