Updates: NotMyFault, ProcMon v 3.01, TestLimit v 5.2, Mark’s Webcasts and Windows Internals 6th Edition, Part 1

NotMyFault: Notmyfault is a tool used in the Windows Internals books to show how common device driver bugs affect a system. This update includes numerous enhancements contributed by Dan Pearson, including new crash types, a revamped user interface, and it reports of the amount of pool it has leaked.

Process Monitor v3.01: This update to Process Monitor, a real-time file, registry, process and network monitor, adds decoding of several new Windows 8 file system control codes, including offload read and write, and now obtains image version information for 32-bit DLLs when run on 64-bit Windows.

TestLimit v5.2: Testlimit, a demonstration tool used in the Windows Internals books to illustrate resource usage concepts, has minor enhancements including filling memory that it allocates with an identifiable string.

Mark’s Webcasts - Zero Day: A Non-Fiction View: Mark makes the case for how his hit cyberthriller, Zero Day, is likely to be realized  in non-fiction form in this 20-minute short version of his popular RSA Conference session.

Windows Internals 6th Edition, Part 1: We’re excited to announce that Part 1 of Windows Internals, 6th Edition, is now available for order in hard copy and multiple ebook formats. This edition, like previous ones, makes heavy use of the Sysinternals to demonstrate key concepts. It covers Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 and the amount of new material required splitting the book into two volumes (Part 2 will be available soon). The first volume includes system concepts; architecture overview; system mechanisms; management mechanisms; processes, threads and jobs; security; and networking.

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