Five command line tools to detect Windows hacks

wow, I’ve never even heard of wmic or openfiles as command line tools. Nice article.

Let’s face it, Windows machines get hacked, and in some environments it happens a lot. Fortunately, Microsoft has built numerous tools into Windows so administrators and power users can analyze a machine to determine whether it’s been compromised

Five command line tools to detect Windows hacks : Information Security Expert Tips

 

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  2. There are also some great command-line utilities (including a rootkit detector) available from Sysinternals. They were bought out by Microsoft a few years ago, but the utilities are still updated and still free, available at the MS site.

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  3. Great job, with this blog! Keep it up. Nowadays hackers are everywhere and it?s important that everyone is aware of them, and steps they can they to prevented getting hacked. Thank you for the information given 🙂

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