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Re: Hiding scheduled tasks in 2K/XP
From: H Carvey <keydet89 () yahoo com>
Date: 3 Jun 2003 19:15:05 -0000

In-Reply-To: <000301c328d6$15c4d780$1202020a () hey>


I've verified this on Win2K SP2.  Interesting. 

I use Perl for system programming on Windows platforms,
particularly for IR and forensics.  The
Win32::TaskScheduler module will completely enumerate
even the hidden (attrib +h) tasks...

I mention this, as I'm putting together a full-blown IR
application that is made up of my scripts, and can be
run from a CD.  This will be included in my upcoming book.


Ive found that you can use attrib.exe on files in
particularly with the +h attribute. "Attrib.exe +h *"
will hide all
scheduled tasks from AT, Scheduled Tasks (both Control
Panel + explorer) =
"dir %windir%\tasks" (unless you use dir /a or have it
set as such in
%dircmd%).  Browsing %windir%\tasks on the cmd line
with "dir /a" is the
only way ive been able to detect jobs that have been
hidden this way. =
run as scheduled. Tested on 2000 SP3 & XP SP1.


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