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Process Explorer is much like the Task Manager found in Windows but far more comprehensive. Every process can be identified by signature verification. If you don't recognize a running process there is a feature to search for the process online through select search engines. There are options to highlight new objects, deleted objects (processes terminated), services, your running processes, packed images, jobs, relocated DLL files, and .NET processes all in their own customizable colors. Process Explorer is a very useful tool for looking at the running objects on your computer. There is also an option to replace the existing Task Manager with Process Explorer. Download: Process Explorer 16.0 Homepage: Process Explorer View the full article
Microsoft Sysinternals has released Sigcheck 2.0, the latest edition of its digital signature verification tool. Okay, itâ€™s true, a command line utility which scans for signed executables doesnâ€™t exactly sound interesting. At all. But wait: this versionâ€™s new VirusTotal support means it could be a very useful addition to your malware-hunting toolkit. View the full article
Windows Sysinternals is a part of the Microsoft TechNet website which offers technical resources and utilities to manage, diagnose, troubleshoot, and monitor a Microsoft Windows environment. Sysinternals offers users free utilities, most of which are being actively developed by Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell, such as Process Explorer, an advanced version of Windows Task Manager, Autoruns, an advanced manager of startup applications, as well other utilities including command-line tools. The Sysinternals Suite is a bundling of selected utilities, list of tools and download found here. My favorite 5 are listed below. :|: Autoruns for Windows :|: Process Explorer :|: Process Monitor :|: TCPView :|: VMMap Updated: December 16, 2011 Autoruns for Windows v11.2 Process Explorer v15.11 Process Monitor v2.96 TCPView v3.05 VMMap v3.1 What's New: *** Windows Sysinternals Home