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Jul 5 2013   4:18PM GMT

Sysinternals Updates for Last Month

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Here are the latest updates from Sysinternals!

What’s New (June 20, 2013)

  • Mark’s TechEd Sessions Available On-Demand Mark delivered four top-rated sessions at Microsoft’s TechEd US conference two weeks ago, and the recordings are available now for on-demand viewing. In Windows Azure Infrastructure Services, he gives an overview of the deployment and operation of Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks; in Windows Azure Internals Mark goes under the hood of Windows Azure to show its physical and logical datacenter architecture and operation; in Case of the Unexplained you’ll see how to use the Sysinternals tools to solve impossible problems; and in Malware Hunting with the Sysinternals Tools you’ll learn how to use Sysinternals tools to identify and clean malware infestations.
  • Zoomit v4.5 Zoomit is a screen zooming and annotation tool for technical presentations, and this release introduces better support for zooming in on Windows 8 Windows Store applications.

What’s New (June 4, 2013)

  • Autoruns v11.6 Autoruns is a utility for enumerating and disabling executables and DLLs configured to activate in dozens of autostart registration points.  This update fixes some minor bugs and adds Authenticode SHA1 and SHA256 hash reporting to Autorunsc output.

  • Sigcheck v1.92 Sigcheck is a command-line utility for reporting image version and signature information.  With this update, Sigcheck now includes support for Authenticode SHA256 hashes, which is the same hash type used to identify images by AppLocker.

As always head on over to the source site to get all the goods!

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