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hooking NtCreateFile - finding out what process is calling the api.

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Hello experts,
I am hooking NtCreateFile and I need to know what is the process calling the api (i.e how can i find out if MsWord is trying to create a new doc)?
I am using c++ and WinXp.
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As you are hooked to the current process that is creating the file, you should get the filename of the executable by GetModuleFileName(NULL, ...).

Regards, Alex


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Thanks Alex
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