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# AME GUI Resource Playbooks
# GUI Builder Temp Files
# User-specific files
# User-specific files (MonoDevelop/Xamarin Studio)
# Mono auto generated files
# Build results
# Visual Studio 2015/2017 cache/options directory
# Uncomment if you have tasks that create the project's static files in wwwroot
# Visual Studio 2017 auto generated files
Generated\ Files/
# MSTest test Results
# NUnit
# Build Results of an ATL Project
# Benchmark Results
# .NET Core
# ASP.NET Scaffolding
# StyleCop
# Files built by Visual Studio
# Chutzpah Test files
# Visual C++ cache files
# Visual Studio profiler
# Visual Studio Trace Files
# TFS 2012 Local Workspace
# Guidance Automation Toolkit
# ReSharper is a .NET coding add-in
# TeamCity is a build add-in
# DotCover is a Code Coverage Tool
# AxoCover is a Code Coverage Tool
# Coverlet is a free, cross platform Code Coverage Tool
# Visual Studio code coverage results
# NCrunch
# MightyMoose
# Web workbench (sass)
# Installshield output folder
# DocProject is a documentation generator add-in
# Click-Once directory
# Publish Web Output
# Note: Comment the next line if you want to checkin your web deploy settings,
# but database connection strings (with potential passwords) will be unencrypted
# Microsoft Azure Web App publish settings. Comment the next line if you want to
# checkin your Azure Web App publish settings, but sensitive information contained
# in these scripts will be unencrypted
# NuGet Packages
# NuGet Symbol Packages
# The packages folder can be ignored because of Package Restore
# except build/, which is used as an MSBuild target.
# Uncomment if necessary however generally it will be regenerated when needed
# NuGet v3's project.json files produces more ignorable files
# Nuget personal access tokens and Credentials
# Microsoft Azure Build Output
# Microsoft Azure Emulator
# Windows Store app package directories and files
# Visual Studio cache files
# files ending in .cache can be ignored
# but keep track of directories ending in .cache
# Others
# Including strong name files can present a security risk
# (
# Since there are multiple workflows, uncomment next line to ignore bower_components
# (
# RIA/Silverlight projects
# Backup & report files from converting an old project file
# to a newer Visual Studio version. Backup files are not needed,
# because we have git ;-)
# SQL Server files
# Business Intelligence projects
*- [Bb]ackup.rdl
*- [Bb]ackup ([0-9]).rdl
*- [Bb]ackup ([0-9][0-9]).rdl
# Microsoft Fakes
# GhostDoc plugin setting file
# Node.js Tools for Visual Studio
# Visual Studio 6 build log
# Visual Studio 6 workspace options file
# Visual Studio 6 auto-generated workspace file (contains which files were open etc.)
# Visual Studio LightSwitch build output
# Paket dependency manager
# FAKE - F# Make
# CodeRush personal settings
# Python Tools for Visual Studio (PTVS)
# Cake - Uncomment if you are using it
# tools/**
# !tools/packages.config
# Tabs Studio
# Telerik's JustMock configuration file
# BizTalk build output
# OpenCover UI analysis results
# Azure Stream Analytics local run output
# MSBuild Binary and Structured Log
# NVidia Nsight GPU debugger configuration file
# MFractors (Xamarin productivity tool) working folder
# Local History for Visual Studio
# BeatPulse healthcheck temp database
# Backup folder for Package Reference Convert tool in Visual Studio 2017
# Ionide (cross platform F# VS Code tools) working folder
# Fody - auto-generated XML schema
# VS Code files for those working on multiple tools
# Local History for Visual Studio Code
# Windows Installer files from build outputs
# JetBrains Rider
### Git ###
# Created by git for backups. To disable backups in Git:
# $ git config --global mergetool.keepBackup false
# Created by git when using merge tools for conflicts
### vs ###
# User-specific files
# User-specific files (MonoDevelop/Xamarin Studio)
# Mono auto generated files
# Build results
# Visual Studio 