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If you use the IntPtr version, use a try/finally block to ensure you call CloseHandle
private static void SuspendProcess(int pid)
var process = Process.GetProcessById(pid);
if (process.ProcessName == string.Empty)
foreach (ProcessThread thread in process.Threads)
using (var handle =
) // using block ensures finalizer closes handle
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