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Attack Surface Analyzer v2.3.299
Attack Surface Analyzer v2.3.299 A Microsoft developed open source security tool that analyzes the attack surface of a target system and reports on potential security vulnerabilities introduced during the installation of software or system misconfiguration. Attack Surface Analyzer 1.0 from Microsoft was released in 2012 and is no longer available. Attack Surface Analyzer 1.0 has been valuable to software developers and IT security personnel for years in helping detect key system changes that may occur from software installation. Attack Surface Analyzer 2 is a rewrite from the ground up on .NET Core and is an Open Source project managed by Microsoft. Scenarios 1) Attack Surface Analyzer can help identify potential security risks exposed through changes to services, user accounts, files, network ports, certificate stores, and the system registry. It also includes some support for “live” monitoring of certain system changes (i.e. file system and registry). 2) Another key use for the tool is in ensuring your software development process and products are following best practices for least privilege and reducing the attack surface for your customers by providing evidence, to your security and release teams, that your code does only what it claims. Maintaining customer trust is one reason why it is recommended from the Microsoft SDL Practices. Typical users of ASA: -DevOps Engineers - View changes to the system attack surface introduced when your software is installed. -IT Security Auditors - Evaluate risk presented when third-party software is installed. See How to Run Attack Surface Analyzer. System Requirements Operating System Support ASA is tested on Windows 11, Linux and MacOS systems. No installed pre-requisites or redistributables are required, beyond those of .NET Core. Additional OS compatibility for .NET Core is located here https://github.com/dotnet/core/blob/master/release-notes/3.1/3.1-supported-os.md. This download is for the Windows version. All other download assets are below: MacOS: ASA_macos_2.3.299.zip Linux: ASA_linux_2.3.299.zip NetCore: ASA_netcoreapp_2.3.299.zip Click here ...
5/5 4,624 Jul 11, 2023
Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft’s Surface Diagnostic Toolkit v2.34.139.0
Microsoft’s Surface Diagnostic Toolkit v2.34.139.0 Fix common Surface problems using the Surface Diagnostic Toolkit Before you begin Make sure you have the latest Windows updates. See Install Surface updates. Leave your Surface plugged in to power while downloading and running the tool. Make sure your Surface is connected to the Internet. Save all of your files and close all open apps and programs before you run the tool. How long does it take? The diagnosis and repair time averages 15 minutes or less, but can take an hour or longer and depends on: Internet connection speed. Whether updates need to be installed on your device. The repairs that the tool needs to do to fix the problems.
5/5 5,131 Apr 26, 2019
Microsoft Corp.
   
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