2015/2017 cache/options directory
# Uncomment if you have tasks that create the project's static files in wwwroot
# Visual Studio 2017 auto generated files
# MSTest test Results
# NUnit
# Build Results of an ATL Project
# Benchmark Results
# .NET Core
# StyleCop
# Files built by Visual Studio
# Chutzpah Test files
# Visual C++ cache files
# Visual Studio profiler
# Visual Studio Trace Files
# TFS 2012 Local Workspace
# Guidance Automation Toolkit
# ReSharper is a .NET coding add-in
# TeamCity is a build add-in
# DotCover is a Code Coverage Tool
# AxoCover is a Code Coverage Tool
# Coverlet is a free, cross platform Code Coverage Tool
coverage*[.json, .xml, .info]
# Visual Studio code coverage results
# NCrunch
# MightyMoose
# Web workbench (sass)
# Installshield output folder
# DocProject is a documentation generator add-in
# Click-Once directory
# Publish Web Output
# Note: Comment the next line if you want to checkin your web deploy settings,
# but database connection strings (with potential passwords) will be unencrypted
# Microsoft Azure Web App publish settings. Comment the next line if you want to
# checkin your Azure Web App publish settings, but sensitive information contained
# in these scripts will be unencrypted
# NuGet Packages
# NuGet Symbol Packages
# The packages folder can be ignored because of Package Restore
# except build/, which is used as an MSBuild target.
# Uncomment if necessary however generally it will be regenerated when needed
# NuGet v3's project.json files produces more ignorable files
# Microsoft Azure Build Output
# Microsoft Azure Emulator
# Windows Store app package directories and files
# Visual Studio cache files
# files ending in .cache can be ignored
# but keep track of directories ending in .cache
# Others
# Including strong name files can present a security risk
# (
# Since there are multiple workflows, uncomment next line to ignore bower_components
# (
# RIA/Silverlight projects
# Backup & report files from converting an old project file
# to a newer Visual Studio version. Backup files are not needed,
# because we have git ;-)
# SQL Server files
# Business Intelligence projects
# Microsoft Fakes
# GhostDoc plugin setting file
# Node.js Tools for Visual Studio
# Visual Studio 6 build log
# Visual Studio 6 workspace options file
# Visual Studio 6 auto-generated workspace file (contains which files were open etc.)
# Visual Studio LightSwitch build output
# Paket dependency manager
# FAKE - F# Make
# CodeRush personal settings
# Python Tools for Visual Studio (PTVS)
# Cake - Uncomment if you are using it
# tools/**
# !tools/packages.config
# Tabs Studio
# Telerik's JustMock configuration file
# BizTalk build output
# OpenCover UI analysis results
# Azure Stream Analytics local run output
# MSBuild Binary and Structured Log
# NVidia Nsight GPU debugger configuration file
# MFractors (Xamarin productivity tool) working folder
# Local History for Visual Studio
# BeatPulse healthcheck temp database
# Backup folder for Package Reference Convert tool in Visual Studio 2017
# Ionide (cross platform F# VS Code tools) working folder

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# TrustedUninstaller CLI
CLI tool for running Playbooks.
## Usage
See our [CLI guide](hgttps:/d) for detailed instructions.
## Compilation
1. Clone the repository
git clone
2. Open TrustedUninstaller.sln with Visual Studo or JetBrains Rider
3. Set the configuration to **Release**
4. Build TrustedUninstaller.CLI
## License
This tool has an [MIT license](, which waives any requirements or rules governing the source code’s use, removing politics from the equation.
Since this project makes major alterations to the operating system and has the ability to install software during this process, it is imperative that we **provide its source code for auditing purposes.**
This has not only helped us build trust, and make our project stand out among the crowd, but has also led to many community contributions along the way.

