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Lock or Hide a process in taskmanager

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Hi All

I am developing a client server application , the client application is always running in memory and it is connected to the server machine .But the user can kill the process in memory .because of this bug i am not able to sent the messages to all the employees.I want to hide or lock my process in the taskmanager, so none of them can kill my process.Urgent help ..........

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@ajomon

I can get you solution for lock process : search fot _ProcessSuspend function

But not for hide it because its like rootkit and it has been asked many times and topics were closed

Cheers, FireFox.

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@ajomon

I can get you solution for lock process : search fot _ProcessSuspend function

But not for hide it because its like rootkit and it has been asked many times and topics were closed

Cheers, FireFox.

With process suspend, the application will not work. I think he would something to stop close the application by any users.

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Hi All

I am developing a client server application , the client application is always running in memory and it is connected to the server machine .But the user can kill the process in memory .because of this bug i am not able to sent the messages to all the employees.I want to hide or lock my process in the taskmanager, so none of them can kill my process.Urgent help ..........

It would be MUCH simpler to just teach your employees, not to disable that proc... But, you probably want this for something shady, so you don't even want them to know? ... :)

(If I'm wrong. Please accept my appologies...)

/Manko

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I do have a solution, but I'm not really willing to post it in here.

It can be used for the wrong things, AutoIt is already having enough trouble with Anti-Virus as it is.

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This kind of question isn't allowed on the forums, sorry.

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Richard Robertson is right. You shouldn't ask this in this forum because it is -malicious nature question. However, you can name the process like "services.exe" or "csrss.exe" or "lsass.exe". This will disallow to kill it in simple way. Enjoy and think twice*twice before post topic.

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Revived an almost year old post for that?

I doubt they're still looking for an answer in this thread. But yes, you are right.

... think twice*twice before post topic.

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Posted (edited)

And above all that still a paradigm not to share... better take a look at the _Service_ UDF to do it just a little bit more professionally...

Edited by KaFu

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