System Console

First of all, the System Console is a multifunctional software for IT professionals and advanced users. The System Console consists of two main parts: the System Console Core and the System Console extensions. The System Console Core has its own window and is a command line interface. It contains embedded many core subsystems, and represents them by API.  The System Console Core can be expanded by adding one or more extensions to obtain additional functionality. Each loaded System Console Extension can utilize the System Console Core Window (command line extensions) or (and) to have own graphic user interface (GUI extensions). Moreover, the extension can use both functionalities, i.e. the command line and a GUI at the same time in same extension. The System Console Core has a number of core commands to interact with the user. However, the main  way how the System Console interacts with the user is through extensions. For example, the System Console can process files (split, merge, edit etc.) only if a special extension "Memory Juggler" (SCMB) is loaded. Moreover, extensions can interact with each other in order to integrate their functions.  For example, by loading another extension - SCFS you will be able to process hard drive data (e.g., partitions or drive sectors) in addition to files. More information see in FAQ section

"Security Navigator" extension (Extension module name: SCEX)

The "Security Expert Pro" user interface consists of several elements. Security Navigator is the main element that allows the user to work with the kernel of the CyberFort security system. The Security Navigator window is split into several work areas, the main of which is the tab area. The main tab shows the list of processes executed by the operating system. It is a permanent tab and cannot be closed, unlike others that are dynamic and can be closed or open when working with the "Security Navigator". Dynamic tabs contain information about the status of log files, data batches, etc. The lower part of the Security Navigator contains an panel "Threats list" that is list of current threats detected by the CyberFort system if any. By default, other panels containing information about the general state of the operating system (e.g., kernel memory, list of modules executed on zero ring, etc.) can be open in the lower area as well. More information see in FAQ section

"Memory Juggler" extension (Extension module name: SCMB)

The "Memory Juggler" extension is the one of most powerful extension. It contains many powerful tools, including a search engine, a hexadecimal editor, an online disassembler etc. However, its main feature is that it supports the Access Descriptor Technology, that allows to utilize the power of the "Memory Juggler" extension for all data sources. This means that the SCMB extension can process data from both external and internal sources. SCMB considers the virtual memory and disk files as internal sources. A good example of an external data source is a hard drive, and the SCFS extension can provide access to such data source for the SCMB extension. SCMB is a dual type extension, which means that it has both a command line and a GUI interface. The GUI part of the SCMB extension is known as the "Memory Juggler". More information see in FAQ section

"System Information" extension (Extension module name: ISYS)

The ISYS extension utilizes the System Console Core API to display information about the operating system internals, modules, processes, threads etc. Usually it is distributed with the System Console Core, although it is not a part of the core. It is a regular extension. More information see in FAQ section

"Storage Processor" extension (Extension module name: SCFS)

The SCFS extension gives you an ability to process data on the hard drive. It contains a number of commands for working with data on the hard drive and recognizes file systems installed on it. By the same token, this extension can restore deleted files in the SCFS partition. With the help of the SCFS extension you can read, write, view hard drive sectors, save sectors to a file and vice versa. Although the SCFS extension can be used on a stand alone basis, the main thing is that you can create an access descriptor that will provide a view of data on an appropriate hard drive and be used together with the Memory Juggler. In other words, using the access descriptor terminology, you can create an access descriptor for a data source on your hard drive. It can be a sector, a number of sectors, a partition or even the whole hard dive. When you open such access descriptor in the Memory Juggler, you will be able to edit hard drive contents, clone any data sets from one hard drive to another storage, find data on a hard drive and much more. More information see in FAQ section