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<supportedRuntime version="v4.0" sku=".NETFramework,Version=v4.7.2" />
<assemblyBinding xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v1">
<assemblyIdentity name="System.Runtime.CompilerServices.Unsafe" publicKeyToken="b03f5f7f11d50a3a" culture="neutral" />
<bindingRedirect oldVersion="" newVersion="" />
<assemblyIdentity name="SQLitePCLRaw.core" publicKeyToken="1488e028ca7ab535" culture="neutral" />
<bindingRedirect oldVersion="" newVersion="" />
<assemblyIdentity name="System.IO.Compression" publicKeyToken="b77a5c561934e089" culture="neutral" />
<bindingRedirect oldVersion="" newVersion="" />
<assemblyIdentity name="mscorlib" publicKeyToken="b77a5c561934e089" culture="neutral" />
<bindingRedirect oldVersion="" newVersion="" />

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using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Linq;
using System.Reflection;
using System.Windows;
using TrustedUninstaller.Shared;
namespace TrustedUninstaller.CLI
public class CLI
private static async System.Threading.Tasks.Task<int> Main(string[] args)
//Needed after defender removal's reboot, the "current directory" will be set to System32
//After the auto start up.
if (!WinUtil.IsAdministrator())
System.Console.Error.WriteLine("This program must be launched as an Administrator!");
return -1;
#if !DEBUG
if (!WinUtil.IsGenuineWindows())
System.Console.Error.WriteLine("This program only works on genuine Windows copies!");
return -1;
if (args.Length < 1 || !Directory.Exists(args[0]))
Console.WriteLine("No Playbook selected: Use the GUI to select a playbook to run.");
return -1;
AmeliorationUtil.Playbook = await AmeliorationUtil.DeserializePlaybook(args[0]);
if (!Directory.Exists($"{AmeliorationUtil.Playbook.Path}\\Configuration"))
Console.WriteLine("Creating Configuration folder...");
if (Directory.GetFiles($"{AmeliorationUtil.Playbook.Path}\\Configuration").Length == 0)
Console.WriteLine("Configuration folder is empty, put YAML files in it and restart the application.");
Console.WriteLine($"Current directory: {Directory.GetCurrentDirectory()}");
return -1;
ExtractResourceFolder("resources", Directory.GetCurrentDirectory());
await AmeliorationUtil.StartAmelioration();
return 0;
public static void ExtractResourceFolder(string resource, string dir, bool overwrite = false)
if (!Directory.Exists(dir)) Directory.CreateDirectory(dir);
Assembly assembly = Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly();
var resources = assembly.GetManifestResourceNames().Where(res => res.StartsWith($"TrustedUninstaller.CLI.Properties"));
foreach (var obj in resources)
using (UnmanagedMemoryStream stream = (UnmanagedMemoryStream)assembly.GetManifestResourceStream(obj))
int MB = 1024 * 1024;
int offset = -MB;
var file = dir + $"\\{obj.Substring($"TrustedUninstaller.CLI.Properties.{resource}.".Length).Replace("---", "\\")}";
if (file.EndsWith(".gitkeep")) continue;
var fileDir = Path.GetDirectoryName(file);
if (fileDir != null && !Directory.Exists(fileDir)) Directory.CreateDirectory(fileDir);
if (File.Exists(file) && !overwrite) continue;
if (File.Exists(file) && overwrite)
catch (Exception e)
if (!Directory.Exists(Directory.GetCurrentDirectory() + "\\Logs"))
Directory.CreateDirectory(Directory.GetCurrentDirectory() + "\\Logs");
using (var writer = new StreamWriter(Path.Combine(Directory.GetCurrentDirectory(), "Logs\\ErrorLog.txt"), true))
writer.WriteLine($"Title: Could not delete existing resource file {file}.\r\nMessage: {e.Message}\r\n\r\nStackTrace: {e.StackTrace}");
writer.WriteLine("\r\nDate/Time: " + DateTime.Now);
using (FileStream fsDlst = new FileStream(file, FileMode.CreateNew, FileAccess.Write))
while (offset + MB < stream.Length)
var buffer = new byte[MB];
offset += MB;
if (offset + MB > stream.Length)
var bytesLeft = stream.Length - offset;
buffer = new byte[bytesLeft];
stream.Seek(offset, SeekOrigin.Begin);
stream.Read(buffer, 0, buffer.Length);
fsDlst.Seek(offset, SeekOrigin.Begin);
fsDlst.Write(buffer, 0, buffer.Length);

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using System.Reflection;
using System.Runtime.CompilerServices;
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;
using TrustedUninstaller.Shared;
// General Information about an assembly is controlled through the following
// set of attributes. Change these attribute values to modify the information
// associated with an assembly.
