RAMMap v1.32: This fixes a bug in v1.30 that caused RAMMap to fail on Windows 8.
Sigcheck v2.01: This update fixes a bug in the handling of the -u option that sometimes resulted in Sigcheck reporting signed files.
PsExec v2.0: PsExec, a popular utility for executing processes on remote systems, introduces a new option, -r, that specifies the name PsExec assigns to its remote service. This can improve performance when multiple users are interacting concurrently with a system, since each will have a dedicated PsExec service.
RAMMap v1.3: RAMMap, a graphical utility that provides a comprehensive breakdown of physical memory usage by usage type and process, is updated to work on Windows 8.1.
Sigcheck v2.0: This major update to Sigcheck, a command-line file version and digital signature verification utility, adds integration with the VirusTotal antivirus scanner aggregation service. Sigcheck can now check the status of a file against over 40 antivirus engines and launch the associated online VirusTotal report, and even upload files for scanning that have not already been scanned by VirusTotal. This release also reports the machine type of executable images, whether 16-, 32-, or 64-bit.
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, it now includes support for Authenticode SHA256 hashes, which is the same hash type used to identify images by AppLocker.
Process Explorer v15.31: Process Explorer is a powerful process management utility. This update fixes a bug with copying text from the process properties dialog and adds an option to disable the heatmap display in the process view.
Process Monitor v3.05: Process Monitor is a powerful file, registry, process, thread and network monitoring tool. This update adds a context-menu entry that opens the filter edit dialog with contents prepopulated with the specified row and column value.
Pendmoves v1.2: This update to Pendmoves adds support for 64-bit directories.
Process Explorer v15.3: This major Process Explorer release includes heat-map display for process CPU, private bytes, working set and GPU columns, sortable security groups in the process properties security page, and tooltip reporting of tasks executing in Windows 8 Taskhostex processes. It also creates dump files that match the bitness of the target process and works around a bug introduced in Windows 8 disk counter reporting.
Sigcheck v1.91: This update to Sigcheck prints the link time for executable files instead of the file last-modified time, and fixes a bug introduced in 1.9 where the –q switch didn’t suppress the print out of the banner.
Zoomit v4.42: Zoomit now includes an option to suppress zoom-in and zoom-out animation to better support remote RDP sessions and fixes a bug that caused static zoom to snap to the top and left side of the screen in some cases.
Autoruns v11.41: This Autoruns update reports the hosting image target of link shortcut references.
Handle v3.51: This minor update to Handle, a command-line utility that dumps process handle tables, fixes a bug in its file share drive letter formatting.
Movefile v1.01: Movefile, a utility for scheduling file delete and rename operations for when the system reboots, now correctly handles 64-bit system paths.
Procdump v5.13: This update to Procdump, a command-line utility that generates on-demand and trigger-based process crash dump files, now supports triggers for when process CPU usage, memory consumption or arbitrary performance counters fall below a specified value.
Sigcheck v1.9: Sigcheck, a command-line file-version and signature verification tool, now reports certificate publisher names, capitalizes hash values, and fixes a certificate chain validation bug.
PsPing v1.0: PsPing is a new Sysinternals PsTools command-line utility for measuring network performance. In addition to standard ICMP ping functionality, it can report the latency of connecting to TCP ports, the latency of TCP round-trip communication between systems, and the TCP bandwidth available to a connection between systems. Besides obtaining min, max, and average values in 0.01ms resolution, you can also use PsPing to generate histograms of the results that are easy to import into spreadsheets.
DebugView v4.8: This release of DebugView, a debug output monitoring utility, addresses a bug that could cause DebugView to blue screen on “checked build” (debug) versions of Windows.
Process Explorer v15.23: This update to Process Explorer adds the ability to view the process token of protected processes, fixes a bug that causes a crash when viewing thread stacks on Windows XP, and fixes a bug that causes a crash when running on Windows PE.
Sigcheck v1.81: This update to Sigcheck, a command-line utility for analyzing the digital signatures of executable images, fixes a bug that could cause it to crash when reporting the signing status of images that have invalid signatures.
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 the ability to configure exception filters based on managed and native exception types, extends support to Windows 8 modern applications, and integrates with Process Monitor’s debug output logging.
Sigcheck v1.8: This update to Sigcheck, a command-line file version and digital signature verification utility, shows detailed certificate information such as certificate usage, validity dates, and thumbprints, and also shows a file’s counter-signing chain if it has one.
VMMap v3.11: VMMap, a utility that shows detailed information about a process’ virtual and physical memory usage, now reports commit usage instead of working set in its timeline view and fixes a bug that enables export of captures of 32-bit processes.