File Submitter: marko
File Submitted: 30 Aug 2010
File Updated: 01 Sep 2010
File Category: Misc
Version No: 3.17
Will Run On: 98/ME/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7
How do you verify whether an application is 64-bit capable or if the Data Execution Prevention (DEP) or the Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) features are used? Do you want to be sure whether your application uses functions that have been recognized as obsolete, and thus presents a potential security risk for your customer´s infrastructure?
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- whether the Data Execution Prevention (DEP) Windows security mechanism is used.
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