[assembly: AssemblyTitle("TrustedUninstaller.CLI")]
[assembly: AssemblyDescription("")]
[assembly: AssemblyConfiguration("")]
[assembly: AssemblyCompany("Ameliorated LLC")]
[assembly: AssemblyProduct("TrustedUninstaller.CLI")]
[assembly: AssemblyCopyright("MIT License")]
[assembly: AssemblyTrademark("")]
[assembly: AssemblyCulture("")]
// Setting ComVisible to false makes the types in this assembly not visible
// to COM components. If you need to access a type in this assembly from
// COM, set the ComVisible attribute to true on that type.
[assembly: ComVisible(false)]
// The following GUID is for the ID of the typelib if this project is exposed to COM
[assembly: Guid("476d3799-2cfc-4670-94e5-9af51b234b07")]
// Version information for an assembly consists of the following four values:
// Major Version
// Minor Version
// Build Number
// Revision
// You can specify all the values or you can default the Build and Revision Numbers
// by using the '*' as shown below:
// [assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.*")]
[assembly: AssemblyVersion(Globals.CurrentVersion)]
[assembly: AssemblyFileVersion(Globals.CurrentVersion)]

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Process Hacker
* Updated ExtendedServices plugin:
* Fixed some bugs relating to Windows 8
* Updated OnlineChecks plugin:
* Added upload progress
* Updated UserNotes plugin:
* Fixed bug where process priorities were not actually saved
* Fixed module list not updating properly
* DLL enumeration crash
* Added "Icon click toggles visibility" option
* Re-enabled powerful process termination on 32-bit Windows 8
* Updated UserNotes plugin:
* Added ability to save process priority
* Added "Only for processes with the same command line" option for process comments
* Fixed crash on CPUs without SSE2
* Added App ID column for processes
* Added new ASLR information for Windows 8
* Added Restart to Boot Options and Hybrid Shutdown menu items for
Windows 8
* Added ability to specify processes by their names and inject and
unload DLLs in command line
* Removed 512 character limit when copying text
* Moved Terminator to Miscellaneous menu
* Updated default dbghelp.dll path for Windows SDK v8
* Updated ExtendedServices plugin:
* Added new triggers for Windows 8
* Fixed bug when restarting services
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Improved support for multiple GPUs (again)
* GPU column now respects "Include CPU usage of children" option
* Updated ToolStatus plugin:
* Fixed search box fonts
* Fixed controls not being properly hidden/removed from the window when disabled
* Updated WindowExplorer plugin:
* Fixed window list not displaying Modern UI windows
* Fixed Load Count column sorting bug
* Fixed signature verification on Windows 8
* Fixed task scheduler information on Windows 8
* Fixed drag bug in tree list
* Fixed KProcessHacker bug affecting TmTx objects
* Fixed Run As feature on Windows 8
* Fixed bug where -settings parameter is not propagated
* Fixed tab key behavior on main window
* Fixed recognition of Modern UI windows
* peview now resolves .lnk targets
* Fixed Ctrl+A for processes, services and network connections and
added Ctrl+A for other windows
* Changed confirmation prompts to select the destructive action by
* Updated DotNetTools plugin:
* Fixed inaccurate stack traces for certain .NET programs
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Fixed network graph scaling
* Updated ToolStatus plugin:
* Added search box
* Updated Updater plugin
* Fixed Verification Status column sorting bug in module list
* Fixed rare System Information crash
* Fixed bug in opening process handles
* Fixed freezing when viewing stack traces of certain system threads
* Updated OnlineChecks plugin:
* 2012-01-16: Updated VirusTotal uploader and added hash checking
* Fixed Description column sorting bug
* Fixed notification icon bug
* Added option to show Commit Charge in system information
summary view
* Added -priority and -selectpid command line options
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Improved support for multiple GPUs
* Fixed 100% CPU when starting on some machines
* Improved CPU frequency calculation
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Added GPU node selection
* Fixed incorrect GPU usage calculation
* Graph tooltip position with large cursors
* Fixed .NET process detection
* Fixed incorrect values in Bits column
* This release has significant internal code changes. Please
make sure all plugins are up-to-date.
