The Win32 API provides a set of great libraries (PSAPI and ToolHelp ) that allow you to enumerate processes currently running in the system. Although these APIs are extremely powerful they don't permit you to get notifications when a new process starts or ends up. This article provides an efficient and robust technique based on a documented interface for achieving this goal
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An inter-process tracer.
This tool helps developers to export the registry information.
You can use this code to let your program run automatically at system startup, it shows you also how to use some of API registry functions.
Anyone who has ever used advanced security in Windows NT has probably run across SIDs before. SID is an acronym for Security IDentifier. All the Win32 API that work with SIDs use a binary representation. This article shows how to convert between string and binary representations of SIDs.
Obtaining session keys as plain text.
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