SystemTools DumpSec

SystemTools DumpSec

Free
A tool for displaying multiple reports about your system's security settings
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DumpSec is a light and easy-to-use software application that shows you multiple reports containing very detailed information about your system's security configuration, permissions, audit settings and other related aspects regarding your file system, printers, registry, and other critical areas of your Windows operating system. This way, you can easily detect and document security holes that can compromise the safety of your private information.

The program is very simple and easy to use, though its interface is not very friendly. You can select what kind of information you want to display through the "Report" menu. Once you choose an option, you just have to wait for the program to scan your system and display the appropriate report. Among the type of information you can obtain, you will find the Path (for file system objects), the Account (username), the permissions configuration for both files and directories, the key and the inheritable configuration in case of the system registry, and the audit information, always depending on the type of report you choose. You can also configure what fields to show and hide in the results, which can also be filtered.

DumpSec is fully compatible with Microsoft Windows NT, XP 2000 and 2003.

Ricardo Soria
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use.
  • Light.
  • Very detailed

Cons

  • Not friendly interface.
  • Text based

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