* Completely new system information window
* Added option to scroll to new processes
* Added option to hide driver services
* Added menu item to copy individual cells
* Improved module scanning
* Added Start Task Manager menu item
* Added Image base to peview
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Added support for new system information window
* Added Disk, Network and GPU tray icons
* Added support for custom fonts in the Disk tab
* Updated Updater plugin:
* Added download speed
* Added remaining time
* Fixed retrieval of version information for certain files
* Fixed driver file names on Windows XP
* Fixed Run As Administrator when used with complex commands
* Added display of token capabilities, user/device claims
and security attributes
* Added ability to change token integrity levels
* Added Description column to service list
* Added option to reset all settings
* Made grid color darker
* Enabled multi-selection in the hidden processes window
* Added UserNotes plugin
* Updated ExtendedNotifications plugin:
* Added Growl support
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Added GPU monitoring
* Added rate columns for disk and network I/O
* Fixed copying lists when plugin columns are enabled
* Freezing when viewing the tooltip for a process with a
very long command line
* Disabled Hidden Processes feature on 64-bit systems
* Added highlighting for metro style apps
* Added Package Name column
* Added package name to process tooltip
* Improved .NET process detection
* Updated OS Context column for Windows 8
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Updated disk monitoring for Windows 8
* Updated memory list information for Windows 8
* Updated WindowExplorer plugin:
* Fixed hook support for low integrity processes
* Fixed memory leaks
* Fixed bug preventing Interrupts/DPCs from being shown
as the max. CPU process on 64-bit systems
* Fixed DEP Status column on 64-bit systems
* Added Private Bytes Delta, ASLR and Subsystem columns
* Added ASLR and Time Stamp columns to modules list
* Added check for debugger in Terminator
* Fixed Show CPU Below 0.01 not respecting locale
* Fixed copying from network list
* Added support for managed thread stacks on x64
* Added column selection for handle list
* Added CPU column to threads list
* Improved module detection
* Added Ideal Processor to Threads tab
* Added pool usage and minimum/maximum working set columns
* Implemented Properties button for Thread handles
* Set descending sort as the default for most numeric columns
* Extended header context menu
* Removed tooltip text truncation
* Improved cycle-based CPU usage calculation
* Set default KProcessHacker security level to only allow
connections when Process Hacker is running as administrator.
