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Re: Da Windows in der Standardeinstellung bekannte Dateiendungen (.exe) ausblend

Mindestens diese Dateiendungen lassen eine direkte Ausführung zu - durch doppelklick oder in dem diese durch exec() oder was auch immer aufgerufen wird. Da braucht man nichts mit Dos oder sonst was...

.EXE – An executable program file. Most of the applications running on Windows are .exe files.
.BIN - Binary Executable
.PIF – A program information file for MS-DOS programs. While .PIF files aren’t supposed to contain executable code, Windows will treat .PIFs the same as .EXE files if they contain executable code.
.APPLICATION – An application installer deployed with Microsoft’s ClickOnce technology.
.MSI – A Microsoft installer file. These install other applications on your computer, although applications can also be installed by .exe files.
.MSP – A Windows installer patch file. Used to patch applications deployed with .MSI files.
.COM – The original type of program used by MS-DOS.
.SCR – A Windows screen saver. Windows screen savers can contain executable code.
.HTA – An HTML application. Unlike HTML applications run in browsers, .HTA files are run as trusted applications without sandboxing.
.CPL – A Control Panel file. All of the utilities found in the Windows Control Panel are .CPL files.
.MSC – A Microsoft Management Console file. Applications such as the group policy editor and disk management tool are .MSC files.
.JAR – .JAR files contain executable Java code. If you have the Java runtime installed, .JAR files will be run as programs.
.BAT – A batch file. Contains a list of commands that will be run on your computer if you open it. Originally used by MS-DOS.
.CMD – A batch file. Similar to .BAT, but this file extension was introduced in Windows NT.
.VB, .VBS – A VBScript file. Will execute its included VBScript code if you run it.
.VBE – An encrypted VBScript file. Similar to a VBScript file, but it’s not easy to tell what the file will actually do if you run it.
.JS – A JavaScript file. .JS files are normally used by webpages and are safe if run in Web browsers. However, Windows will run .JS files outside the browser with no sandboxing.
.JSE – An encrypted JavaScript file.
.WS, .WSF – A Windows Script file.
.WSC, .WSH – Windows Script Component and Windows Script Host control files. Used along with with Windows Script files.
.PS1, .PS1XML, .PS2, .PS2XML, .PSC1, .PSC2 – A Windows PowerShell script. Runs PowerShell commands in the order specified in the file.
.MSH, .MSH1, .MSH2, .MSHXML, .MSH1XML, .MSH2XML – A Monad script file. Monad was later renamed PowerShell.

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