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    ExcpHook 0.0.5-rc2

    Just to inform you guys, I've released the new ExcpHook.

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    ExcpHook Exception Monitor is an exception monitor, made for Windows XP. The monitoring part is kernel-level (technically, in a driver), so in opposite to user-land monitors, ExcpHook does not have to be a debugger for the monitored processes, nor it doesn't have to change their environment/code/data in anyway. Additionally, ExcpHook is not tied up with one process - it monitors every process in the system, letting the user filter out the interesting processes by providing a part of the image name of the process.

    0.0.4 -> 0.0.5-rc2
    * Fixed 100% CPU eating bug
    * Rewritten the code to use IOCTL insted of Write/Read
    * Added driver status checking mechanism
    * Commented the source code, made it more readable
    * Fixed multiCPU/multicore race condition possibility
    * Fixed BSoD on some systems when patching the kernel
    * Added some more spinlocks here and there
    * Fixed BSoD on some kernel versions, the signature seeking
    mechanism has been changed to a more decent one
    * Added general/control register logging/display
    * Added image name acquiring from EPROCESS
    * Added one-instatnce-at-a-time limit (this is needed due to design)
    * Added disasembly display (using diStorm lib)
    * Added some more minor things

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    This is a nice Tool!
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

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    Very nice, thanks for the heads-up and the CRCETL update.
    "Give a man a quote from the FAQ, and he'll ignore it. Print the FAQ, shove it up his ass, kick him in the balls, DDoS his ass and kick/ban him, and the point usually gets through eventually."


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