I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but does anyone know if it is possible to disable a program from seeing the process tree?
I have a program that I can only run one instance of. When I try to start it a second time, it doesn't do anything. I would like to create a script that loads the program in a way that I can run multiple instances. Since I assume the program checks the process tree on startup to see if an other instance is already running, I figure disabling access to the process tree could do the trick.
Any ideas anyone?