JP Vossen on 18 May 2008 12:40:10 -0700

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[PLUG] OT: Build-in Windows commands for system analysis

Arguably OT, but I know at least some of us have to deal with Windows, 
and prefer using command line/scriptable tools when possible...

Here are two really interesting articles by Ed Skoudis.  There are some 
great tools that I didn't even know were there.  There's also a neat 
idea for using ping to do a "sleep" since Windows lacks that.

Built-in Windows commands to determine if a system has been hacked
	(part 1 of 2),289483,sid14_gci1303709,00.html
	Things for ps (and more), lsof and grep

More built-in Windows commands for system analysis (part 2 of 2),289483,sid14_gci1313370,00.html
	More like ps, CLI access to the Registry, DNS cache
		and 'for' loops

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