Process Explorer v17.03, PsTools v2.5, Sysmon 1.1.1 for Linux, and TCPView v4.18
Process Explorer v17.03
This update to Process Explorer, an advanced process, DLL, and handle viewing utility, adds improved packaged app support, fixes a dark mode bug, and fixes a security bug.
This update to PsTools, a suite of programs for interacting with local or remote Windows systems, fixes command-line argument processing issues in several tools.
PsExec, a light-weight telnet/ssh alternative for launching processes on Windows, now supports file paths longer than MAX_PATH characters.
PsPing, a tool implementing the standard ping functionality, alongside TCP/UDP latency and bandwidth measurements, receives bugfixes for its benchmarks, and now uses random data for communication buffers.
PsShutdown, a command-line utility for managing local or remote shut down, reboot, logoff, or lock for Windows computers, now displays its notification dialog on the target machine, and has a new flag, -x, for turning the monitor off, required to initiate Modern Standby where applicable.
, PsGetSid v1.46
, PsInfo v1.79
, PsKill v1.17
, PsList v1.41
, PsLogList v2.82
, PsPasswd v1.25
, PsService v2.26
, and PsSuspend v1.08
have been also updated to work with long file paths and command lines.
Sysmon 1.1.1 for Linux
This update to Sysmon for Linux removes support for Ubuntu 18.04, Debian 10 and includes other fixes.
TCPView, a Windows program that shows detailed listings of all TCP and UDP endpoints, receives a fix for a crash that can occur when receiving events in certain cases, and improvements for the dark mode.