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GIV

Ok.

Sure. As you can.

The idea was that i cannot make to work.

Maibe is another way. 

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mrexodia

It looks to me like TESTSIGNING doesn't work. If I use a clean kernel without patches and enable TESTSIGNING it will not load TitanHide.sys, which is weird because it should.

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GIV

I try various instructions on the www and none worked so was kinda weird to me because it should work.

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p4tr3g

Win 7 x64, c:\Windows\System32\drivers\TitanHide.sys - cmd->sc start TitanHide -- File not found. After replacing with x32 TitanHide.sys -- error loading driver. Have not idea what kind of file not found.

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Insid3Code

Link to download TitanHide package recompiled (msvc 2015 U1) and flash demo...
Tested on Windows 7.1 64bit and Windows 8.1 64bit...

http://www.mediafire.com/download/o52b5ptm1lz3qu6/titanhide.rar

 

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mrexodia
10 hours ago, Insid3Code said:

Link to download TitanHide package recompiled (msvc 2015 U1) and flash demo...
Tested on Windows 7.1 64bit and Windows 8.1 64bit...


http://www.mediafire.com/download/o52b5ptm1lz3qu6/titanhide.rar

 

Mirror: https://mega.nz/#!m5AmlLrZ!EFpzM1uvilbOwYVCYtf4V_HV5mJcitPWpmJ0EdCLszA

Did you change anything worth mentioning to the code?

Greetings

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GIV
On 15.03.2016 at 11:34 AM, Insid3Code said:

Link to download TitanHide package recompiled (msvc 2015 U1) and flash demo...
Tested on Windows 7.1 64bit and Windows 8.1 64bit...


http://www.mediafire.com/download/o52b5ptm1lz3qu6/titanhide.rar

 

Hi.

After using your package in Win7X64 SP1 i get the same "Windows require a digitally signed driver" error (in fact is the same thing i did many times before). 

Can you share your ISO file for your Windows7 X64 you used in this demo?

I suspect i use a "wrong" OS build.

:)

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Nemo

have you tried booting in 'Disable Driver Signature Enforcement'  i.e. press f8 during boot and select this option?

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GIV

Yep.

I used KPP Destroyer and selected proper patched boot option.

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GIV

In other order of ideas.

I have try on some Win7X64SP1 builds and the driver install failed.

Could anyone post a link to a build of Win 7 that this driver works?

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mrexodia
On 4/18/2016 at 7:34 AM, GIV said:

In other order of ideas.

I have try on some Win7X64SP1 builds and the driver install failed.

Could anyone post a link to a build of Win 7 that this driver works?

You might want to recompile the driver on Windows 7 yourself. The video that @Insid3Code made probably has the driver compiled for 7.1 (you can check the MinVersion thing in the PE header).

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GIV

I guess that the driver is not the problem.

The problem is that the patches shown for driver signature does not work in my build of Win7.

I am wrong?

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Insid3Code

Hi,

Quote

Can you share your ISO file for your Windows7 X64 you used in this demo?

http://176.99.4.36/Windows%207/Eng/en_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677332.iso
http://176.99.4.36/Windows%207/Eng/

Another iso from the net, you can download and test it, it works with KPP Destroyer...

Before patching:

W1B0icz.gif?1

U4EJqy4.gif?1

 

After Patching (with KPP Destroyer ):

FHCKHCZ.gif?1

wXtVsp7.gif?1

 

So, if you get the following warning message, is just a notification, the patch work fine and the driver is loaded successfully...

3MYoQK6.gif?1

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cyrex1337

im getting invalid handle error on xp x86 sp3 and windows 7 professional x64 (with kpp disabled and testsigning enabled)

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abbas
On 4/22/2016 at 3:42 PM, Insid3Code said:

Hi,


http://176.99.4.36/Windows%207/Eng/en_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677332.iso
http://176.99.4.36/Windows%207/Eng/

Another iso from the net, you can download and test it, it works with KPP Destroyer...

Before patching:

W1B0icz.gif?1

U4EJqy4.gif?1

 

After Patching (with KPP Destroyer ):

FHCKHCZ.gif?1

wXtVsp7.gif?1

 

So, if you get the following warning message, is just a notification, the patch work fine and the driver is loaded successfully...

3MYoQK6.gif?1

win 10 64

i patched the kernel(not sure if correctly)

i create service but when starting it, i get " a device attached to the system is not functioning"

also got that warning msg.the one you say is not a problem

in past i remember i could start it but blue crash afterwards

Edited by abbas (see edit history)

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abbas
14 hours ago, mrexodia said:

yeah i already patched kernel using this.

but getting that error i mentioned.

the boot created has "allow unsigned drivers" ticked.

but still the error persists

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mrexodia

Don't forget to actually select the patched kernel on boot...

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abbas
1 hour ago, mrexodia said:

Don't forget to actually select the patched kernel on boot...

i do

but still signature error.

a couple months ago i could disable SE but win crashed due to kpp.now i cannot enter test mode.i dont know if the patch is correclty done.how can i test is kpp is disabled?

https://ibb.co/cwnAzv

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mrexodia

Just install a fresh vm :D You shouldn't run this on your actual PC anyway...

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abbas
10 hours ago, mrexodia said:

Just install a fresh vm :D You shouldn't run this on your actual PC anyway...

if theres any build/version of windows working let me know.as far as i seen in this thread people had issues with even win 7 64

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mrexodia

I got TitanHide to work on all versions of Windows (XP-10) 

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abbas
40 minutes ago, mrexodia said:

I got TitanHide to work on all versions of Windows (XP-10) 

so why i cannot?!?!?

is there any way to test if kpp is disabled or not?

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mrexodia
On 8/11/2017 at 3:32 PM, abbas said:

so why i cannot?!?!?

If it takes too much time it means you are not ready to use TitanHide:

na7PLGo.png

 

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