Win32 Kernel Rootkits hide running processes from users using techniques like Kernel Native API Hooking, or by directly unlinking the process's EPROCESS entry from ActiveProcessLinks. Such techniques are very effective in hiding processes, and are very difficult to detect with user-mode tools.
This proof-of-concept tool demonstrates how hidden processes can be detected by directly traversing both the Kernel's ActiveProcessList and the Kernel scheduler's ETHREAD lists. This tool can also traverse the Kernel's PsLoadedModuleList to detect kernel modules/drivers that are hidden by hooking the ZwQuerySystemInformation native API.
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