Sysinternals Tools updates: Autoruns 13.96, Process Explorer 16.26, RAMMap 1.52 and Sysmon 10.2

Microsoft has updated Autoruns, Process Explorer, RAMMap and Sysmon from Sysinternals Tools on June 28, 2019. This are maintenance updates to fix some issues.


Within a techcommunity post, Microsoft outlines the improvements of the updated modules.

  • Autoruns v13.96: This release of Autoruns improves the security of loading system libraries
  • Process Explorer v16.26: This update to Process Explorer fixes a memory leak when showing CPU and/or GPU history graphs, display of overflowing metrics on the process properties tab and improves security of loading system libraries.
  • RAMMap v1.52: The ARM64 version of RAMMap "RAMMap64a.exe" is now included.
  • Sysmon v10.2: This update to Sysmon includes the following fixes:
    • Fixed an XML parsing error when there is a comment after a RuleGroup element
    • A config dump issue when both include and exclude rules are used
    • A BSOD on Windows 7 when using named-pipes

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