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Check for Citrix ADC CVE-2019-19781 Vulnerability mitigation 2.2.9

this Script Action checks if the suggested mitigation responder policy is configured and globally bound on the Citrix ADC or Citrix Gateway appliance as described in Citrix knowledgebase article CTX267679 (https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX267679). Note: This Script Action does not perform the suggested mitigation for the management interfaces as it may break administration access. tags:NetScalers, Citrix ADC, Citrix Gateway, Vulnerability, Mitigation,
Created: 2020-01-01
Modified: 2020-01-08
Creator: ebarthel
Downloads: 85

Cap Memory of Process 1.1.2

Set the maximum working set size for a process such that it cannot consume more than that amount of memory. Gives the ability to set a memory limit on a process, such as one with a known memory leak, so that it cannot consume more than the maximum memory specified via the parameter. Additional memory allocations will be allowed by the OS paging out some of the existing working set, generally the least recently used. tags:memory, working set
Created: 2019-06-10
Modified: 2019-12-12
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 48

Show computer CPU details 1.4.7

This script returns the details of the target machine CPU(s) as reported by the OS via WMI, including properties like max clock speed, revision, and status. Use the Verbose option for extra details. tags:cpu,hardware
Created: 2018-12-02
Modified: 2018-12-17
Creator: Ton de Vreede
Downloads: 127

Create process memory dump 2.4.7

Creates a full process memory dump of the chosen process to a file in the folder specified. If the chosen process is werfault.exe then its parent process will be dumped instead Arguments: Dump Folder - the folder in which to create the dump file in the format ..dmp tags:process, memory dump, debugging
Created: 2018-12-01
Modified: 2020-06-04
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 69

Run procmon and sample file access 2.10.45

Run the Sysinternals Process Monitor (procmon) utility for a specified amount of time for a selected process and see which files are most frequently accessed. If a path to an existing procmon executable is not given, it will be downloaded securely from the live.sysinternals.com site. Arguments: Monitor Period - the time in seconds to run the monitoring for. Monitoring for more than 60 seconds is not recommended as this can potentially impact system performance and disk space. Backing file - if not specified this will be in the \windows\temp folder on the system drive which on Citrix PVS booted systems can cause performance issues so specifying a file on a persistent local drive can help alleviate this potential issue. Procmon Location - the location of an existing copy of procmon.exe. If not specified and internet connectivity is available, it will be downloaded. tags:Procmon,IOPS,Disk Activity
Created: 2018-10-01
Modified: 2019-08-08
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 308