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yop


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Post 16 Aug 2010, 06:57
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How does it work? Does it patch the kernel or kernel32.dll? Or is there some "clean" way to do this?
Post 16 Aug 2010, 09:01
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vid wrote:
How does it work? Does it patch the kernel or kernel32.dll? Or is there some "clean" way to do this?

typedef wrote:
What it basically does is it adds a list of specified files that you dont want to be ran on you machine, to the "blacklist", in the registry.
Post 16 Aug 2010, 09:47
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What it basically does is it adds a list of specified files that you dont want to be ran on you machine, to the "blacklist", in the registry.

Oh, I missed that. Where exactly is this list in registry?
Post 16 Aug 2010, 11:41
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HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer\DisallowRun

By default this key is not created. saved you work of having to edit manually or if your 'gpedit.msc' is broken
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1. IMO you should also enclose sources for the DLL.

2. In "press OK to create registry key", you should also have "cancel" option which doesn't create it.
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ok vid.

the dll is in C++


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Post 16 Aug 2010, 16:40
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if you want an appMan intaller i also have it.

This app comes in handy. For me there are some annoying programs that just pop up on the screen while am doing other stuff. Finally i can just disable them and start them later.
Post 16 Aug 2010, 20:21
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Why not just use services.msc to disable/enable services?
Post 17 Aug 2010, 03:56
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bitshifter wrote:
Why not just use services.msc to disable/enable services?


Question

Do you find anything wrong with this program?. What if someone doesn't know what services.msc is?
After all it is not for and about services. It's about program execution as a whole. notepad.exe is not a service.
Post 17 Aug 2010, 05:46
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You should add explorer.exe to the disallow list! Laughing
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Doesn't do anything in win7, when I go to the msdn and search for 'DisallowRun' it tells me that it applies to win2000 only.
Post 17 Aug 2010, 08:12
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Tyler wrote:
You should add explorer.exe to the disallow list! Laughing


be my guest specimen and tell me the results. also add ntvdm.exe hehehe.
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sinsi wrote:
Doesn't do anything in win7, when I go to the msdn and search for 'DisallowRun' it tells me that it applies to win2000 only.


bummer :O_o:
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