Windows 8 Tip of the Day–Sysinternals Updates!
From Robert Mitchell!
A number of SysInternals tools were recently updated. For those of you that use these tools on a regular basis, you might want to grab these updates and add them to your respective collections.
AccessChk v5.11: AccessChk, a command line utility for
dumping the effective permissions and security descriptors for files, registry
keys, processes, tokens, object manager objects, now prefixes Windows 8
application container SIDs with the word “Package”, and includes several minor
Procdump v6.0: 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 6.0 is
a major upgrade that adds the ability to specify multiple filters, attach to a
process by service name, and display/filter on the message text of a CLR or
RAMMap v1.22: RAMMap is a graphic utility that shows
the breakdown of physical memory usage across different dimensions. This
release fixes a bug that could cause a crash when accessing the cached files
page when a cached file’s name exceeded a certain length.
Strings v2.51: This update to Strings, a command-line
utility that prints a file’s embedded Unicode and ASCII strings, fixes a signed
file offset printing bug.