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batch or vbs forced BSOD

Is there a way is batch or vbs to force the blue screen of death to appear, or a forced crash. This can happen from stopping the process 'csrss.exe' but it wont close via simple batch or vbs script. How can this be done?

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csrss.exe: Is it possible to get the “Image Path Name” of csrss.exe which is a SYSTEM process?

The windows system process (in Windows 7 for this example) 'csrss.exe' runs as a SYSTEM process and when I go to get (programmatically, of course) the process list with pid, command line, and image path name I get no values for command line or image path name because Windows won't let you grab that information for a SYSTEM process (I believe).

Is there a way I can grab image path name from a SYSTEM process? Does Windows actually prevent you from doing this? Is there a workaround?

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csrss.exe: Hunting down application errors coming from csrss.exe

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The instruction at '...' referenced memory at '...'. The memory could not be 'read'.

Click on OK to terminate the program.


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csrss.exe: Is there a way to inject behavior to csrss.exe and modify/enhance windows console?

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csrss.exe: make a windows 7 machine crash on BSOD

I'm trying to write a windows debug utility and I would need to automatically crash a Windows machine and make a Blue Screen Of Death appear.

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Is there another way to make a Windows machine crash on bsod? Maybe some external library able to kill any process.

I would prefer to use a command line approach since I'm more familiar with it.

csrss.exe: What does the csrss.exe process do?

What is the purpose of the csrss.exe (Client/Server Runtime Server Subsystem) on Windows?

Maybe someone could give a good explanation or pointers to documentation? Unfortunately Google results are pretty noisy when searching a core process of Windows.

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PROCESS_OBJECT: 85eeeb70

IMAGE_NAME

csrss.exe: is ??c:windows path legitimate

I am going to check loading and memory path of process to find malicious processes. for example if csrss.exe is executaed from other path than windows/system32 would be considered malicious. But the result of volatility for common process such as csrss.exe is as follow:

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mapped path : WINDOWSsystem32csrss.exe

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mapped path : WINDOWSsystem32smss.

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update.exe: shellexec and c:program files - x86 and x64 portability

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rundll32.exe: Running a dll using rundll32.exe as a windows service

I was able to run a dll using rundll32.exe .

Now I want to run it as a windows service but it doesn't seem to start and gets timeout.

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Trying something along the lines of ..

sc.exe create service binPath= 'c:windowssystem32 undll32.exe -test.dll -Main'

Trying the suggestions from
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but it doesnt seem to work.

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