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in which program can we examine a software behavior.


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Hi.
What is the tool or program to track activities of windows applications?

There is Regmon but it sees how applications use the Registry and not how they use Files. So what tools are there that see what applications are installing in windows, copying files, writing new files, deleting files, changing system files...?

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Process Explorer
http://technet.micro...s/bb896653.aspx

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It's not really what i meant SpywareDr :)

There is a good example in this web page where they examine how does a software modify the system:
http://www.siteadvis...nloads/3092740/

who can help?
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Process Monitor v2.91
http://technet.micro...s/bb896645.aspx

How to Use Process Monitor to Track Events and Generate a Log File
http://www.winhelpon...erate-log-file/

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