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NtApiDotNet - Managed .NET library for accessing NT API (c) Google Inc. 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 Developed by James Forshaw This library is written entirely in C# to allow managed applications easy access to various native NT API routines. It's used as the core of the sandbox analysis tools as well as a Powershell Module. The purpose of this library is to make it easier to call into the NT API, handling things like variable length structures and lifetime management. The majority of the exposed classes and methods have XML documentation, which can be used for intellisense or converted into real documentation. Most of the low-level APIs are not documented however, see the code for usage examples. In addition to my own reverse engineering efforts and MSDN documentation the following people or resources have proven invaluable in determing API functionality. Process Hacker Sources: http://processhacker.sourceforge.net/ Windows NT/2000 Native API Reference: Gary Nebbett (ISBN 9781578701995) Alex Ionescu ALPC RPC client code inspired by work by Clement Rouault (@hakril) and Thomas Imbert (@masthoon) at PacSec (https://pacsec.jp/psj17/PSJ2017_Rouault_Imbert_alpc_rpc_pacsec.pdf) And others I've no doubt forgotten. NOTE: It's still a work in progress and it's not designed to act as a documentation source for the entire NT API. There will be bits missing. Patches are welcome to add missing functions or fix bugs, see the CONTRIBUTING file in the root of the solution. Building for PowerShell Core 6.0/.NET Core 2.0 ----------------------------------------- In order to build for PowerShell Core 6.0 use the command line: dotnet build NtApiDotNet\NtApiDotNet.Core.csproj -c Release Building for .NET Core does not currently work in Visual Studio 2017.