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Rtutil 560 10 04 001 00.exe


C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe c0000005 ntdll!. 000000000006fd64 40 06 07 00 00 04 00 00 – 01 00 00 00 40 06 07 00.@…..@.
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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]. 10:16:41 PM (UTC). 20/04/12 (10:16:41). Rtutil 560 10 04 001 00.exe nco.rc tuni.rct 994 12 tuni.rct. Version 7.1.360..
Feb 6, 2014
nei@giga-scsi:~$ chmod +x file.jpg
nei@giga-scsi:~$ file.jpg
file.jpg: JPEG image data, JFIF standard 1.01, maximum quality 10
File type: JPEG image data, JFIF standard 1.01, maximum quality 10
File size: 37142 bytes
SECTION:.text decoder.object, code
Offset value = 0x207401FF
+0x0018 DEFCLASS expop
+0x0018 HEADER expop
+0x01F8 HEADER lop
+0x0200 HEADER avlop
+0x0280 HEADER avlop
+0x030C HEADER lop
+0x0320 HEADER avlop
+0x0400 HEADER avlop
+0x0C00 HEADER lop
+0x0D80 HEADER avlop
+0x0F80 HEADER lop
+0x1000 HEADER lop
+0x1040 HEADER lop
+0x1080 HEADER


Apr 10, 2014
0c10:1684:8ccd:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0001. iedw.exe 07/24 11:24:11 [0C10:1684:8ccd:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0001] 08/16/2004 11:29 PM 60,556 BUILTIN\Administrators iedw.exe. 08/04/2004 01:56 AM 44,032 BUILTIN\Administrators rtutils.dll
046c 01a4 0 01/09 10:05:04 [C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k tapisrv: 046c]. 0x76e30000 0x76e3c000 49152 C:\WINDOWS\system32\rtutils.dll
Rtutil 560 10 04 001 00.exe

** I’m referring to “Windows Defender” here.
For testing purposes the simplest test is:

Swap out your C:\Windows\System32\rtutils.dll file
1. Check what new things Windows Defender has noticed about your computer
2. Reinstall your rtutils.dll
3. Reinstall Windows Defender.

How can that rtutils.dll (.Net) be used to detect changes to your computer? Is there some other database in the program that could do this instead? Would it be possible to compare two different versions of this rtutils.dll, if there is a public database of some sort?


I finally found an answer. The files are generated by aday.exe in the Win32
etapi32.dll file.
For example, I was running my tests on Windows 7 with the Office 2010 product key. I installed the Office 2010 beta and installed all the individual components (I tried to avoid the trial setups). Microsoft introduced nLets and nLets Usage Privileges that Microsoft has been tracking in a database.
I had all the mandatory C:\Windows\system32\rtutils.dll files installed. I had Office and other software that also tracked in this database (i.e. all the time and system logs).
I generated the following files and then successfully installed the trial/production rtutils.dll file. I then was able to verify all the information in the “Custom

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