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just found SysInspector by Eset....


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#1 kylejw1990

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Posted 05 August 2014 - 09:02 AM

I am still playing with it as i found it last night but why is it not used more? what does a DDS log have/show that makes it preferable over something like this? 

 

while the GUI is nice, i am actually just happy with the information as well as the filtering options..

 

I have been digging through my laptops information and i see some stuff that needs cleaning out for example:

"Command Line" = "c:\program files\pastaleads\scheduledtask.exe" ( 5: Unknown ) ; 
"c:\Windows\System32\Tasks\PastaQuotes
 
I am just asking for your opinions on SysInspector!! thanks 


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Posted 05 August 2014 - 03:08 PM

ESET SysInspector is an analytical and diagnostic tool for Windows NT based systems from ESET, the developer of NOD32 Antivirus. The tool can be used to examine and investigate suspicious system behavior often caused by a malware infection as well as for troubleshooting a variety of issues. It looks at the OS and captures details such as running processes, services, registry entries, drivers, system information and network connections. SysInspector inspects the computer and generates a detailed report (usually quite large) assigning each entry a color-coded risk level. The report can be uploaded for an expert to diagnose. The "Compare Logs" functionality allows you to keep track of system modifications simplifying the process of identifying potential problems.

SysInspector has been around for several years. While anyone can use it, the tool was really intended for ESET users to generate a log (which can be very large) and submit it to ESET Customer Care of post in the ESET Forums for analysis.

How do I create a SysInspector log and submit it to ESET Customer Care for analysis?
ESET SysInspector System Requirements and download (32-bit, 64-bit)
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