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    Post Immortal application

    Hi,

    At first, don't misunderstand that I am going to write a virus.

    I have a Client/Server application for monitoring the client.
    I like to make my client application immortal, so that no client user can't kill the application.( I want to work my client in Win 98/NT/2000/me & XP ).

    There are so many ideas infront of me, but I can't select one( because of less knowledge in the advantage/disadvantage of them).
    1. Create my application as a service.( But a user can stop/disable the service )
    2. Hide it from task manager list( But XP not supporting it ).
    3. Insert my process into another processes like explorer.exe

    Which one is best or any other idea.... pls help...

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    Re: Immortal application

    Quote Originally Posted by ajaywinds
    Which one is best or any other idea.... pls help...
    Definitely the service.
    Quote Originally Posted by ajaywinds
    ( But a user can stop/disable the service )
    Only administrators can do that.

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    Thanks.

    one more thing please.
    Pls tell me what are the necessery steps to create and register service. ( I mean programming )

    Reagrds
    Ajay

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    Re: Immortal application

    Quote Originally Posted by ajaywinds
    Pls tell me what are the necessery steps to create and register service. ( I mean programming )
    Services overview on MSDN

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