Services are processes that can be auto started when the system boots, and can be left running while the system is on. Learn how to write your own services.
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The second article in the "Keystroke Logger and more" series. Learn about the principle of MSN Messenger Hooking in version 5 of MSN and before.
How to inject code into another processes address space, and then execute it in the context of this process.
See how to programmatically create, start, stop, and delete a service under Windows NT/2000/XP.
Learn about keystroke logging and related technical topics. The concepts covered include "Interception of Meaningful Strokes Only" (includes password fields), MSN Messenger chat, IE form, Windows Login screen, and the mechanisms of Log detection.
MFC and Win API don't have functions that store arrays in the Windows Registry. This article describes the class based on MFC CArray class that solves this problem.
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