Sysinternals continues to be some of the most popular tools available for administrators of Windows systems. And, they continue to be updated to ensure quality and security, despite the original launch being in 1996.
Here’s what’s updated today…
Sysmon has gotten a full version upgrade and has been updated to version 8.0. This update to Sysmon adds rule tagging, which results in tags appearing in event log entries they generate. It also greatly expands the command-line length logged, fixes a GUID printing bug for parent process GUIDs, and prints friendly registry path names for rename operations.
With the latest update, Autoruns now sits at version 13.90. Autoruns, a comprehensive Windows autostart entry point (ASEP) manager, now includes Runonce\*\Depend keys and GPO logon and logoff locations, as well as fixes a bug in WMI path parsing.
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