Track Folder Changes: free program that shows file system changes with 3 color codes

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by MrBrian, Dec 31, 2011.

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  1. MrBrian

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  2. davidlynch

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    Really nice: small, effective, useful, portable. I'm going to keep it :)

    thanks for letting us know ;)
     
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  3. MrBrian

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    You're welcome :).

    I'm using it now to see if there is any suspicious file activity on my system.
     
  4. Noob

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    Gotta give it a try :D
     
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    I couldn't say better. :thumb:
     
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    Found anything suspicious? :D Or, just damn boring to look at your system, suspicious-wise? ;)
     
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    Nothing suspicious found and I got to see lots of pretty colors :D.
     
  8. wat0114

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    Will trial shortly. Thanks MrBrian!

    I'd be surprised, actually shocked, if you of all people found anything suspicious on your machine :D :p
     
  9. MrBrian

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    You're welcome :).

    There's a privacy aspect to programs such as these: even a limited user can see file system activity (by file name, not file contents) for the whole system, including other users. I don't know if this merits a separate topic?
     
  10. wat0114

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    I don't know, I think it's okay here. Using AppLocker, or maybe another whitelist approach, one could limit its rights to selected individual users.
     
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