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Lets say i am using the old process creation callback (non ex).
Now in this callback, i check certain conditions, and in some cases i terminate the process to disallow it from executing (since we cant just access deny its status, like in the case of Ex Callbacks)
To do so i get a handle to the process using OpOpenObjectByPointer, passing the EPROCESS that i got from PsLookupProcessByProcessID, and then i use ZwTerminateProcess.
My question is, will this method ever cause any problems? What will happen to rest of the callbacks? does windows understand that after i terminate it, it shouldn't call any other callbacks?
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