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Detecting Windows NT/2K process execution

, 25 Mar 2002 CPOL
An article on how to get notification from the OS when a process starts
// NtDriverController.h
//              Monitoring process creation and termination  
// MODULE:    
//				Provides simple interface for managing device driver 
//              administration
// AUTHOR:		Ivo Ivanov


#if _MSC_VER > 1000
#pragma once
#endif // _MSC_VER > 1000

// class CNtDriverController
class CNtDriverController  
	virtual ~CNtDriverController();
	// Stop the driver and remove it from the system
	void StopAndRemove();
	// Obtain manager handle
	BOOL Open();
	// Close handle obtained from Open()
	void Close();
	BOOL WaitForState(
		DWORD           dwDesiredState, 
	// Add the driver to the system and start it up
	BOOL InstallAndStart();
	SC_HANDLE m_hDriver;
	BOOL      m_bDriverStarted;
	BOOL      m_bErrorOnStart;
	TCHAR     m_szName[MAX_PATH];
	TCHAR     m_szInfo[MAX_PATH];
	TCHAR     m_szFullFileName[MAX_PATH];

#endif // !defined(_NTDRIVERCONTROLLER_H_)
//----------------------------End of the file -------------------------------

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About the Author

Ivo Ivanov
Chief Technology Officer Vinsula
Australia Australia
I specialise in Malware Analysis, Application Security, Windows Kernel, x86/x64, and Reverse Engineering.
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