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From: axid3j1al at hotmail.com (axid3j1al axid3j1al)
Subject: Looking for a tool

I once had the same problem.

RUn msconfig and then boot with a minimal set of drivers.
Try safe mode?

Then try the sysinternal tools again.

e.g I could not see a exe in the task manager in normal mode (i.e. could
not kill it) but then in the restricted mode it did appear and then I could 
easily remove the offending process.

Have you tried the MS spy++ tool from visual studio? That will show all 
process and all threads. Howver one assumes that sys internals is just using 
the same API that spy++ uses.




>From: "Schmehl, Paul L" <pauls@...allas.edu>
>To: <full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com>
>Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Looking for a tool
>Date: Mon, 1 Mar 2004 16:37:41 -0600
>
>I ran into a situation today where neither Foundstone's Process Explorer
>nor Sysinternals' "pslist" would list the master process that was
>controlling some processes that I was trying to kill.  Does anyone on
>the list know of a better utility that will list *all* running processes
>on a Windows box?  (This was WinXP Pro if that matters.)
>
>Paul Schmehl (pauls@...allas.edu)
>Adjunct Information Security Officer
>The University of Texas at Dallas
>AVIEN Founding Member
>http://www.utdallas.edu/~pauls/
>
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