RSIT - installation and first use

Diagnostic tools such as Random's System Information Tool or RSIT can make a detailed analysis of the computer system and generate elaborate reports regarding its efficiency, resource utilisation etc. After installation, first use of the RSIT generates two reports infot and logt. In subsequent runs, only the logt is generated. The logt report contains general information about the RSIT version, OS, hard disk, RAM etc. that can be used to identify causes for delays in the computer if any. The infot is generated during the first use right after the installation of the RSIT and consists of a list of software, security software and environment variable amongst others.


Hijackthis has not evolved since 2007 and although it is a very efficient tool, it is rapidly becoming inadequate; we often need to use diagnostic tools that make further analysis and generate longer reports...Random's System Information Tool (RSIT), created by Random/Random, is one such tool.

Installation and first use

Download Here and save it to your desktop.

Double-click to launch RSITe

Click Continue until the Disclaimer window is dislayed

If the HijackThis utility (current version) is not present or not detected on your computer, RSIT will download it (allow access in your firewall, if requested) and you must accept the license.

Launch the scan.

You'll see that during the first use of RSIT, there are two reports that appear: Infot and logt.

After this, there will only be the logt that will appear.

infot Report

It lists all the programs installed in the "Uninstall list" (this is especially useful at the end of disinfection, to identify programs that need updating).

It displays a sample of the host file in the "Hosts File" section, which can show an empty hosts file or a hosts file that was modified by security software to block malicious sites.

The list of security software installed, based on the Windows Security Center (which does not always detect all) in the "Information Security Center"

The "System event log" gives information from the Windows Event Log.

Finally, the "Environment variables" correspond to environment variables.

logt Report

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