Windows Sysinternals is a bundled single suite of various individual tools meant for troubleshooting along with help files. Sysinternals was initiated by Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell in 1996. At that time it was hosted on a live website where they kept their advanced system utilities and technical information.
Sysinternals suite is a collection of utilities which can help an IT pro or developer to manage, troubleshoot and diagnose a Windows System and applications. Whats new in this update:
- Autoruns v11.3: This update to Autoruns, a utility that shows the executables, drivers, and DLLs configured to autostart, adds several new autostart locations, sets a file association for its log file extension, reports the target of Rundll32 and other host executables, and fixes several bugs.
- LiveKd v5.2: LiveKd, a command-line utility for performing live read-only debugging of the local system and virtual machines, now includes an option that has it generate a fully-consistent kernel dump file of a running system.
- Strings v2.5: Strings, a command-line utility that dumps a file’s printable UNICODE and ASCII strings, adds an option to specify the starting offset in the file from where it will scan for strings.
- Trojan Horse, Mark’s Sequel to Zero Day, Available for Pre-Order: The sequel to Mark’s popular cyberthriller Zero Day is now available for pre-order. Check out the video trailer, learn more about Jeff Aiken’s fight against cyber-espionage on a global scale, and preorder your hard cover or ebook copy today at the Trojan Horse web site.
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