FYI Extensive list of Native Windows Executables

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Duckpaddle

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Too much time on my hands, I found this extensive list of Windows Executables, with command line documentation. Including the Non-Documented programs.

Lolbas Project
 
Just for kicks, I looked at the properties of my Windows folder in Windows 7, most of which are executable. There were ~ 46,000 files. Since that list has 155 entries, maybe they need to add some. :) Interesting idea though. Since some of the verbiage on the page talked about Att&ck, which I presume means attack, I didn't click on any links. Don't know exactly what the project is about. Maybe white hat, gray hat, or black hat.

May your bits be stable and your interfaces be fast. :cool: Ron
 
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Just for kicks, I looked at the properties of my Windows folder in Windows 7, most of which are executable. There were ~ 46,000 files. Since that list has 155 entries, maybe they need to add some. :) Interesting idea though. Since some of the verbiage on the page talked about Att&ck, which I presume means attack, I didn't click on any links. Don't know exactly what the project is about. Maybe white hat, gray hat, or black hat.

May your bits be stable and your interfaces be fast. :cool: Ron
As mentioned by EdwinG, ATT&CK is a methodology to model hacker attacks. MITRE is a secret squirrel nest, government contractor....
 
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