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VIDEO Hide processes from Task Manager by manipulating Windows UI

memory trong task manager quá cao



Manipulating Windows GUI elements is not a new thing. Although not so popular, this technique was known to malware writers for years. In this video we understand how it works under the hood, with very practical examples. All the source code for this proof-of-concept is freely available on our GitHub:

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Topics covered:
– How to discover windows elements using WinSpy++
– What is UIPI (User Interface Privilege Escalation) and how it works
– How to read and write memory from another process
– How to disable or delete GUI menus
– How to simulate mouse clicks on GUI elements from a different window
– How to hide processes and services from Task Manager

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  1. Frédéric Durand

    hi I'm a beginner and I do not fully understand some points . Once I've hidden a proccessus, how do I find it afterwards? with inhide? or restarting the pc? Personally I'd like to hide all the Oracle VM virtualbox under w10 .

    probleme with projet error The object reference is not set to an instance of an object . I think it's normal because my pid taskmgr.exe is 7632 and I've noticed that the task path is in access denied in process explorer . and my biggest problem is that I do not like you the shorcuts debug x64 to create but managed to create shortcuts . Ino longer know how I got the message error The object reference is not set to an instance of an object. another question your script applies to all pc w10 x 64 without changing the taskmanager pid? Thanks for helping me thanx for help

  2. I copied your exact code from GITHUB and followed ran it through CMD however returned error get handle to the window menu also some of code has green underlines like its not written correctly how can I fix this is there a setting I'm missing I set it up as a console project and in properties set to use uni code character set is that correct any other property setting I should change?

  3. so i`m not a programmer and i don`t know how to make it i found a driver name hide driver exchange utility and i use it but it work only in windows system 32bit
    so can this hide in windows 64bit ? and how easly can i use it ?
    i don`t know about githup or MVS

  4. Can the file be altered so that instead of typing hideProc.exe calc.exe, you just run the hideProc.exe with the file you want to hide hard coded into the .cpp file. So that when you run hideProc.exe, it will always hide calc.exe with out telling it so?

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