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Personally, I don't think there is a way to protect a winxp admin account from being hacked, because it's very easy to remove the password for admin (or any) account. When the password is removed, the hacker will gain full access to the computer.
Most hackers gain access to others computer through open ports, this way a hacker can't be detected by any antivirus or firewall software. While the hacker is undercover inside your computer theres almost nothing you can do, because you think theres no problem with your PC. Also consider that hackers are experts when covering their tracks, this would make difficult to know from where this intruder comes.
The anti-hacking code would have to track the hackers Ip address and then hack the hacker's PC and trigger the shutdown routine. Let's say that the anti-hacking code can track the hacker's real Ip (which is very difficult considering that the hacker is covering his tracks and showing fake Ip), when the code reaches the hacker's PC it has to get inside and order the operating system to shut down (in less words, hack the hacker).
This is a very difficult thing to make and demands high knowledge not only of the TCP and UDP protocol but knowledge of the other's computer.
Concluding, it is possible to program many softwares that one can use to gather information about the intruder's PC and manage a way to shut down the hacker's PC before he/she shuts down yours. It does not exists a code which automatically shuts down a hacker's PC.
Not really sure what you mean. There is know one tool that can just "hack" what you want out of it. Hacking or (by what I think you mean) Cracking are complicated process and logical methods. Using a tool isn't hacking, a tool can help a hacker but is not going to do the job for. Script kiddies often do this and actually have no knowledge of what they are doing or how they are doing it at all?
If you are serious about learning about hacing then there are plenty of security books out there, and even CEH certifications you can do but if you are looking to crack software you are unlikely to find help on here. Try usenet or the like.