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Mark Salsbery9-Nov-11 5:37
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QuestionFreeze a program and hold execution Pin
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Richard MacCutchan1-Nov-11 23:11
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GeneralRe: Freeze a program and hold execution Pin
Brandon-X120009-Nov-11 0:17
Brandon-X120009-Nov-11 0:17 
Yes I would like to know how to suspend a specific process by name or one at a time. I would also like to know if there could be anyway you could skip specific processes as well like "explorer" or "winlogin" although these a Microsoft Windows made programs, If a virus was smart it would disguise it's name like that, so how would you be able to contrast the two from a virus and the real program, maybe heuristics (to search for suspicious behavior or overuse of system resources like RAM, processor, internet bandwidth, etc.) or by it's color depth, ever notice when two processes of the same name on Microsoft Windows taskmgr the second or first process has a (*) star next to it followed by a 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 or 64 (color depths), but these are the two ways of my knowledge how to contrast the two but how to use these on programming, but I'm really hardcore on this subject and find every possible way to the best of my knowledge to predict how malicious software could use stealth.

I did read that article you recommended for me I'm still studying and trying to identify things in the code that would be useful.

And for that taskmgr thing you said


John Schroedl wrote:
I believe that AV programs suspend the process. This is the same advice Mark Russinovich gives when you see a suspicious process -- use task mgr, right-click and pick Suspend.


I did find that type of "taskmgr" so did you mean't Process Explorer? It does have the suspend process on it and was made by Microsoft. The default task manager installed on windows does not have such feature on it

see image (in URL): http://harristech.webs.com/temp/taskmanagerss1.png

so yeah I do understand what are you trying to explain, we are on the same page right?
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QuestionRunning into issue of managed and unmanaged code Pin
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