Daemon monitor what is executed?

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    Daemon monitor what is executed?

    Is there a way for a program with root priviliges to monitor what is being executed and kill it if it wants to?
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    "Daemon" "root priviliges"

    You sure you are on the right board?

    If so then yes there are a number of ways...there are APIs to enumerate processes, raise privilage and terminate processes. I suppose you could also achive this under WMI.

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    ok, sorry new to windows dont know the terminology

    how do i monitor to see if a program is run?
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