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Windows2Linux Porting

Recently I faced a very interesting task, I had to port an application from one platform (Windows) to another (Linux). This article is intended for everybody who wants to write a cross-platform application.

Adding Windows 7 Jump Lists to Visual C++ Applications

Jump Lists provide a simple and convenient way for users to open documents and perform common tasks, and Windows 7 provides basic support for Jump Lists with no explicit application development. C++ developers can improve their applications by using the MFC class CJumpList to provide custom jump list items for easier application interaction.

Easy way to set up global API hooks

Discover an easy way to set up system-wide global API hooks using AppInit_DLLs registry key for DLL injection and Mhook library for API hooking. To illustrate this technique we will show how to easily hide calc.exe from the list of running processes.

File System Filter Driver Tutorial

Discover how to develop a simple file system filter driver. The demo driver will print the names of opening files to debug output. The article requires basic windows driver and C/C++ knowledge. However it may be interesting to the people without windows driver experience.

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