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Re: Question for the Windows pros
From: "Dave Korn" <davek_throwaway () hotmail com>
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 15:03:21 -0000
Paul Schmehl wrote in news:81C38B0596641FE18D090A87 () utd59514 utdallas edu
Oh, alright, just one more, then I'll leave it until I've finished my
The spyware has to bring the credentials with it. The user doesn't *have*
the credentials. It *gets* them from the process in question. That's a
bit different. The user has the right to impersonate within the context
of a process. The process must already have the credentials to elevate,
or the user gets nothing (if I'm understanding impersonation correctly.)
You aren't, sorry! This is in fact almost exactly back-to-front: the user
*does* have credentials, and processes inherit their credentials from the
user who launches the process.
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Re: Question for the Windows pros Nicolas RUFF (Jan 19)