Updates: AdExplorer v1.44, Contig v1.7, Coreinfo v3.2, Procdump v5.1

AdExplorer v1.44: This release fixes a bug that caused AdExplorer to crash when it encountered corrupted extended rights schemas. Contig v1.7: Contig is a command-line file defragmentation and fragmentation analysis utility. v1.7 has more detailed fragmentation analysis reporting, fixes a bug that enables creation of contiguous files larger than 8GB, and adds support for setting…

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Updates: Autoruns v11.34, ProcDump v5.0, Sigcheck v1.8, VMMap v3.11

Autoruns v11.34: This release of Autoruns fixes a bug that caused it to not show some Internet Explorer extensions. ProcDump v5.0: Procdump is an advanced utility for capturing process memory dumps based on a variety of triggers including CPU usage, memory usage, performance counter values, and exceptions. Version 5.0 is a major upgrade that adds…

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Updates: Autoruns v11.32, Process Explorer v15.21, Process Monitor v3.02, PSKill v1.15, RAMMap v1.2

Autoruns v11.32: This update fixes a bug that prevented Autoruns from correctly elevating when the Run as Administrator option is selected. Process Explorer v15.21: This update fixes a bug related to the autostart functionality introduced in v15.2, a tooltip display bug, and a bug that prevented display of kernel stacks. Process Monitor v3.02: This release…

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Updates: Process Explorer v15.2, Testlimit v5.21, Pskill v1.14

Process Explorer v15.2: This major update to Process Explorer, a Task Manager replacement, merges Autoruns functionality by adding a new Autostart Location column and property to the process and DLL views that indicates where an image is configured to automatically start or load. It also adds .NET stack walking support to the thread stack dialog,…

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Updates: Coreinfo v3, DebugView v4.77, SDelete v1.6, and Process Explorer v15.04

Coreinfo v3: Coreinfo is a command-line utility that reports detailed information about processor cores and topology, including cache sizes, core-to-socket mappings and NUMA memory latencies.  It now shows the processor features supported by the system’s processors. For example, Coreinfo will show if the processor supports hardware-assisted virtualization and advanced virtualization features like Second Level Address…

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Updates: ProcDump v4.0, Process Monitor v2.96, Process Explorer v15.02, Mark’s Blog: The Case of the Hung Game Launcher, and Zero Day Malware Cleaning with the Sysinternals Tools

ProcDump v4.0: This update for ProcDump, a trigger-based process dump capture utility, enables you to control the contents of the dump with your own minidump callback DLL and adds a new switch, -w, that has ProcDump wait for a specified process to start. Process Monitor v2.96: This release changes the appearance of its tooltips to…

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Updates: Process Explorer v15.01 and TCPView v3.05

Process Explorer v15.01: This update adds the ability to select a custom graph background color, adds paged and nonpaged pool quota columns to the process view, fixes incorrect information on the disk and network process properties dialog on 32-bit Windows, and fixes a GPU tray icon bug.  TCPView v3.05: This update fixes a bug when…

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Updates: release of The Windows Sysinternals Administrator’s Reference, Process Explorer v15, Listdlls v3.1, new utility Findlinks v1, and Mark to Speak at Black Hat US 2011

The Windows Sysinternals Administrator’s Reference: We are excited and proud to announce the release of the official Sysinternals book, The Windows Sysinternals Administrator’s Reference, from Microsoft Press. Written by Sysinternals founder and tool author Mark Russinovich, and Windows expert Aaron Margosis, the book is over 450 pages and covers all 70+ tools in detail, with…

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New Tool: ProcDump v1.0 | Updates: Autoruns v9.51, VMMap v2.1, PsExec v1.96 | Book released: Windows Internals 5th Edition Released!| Webcast: Case of the Unexplained 2009

Windows Internals 5th Edition Released! The 5th Edition of Windows Internals, the official book on the architecture and internals of the Windows operating system, is now available. This release is 25% larger than the 4th Edition and is updated to cover Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Visit the official book page and watch Mark…

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Sysinternals wishes Channel 9 a Happy Birthday!

Channel 9, Microsoft’s direct connection to developers, turned five a few days ago. Mark frequently gives interviews on Channel 9, including his latest on Windows 7 kernel changes, which is Channel 9’s most viewed interview of all time at 550,000 views. Mark was one of the Niners to give Channel 9 a special birthday wish.

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