Process Hacker v1.7 released
Process Hacker is a free and open source process viewer and memory editor with unique features such as powerful process termination and a Regex memory searcher. It can show services, processes and their threads, modules, handles and memory regions.
- #2873973 - "Columns window improvements"
- New settings system - settings can now be saved anywhere
- Decreased memory and CPU usage
- Process Hacker probably runs on Windows 2000 now
- #2880368 - "Highlight Option dialog does not show current colors"
- #2881084 - "System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException"
- #2881951 - "Invalid cursor handle."
- #2891748 - "Prompt box resize behaviour"
- #2891754 - "Exception in read/write memory if memory list is empty"
- #2891760 - ""Select All" menu in memory tab not working"
- Fixed some crashes on 64-bit when viewing thread stacks
- Remaining network list bugs
Key features of Process Hacker
- Viewing, terminating, suspending and resuming processes.
- Restarting processes, creating dump files, detaching from any debuggers, viewing heaps, injecting DLLs, etc.
- Viewing detailed process information, statistics, and performance information.
- Viewing, terminating, suspending and resuming threads.
- Viewing detailed token information (including modifying privileges).
- Viewing and unloading modules.
- Viewing memory regions.
- Viewing environment variables.
- Viewing and closing handles.
- Viewing, controlling and editing services.
- Viewing and closing network connections.
Process Hacker runs on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows, but certain functionality is only available on 32-bit systems, including:
- Bypassing rootkits and security software when accessing processes, threads, and other objects
- Viewing kernel pool limits
- Viewing hidden processes
- Changing handle attributes
- Viewing kernel-mode stack traces
- .NET Framework 2.0
- Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or above, 32-bit or 64-bit. Please note that certain functionality including detection of hidden processes, full control over all processes and the ability to protect/unprotect processes is only available on 32-bit systems.