[RC5] "hiding" the client (W32)
john+distributed at kanaka.net
Wed Dec 6 10:36:07 EST 2000
does nt not do process owner checking? you could run the process as the Administrator (assuming you have the admin password and assuming you both dont already use admin as regular users), and then his user would not have the authority to kill the process. unless nt lets regular users do that, in which case you should scrap that steaming heap and install linux asap.
On Wed, Dec 06, 2000 at 12:43:10PM +0100, Chris Hessmann wrote:
+ Hello Dominic,
+ > Apologies if I've got the wrong idea, but I can't see any legitimate
+ > reason to hide the process in this way. The client can be installed in a
+ > way completely transparent to the user in NT, but to obscure it to this
+ > extend would imply that you are not authorized to run the client on these
+ > systems. distributed.net has a strict policy on this matter; see
+ > http://www.distributed.net/legal/policy.html.
+ Oh yes, I forgot to mention that.
+ I know about that fact, and I am not going to violate this policy.
+ The fact is, I'm talking about a machine, which is owned by me and a
+ friend. Because of some stupid reasons, he likes to antagonize me and
+ stops the services every time he founds it.
+ Well, the "rename the service"-trick does work for some time, but now
+ he found the taskmgr, and I do not have any clue how to prevent him
+ from stopping this.
+ Everything would be fine if I could rename the task to System Idle
+ Process or something similar! ;)
+ It's just a small war between to nerds, nothing special, no violation
+ of d.nets policies... ;)
+ cu Chris
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