See README.txt for instructions on how to restore the old
* Added Updater plugin
* Updated DotNetTools plugin:
* Added managed symbol resolution for thread stacks
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Added Disk tab
* Added Hard Faults, Hard Faults Delta and Peak Threads
columns to process tree list
* Added Firewall Status column
* Fixed file name resolution bug
* Save settings on shutdown/logoff
* Fixed state highlighting bug
* Fixed command line propagation for -elevate
* Fixed tree list mouse wheel handling
* Fixed saving network list
* Added cycle-based CPU usage for Windows 7
* Added Show CPU Below 0.01
* Added OS Context column
* Rewrote graph drawing code for improved performance
* Optimized retrieval of cycle time and private working set
information for Windows 7
* Added Open File Location to process context menu and
reorganized some items
* Added checkboxes to Terminator
* Crash when sorting by Time Stamp
* GDI handle leak in drag selection
* Completely rewritten tree list control:
* Process Name column is now fixed to the left
* Tooltips for column headers
* Improved performance
* Bug fixes
* Added more process tree list columns
* Added Time stamp column to network list
* Date/time display is now swapped (so time is shown before
* Added W3 terminator test
* Added DotNetTools plugin
* Updated ExtendedServices plugin:
* Disabled editing of required privileges for drivers
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Added ETW columns for processes and network connections
* Updated OnlineChecks plugin:
* Added Comodo Instant Malware Analysis
* Updated WindowExplorer plugin:
* Fixed hook bugs
* Fixed Run As This User
* Verification Status sorting
* Added support for setting page priority
* Added elevation support for setting priority
* Added support for automatically using a settings file in
the program directory (e.g. ProcessHacker.exe.settings.xml)
* Improved Run As mechanism
* Updated ExtendedServices plugin:
* Added support for editing triggers
* Added support for editing preshutdown time-out
* Added support for editing required privileges
* Added elevation support for restarting services
* Updated WindowExplorer plugin:
* Added more window properties
* Handle leak
* Updated WindowExplorer plugin
* PE viewer: Added version string to CLR tab
* PE viewer: Added display of delay imports
* PE viewer: Added Load Config tab
* Improved wait analysis
* Added arrows to the service list to indicate whether a
service is running
* Fixed the IPv6-related workaround causing crashes
* Incorrect handling of window positions
* Updated ExtendedServices plugin
* Updated ToolStatus plugin
* Added DEP Status column
* Improved User Name column
* Image file versions
* Workaround for an IPv6-related bug in Windows XP
* DPCs and Interrupts in System Information tooltips
* File dialog crash on Windows XP
* ExtendedTools plugin: WS Watch refresh bug
* ExtendedServices plugin: Option to add a Services menu
for processes
* Command line support for setting process priority and
I/O priority
* Improved termination of explorer.exe
* Icon should restore the main window if it is minimized
* System Information window crashes
* Hide Processes From Other Users and Hide Signed Processes
settings are now saved
* Font selection on Windows XP
* ToolStatus plugin: Always on Top status being reset by
Find Window
* Service-related crashes
* WindowExplorer plugin: sorting in tree list
* Process minidump creation with old versions of dbghelp.dll
* Added copy support to PE viewer
* Added Connect Time, Disconnect Time and Last Input Time
to session properties
* Added more working set counters to the Statistics tab
* Column sort arrows
* CPU usage calculations
* Updated KProcessHacker for Windows 7 SP1
* Added elevation support for more actions
* Added ability to disable plugins
* Updated ToolStatus plugin
* Added Remote Control for sessions
* More command line options
* Memory leaks
* Run As issues with different sessions
* Added WS Watch and other features to ExtendedTools
* Added WindowExplorer plugin
* Properties for hidden processes
* Improved menus
* Debug console can now be closed without affecting the
entire program
* Always on Top issues
* Hang when setting DEP status of a terminating process
* Encoding bug in NetworkTools plugin
* LSA interfacing issues
* Creating dumps of self
* KProcessHacker is now signed, so it works on 64-bit
systems. Thank you to the ReactOS Foundation.
