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Crashing Processes

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After a bit of a break, I'm back, and I wondered if anyone knew how to crash certain processes on a Windows box, without crashing the box itself. I had a look at GPF (General Protection Faults), but I can't find a way to cause one in a sibling process.
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welcome back... :wink:

um,what about the taskkill command? you can end processes by name or by PID with it....

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the problem is, my account has very few privileges. my command prompt and taskmanager have been reenabled via hex-edit, and i only managed to get a location for execute and write permission (needed for installing,storing, and then running various programs) with a well sneaked in "subst". i need to find a way to stop several programs running with system privileges. i also cannot write to the registry, as it is a network hive. any thoughts?

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hm,if it´s possible to run programs you can try to run an alternative taskmanager like Process Explorer.

another thought I have is to crash a process by limiting its memory allocation to zero....but it´s just a thought, I googled a little about this but havn´t found something useful yet... :?

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