Hello all, I'm not so good with english, so forgive me if I make a mistake.
First I want to say that iTalc is a nice app, really useful, and I want to
help to do it even better (I've got some experience with c/c++). But.. like
any other software it has some bugs :]
I'm using Win 7 in a classroom (teacher and students). When the teacher
sends a "lock" or "lock all" command the students can unlock through
windows task manager (ctrl + alt + del). They can shutdown the process that
locks the computer. The iTalc client can't be seen by the user through
windows task manager and I think that the "lock process" would be like that.
I could prevent students to execute the task manager but it's not nice :]
So... where's the code that hide the iTalc client? I could copy it to the
source of the "lock" program. By the way, I could not understand the
folders in the source code: ica, ima, imc.. what their names mean?
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