* Added Run As Limited User
* Added CPU, private bytes and I/O history columns
* Added font selection
* Slightly improved highlighting configuration
* High DPI support
* Multi-monitor support in graph tooltips
* DEP status retrieval
* ExtendedTools plugin crash
* Notification icon menu crash
* Memory leaks
* Other small bug fixes
* Added column selection for modules list
* Added wait analysis for 64-bit systems
* Added signature verification for modules
* Added ExtendedTools plugin (Vista and above only)
with Disk and Network information
* Updated ExtendedNotifications plugin: added ability
to log events to a file
* Updated ExtendedServices plugin: new tab on Vista
and above
* Updated ToolStatus plugin: resolves ghost windows
to hung windows
* Environment variables and current directory are
now correctly shown for WOW64 processes
* I/O priority names are now used instead of numbers
* Network list bug
* Memory leaks
* Better service list (including column selection)
* Added Peak Handles
* Process tree sorting is now preserved
* Save works for services and network connections
* Pausing now works correctly with the Network tab
* Added option to display inclusive CPU usages for
collapsed processes
* Added CLR tab to peview
* Added ability to destroy heaps
* Improved process tree list appearance
* Certain command line parameters are now propagated
* Icon handling bugs
* Memory leaks
* Extended tooltips for WOW64 processes
* Vastly improved startup time and lower memory usage
* Added Cycles and Cycles Delta columns
* Added option to disable address resolution for
network connections
* Added Logon Time to session properties
* Added time stamp display to peview
* ToolStatus layout problems
* .NET highlighting crashes
* Run As on Windows XP
* Sorting for most lists is now much faster
* Hide Signed Processes option
* Added plugin for uploading files to online virus
* Added Network tools plugin
* Updated ExtendedServices plugin
* PE viewer now verifies checksums
* Performance improvements
* Fixed service handle leak
* Unmap section views in Memory tab
* Plugin for extended service information (including
recovery information, dependencies and dependents)
* Critical bug for file dialogs on Windows XP
* Esc couldn't close Service Properties on open
* Small bug fixes
* Better Run As behaviour
* Show Processes From All Users option
* Can now unmap section views
* Control over thread affinity
* Window Title and Window Status columns
* Plugin for filtering notifications
* Plugin for toolbar and status bar
* Performance improvements
* Memory leak
* SbieSupport plugin on 64-bit
* Crash when running under certain conditions
* Memory case-insensitive filter
* Process parent association bug
* Process database
* Can add processes to jobs
* Double-clicking in the system information graphs now opens
information for the relevant process
* Setting I/O priority doesn't need KProcessHacker anymore
* Elevation for certain actions
* HKCU key name resolution
* Network connection host resolution
* Information window resizing
* Log clearing
* Plugins support
* Can now unload 32-bit modules on 64-bit systems
* Tasks are shown in tooltips for taskeng.exe/taskhost.exe processes
* Run As can now start processes elevated
* Handle count by type
* Process priorities in notification icon menu
* CSV export
* Relative start times
* Run and Run As shortcuts
* Command line handling
* Process tree selection
* Add Pause key shortcut to pause/resume updates
* Added Ctrl+Tab and Ctrl+Shift+Tab shortcuts
* Grid is a bit darker
* Checks for digital signatures and packing is now
off by default and optional
* MD5 calculation code for files was wrong
* Process record bugs
* First release in the Process Hacker 2.x branch.

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== Process Hacker ==
Process Hacker is licensed under the GNU GPL v3, with exceptions. A full
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== Mini-XML ==
Process Hacker uses Mini-XML licensed under the following terms:
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== PCRE ==
Process Hacker uses Perl-Compatible Regular Expressions licensed under the
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PCRE is a library of functions to support regular expressions whose syntax
and semantics are as close as possible to those of the Perl 5 language.
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== MD5 ==
Process Hacker uses a MD5 implementation licensed under the following terms:
MD5 hash implementation and interface functions
Copyright (c) 2003-2005, Jouni Malinen <>
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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== SHA ==
Process Hacker uses a SHA implementation licensed under the following terms:
Copyright 2004 Filip Navara
Based on public domain SHA code by Steve Reid <>
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== Natural order string comparison ==
Process Hacker uses "strnatcmp.c" licensed under the following terms:
strnatcmp.c -- Perform 'natural order' comparisons of strings in C.
Copyright (C) 2000, 2004 by Martin Pool <mbp sourcefrog net>
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This code has been modified for Process Hacker.

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