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Attack Surface Analyzer v2.0.154 (Linux)
Attack Surface Analyzer v2.0.154 (Linux) Attack Surface Analyzer is developed by the Microsoft Customer Security and Trust group. It is the same tool used by Microsoft's internal product groups to catalogue changes made to operating system attack surface by the installation of new software. This version represents a rewrite of the classic tool 1.0 version of the tools released in 2012 which was dedicated to older versions of Windows. Attack Surface Analyzer takes a snapshot of your system state before and after the installation of other software product(s) and displays changes to a number of key elements of the system attack surface. It also allows developers to view changes in the attack surface resulting from the introduction of their code to assess the aggregate attack surface of an organization's line of business applications or on potential customer systems. Potential users of Attack Surface Analyzer include: DevOps Engineers - View changes to the system attack surface introduced when your software is installed. IT Security Auditors - Evaluate risk presented by when third-party software is installed. Core Features The core feature of Attack Surface Analyzer is the ability to "diff" an operating system's security configuration, before and after a software component is installed. This is important because most installation processes require elevated privileges, and once granted, can lead to unintended system configuration changes. Attack Surface Analyzer currently reports on changes to the following operating system components: File system (static snapshot and live monitoring available) User accounts Services Network Ports Certificates Registry (Windows only) All data collected is stored in a local SQLite database called asa.sqlite. How to Use Attack Surface Analyzer Information on how to use Attack Surface Analyzer can be found on the ...
5/5 167 Jul 18, 2019
Microsoft Corp.
Attack Surface Analyzer v2.0.154 (MacOS)
Attack Surface Analyzer v2.0.154 (MacOS) Attack Surface Analyzer is developed by the Microsoft Customer Security and Trust group. It is the same tool used by Microsoft's internal product groups to catalogue changes made to operating system attack surface by the installation of new software. This version represents a rewrite of the classic tool 1.0 version of the tools released in 2012 which was dedicated to older versions of Windows. Attack Surface Analyzer takes a snapshot of your system state before and after the installation of other software product(s) and displays changes to a number of key elements of the system attack surface. It also allows developers to view changes in the attack surface resulting from the introduction of their code to assess the aggregate attack surface of an organization's line of business applications or on potential customer systems. Potential users of Attack Surface Analyzer include: DevOps Engineers - View changes to the system attack surface introduced when your software is installed. IT Security Auditors - Evaluate risk presented by when third-party software is installed. Core Features The core feature of Attack Surface Analyzer is the ability to "diff" an operating system's security configuration, before and after a software component is installed. This is important because most installation processes require elevated privileges, and once granted, can lead to unintended system configuration changes. Attack Surface Analyzer currently reports on changes to the following operating system components: File system (static snapshot and live monitoring available) User accounts Services Network Ports Certificates Registry (Windows only) All data collected is stored in a local SQLite database called asa.sqlite. How to Use Attack Surface Analyzer Information on how to use Attack Surface Analyzer can be found on the ...
5/5 164 Jul 18, 2019
Microsoft Corp.
Attack Surface Analyzer v2.0.154 (Windows)
Attack Surface Analyzer v2.0.154 (Windows) Attack Surface Analyzer is developed by the Microsoft Customer Security and Trust group. It is the same tool used by Microsoft's internal product groups to catalogue changes made to operating system attack surface by the installation of new software. This version represents a rewrite of the classic tool 1.0 version of the tools released in 2012 which was dedicated to older versions of Windows. Attack Surface Analyzer takes a snapshot of your system state before and after the installation of other software product(s) and displays changes to a number of key elements of the system attack surface. It also allows developers to view changes in the attack surface resulting from the introduction of their code to assess the aggregate attack surface of an organization's line of business applications or on potential customer systems. Potential users of Attack Surface Analyzer include: DevOps Engineers - View changes to the system attack surface introduced when your software is installed. IT Security Auditors - Evaluate risk presented by when third-party software is installed. Core Features The core feature of Attack Surface Analyzer is the ability to "diff" an operating system's security configuration, before and after a software component is installed. This is important because most installation processes require elevated privileges, and once granted, can lead to unintended system configuration changes. Attack Surface Analyzer currently reports on changes to the following operating system components: File system (static snapshot and live monitoring available) User accounts Services Network Ports Certificates Registry (Windows only) All data collected is stored in a local SQLite database called asa.sqlite. How to Use Attack Surface Analyzer Information on how to use Attack Surface Analyzer can be found on the ...
5/5 188 Jul 18, 2019
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 1,378 Apr 26, 2019
Microsoft Corp.
   
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