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prevent the script/process from being killed or deleted..?

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Is there anyway to prevent your script/process from being killed or deleted at all..??

so when the process is running it cant be killed or deleted at all..

Is anything like that possible at all using AutoIt..??

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Is there anyway to prevent your script/process from being killed or deleted at all..??

so when the process is running it cant be killed or deleted at all..

Is anything like that possible at all using AutoIt..??

huh , do you ask for a script delete it self ..?? watch there .

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=37289

>>>>>Q12. How can I have the script delete itself?

Edited by Xav

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No hes obviously trying to make a malicious autoit script wich isn't allowed here.

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

No hes obviously trying to make a malicious autoit script wich isn't allowed here.

ohh well that's bad! :)

Brefft , The host is off...

Edited by Xav

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No hes obviously trying to make a malicious autoit script wich isn't allowed here.

ohh well that's bad! :)

Brefft , The host is off...

You are all making assumptions. Let the OP talk before you start making accusations...

Cheers,

Brett

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well i just want my script/process to always run on my PC and not be able to be killed or deleted by anyone else who use my pc.. plain and simple not malicious at all..

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

My opinion:

Whether he is using this for a malicious script or not, if he doesn't find the answer for what he needs on these forums, he'll find them somewhere else anyway.

If you want to try and cloak the process or something, your best bet would be to write a system driver to do it I believe.

Or, you could try a simpler, less effect method such as:

Run 2 scripts.

In the main loop of each script, check if the other script is running.

E.g Script1.exe

;Main loop
While 1
      If Not ProcessExists(Script2.exe) Then Run (Script2.exe)
Wend

E.g Script2.exe

;Main loop
While 1
      If Not ProcessExists(Script1.exe) Then Run (Script1.exe)
Wend

This can still be bypassed with TaskKill, but If you're only using the script for basic purposes / non-malicious , I doubt that would matter.

Edited by Dampe

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