Over the weekend, Sysinternals creator, Mark Russinovich, announced on Twitter that four applications in the popular utility bundle have been updated.
Here's what's new, changed, and updated (with links):
Process Explorer v16.02: This minor update adds a refresh button to the thread’s stack dialog and ensures that the Virus Total terms of agreement dialog box remains above the main Process Explorer window.
Process Monitor v.3.1: This release adds registry create file disposition (create vs open) and a new switch, /saveapplyfilter, which has Process Monitor apply the current filter to the output file as it saves it.
PSExec v2.1: This update to PsExec, a command-line utility that enables you to execute programs on remote systems without preinstalling an agent, encrypts all communication between local and remote systems, including the transmission of command information such as the user name and password under which the remote program executes.
Sigcheck v2.03: This version corrects a bug that caused the output of the –u switch to include signed files, and fixes several other minor bugs.