Für viele ist Mark ein "Gott", seine Sysinternal Tools gehören zu den Pflicht-Werkzeugen im Repertoire und sein Blog steht für "was dort steht stimmt".

Auf Edge ist nun ein Interview abzurufen, über Mark persönlich über die Zukunft von Sysinternals, über NetMon, Windows 8 und 9, usw... 

  • What surprises Mark has had since he joined Microsoft
  • How much time he spends on Sysinternal tools and other things
  • 02:53 - His interaction and stories with Bill Gates
  • 06:16 - What the future of sysinteral / winternal tools looks like
    • 08:21 - considerations for integration with Netmon 3
    • 09:25 - Security monitoring (i.e. AD, WMI, other objects)
  • 12:14 - A day where we don't have to go into so much depth to fix software/computer problems
  • 17:06 - What the future of security holds
  • 24:57 - Problems with behavioral based security mechanisms versus whitelisting / blacklisting
  • 27:10 - With talks of things like Midori, do we need to scrap the entire Windows code base and start over?
    • MinWin
    • The limitations of  Windows now and the future of Windows
  • 34:03 - Should Microsoft make their own PC hardware?

If you decide to tune in for "Over the Edge" at 36:18, you'll find out about:

  • What he likes to do in his free time
  • What country he was born in
  • What languages he speaks
  • What books he reads and recommends
  • If he considers himself an IT Pro or Developer
  • Awards he's receieved
  • Famous Paintings

Quelle: Interview with Mark Russinovich: the future of Sysinternals, Security, Windows | Media | TechNet Edge