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I am trying to write some codes for detecting the user-mode hooks. Would you please guide me through the steps and ways to detect hooks. Till now I have tried enumerating all the running processes and enumerating the modules for each of the process. I read somewhere to compare the in-memory modules and on-disk modules to check for the hooks and something related to the IAT too. I know my question is very vague but I am just a beginner in this field. Please help me out.
Posted 6-Nov-12 20:56pm
Edited 6-Nov-12 21:03pm

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Solution 1

There are no quick answers for this one.

I could post google links for you, but I'd bet that, you've been there, done that.

I'd start with getting a good understanding of how user hooks work.

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