Stop the Task Manager --!

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Thread: Stop the Task Manager --!

  1. #1
    Senior Member
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    Lightbulb Stop the Task Manager --!

    Alright, here some information, it is not much use to normal people, but for people who like Visual Basic, they would like this little toolie.

    The file is attached.

    Edit : The poll is a little wayward in the form that it compares web languages and developing languages, but here we are talking about overall usability, ease of use, user-friendliness of a language.
    \"I have a 386 Pentium.\"

  2. #2

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    em..i use a lot of VB, and i tried that, easy and worked well for me !
    Thanks invader, it has helped me now , nobody can play with my computer.
    I already have kept many restrictions on it, but now , this almost completes the going.

  3. #3
    Just Another Geek
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    I voted for Perl. The basic stuff is easy to learn. It's also very versatile. You can make simple logfile analyzers in just a few lines of code. You can even develop OO code.
    For difficult things, i just try to build it in perl and when it works perlcode is easy to port to C/C++.

    Just a few of the things i use it for:

    Admin NT domains (Win32 modules)
    Analyze logfiles (just a plain perl.exe is all i need then)
    CGI scripts (with or without the CGI modules)
    OLE ( yes you can use perl to import an excel sheet in word)
    simpel socket services
    Quick 'n dirty exploitz ;-)

    And anything else i just happen to need.

    I forgot to mention the fact that plain perl runs on many different Operating Systems without modifications.

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