Windows 10: security implications of posting BSOD mini-dump and sysinfo for Win10 x64

Discus and support security implications of posting BSOD mini-dump and sysinfo for Win10 x64 in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; Hello -- As part of troubleshooting BSOD, there is recommended procedure to post memory mini-dump and sysinfo information. Reference PROCEDURE HERE.... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by gadsblah, May 2, 2020.

  1. gadsblah Win User

    security implications of posting BSOD mini-dump and sysinfo for Win10 x64


    Hello -- As part of troubleshooting BSOD, there is recommended procedure to post memory mini-dump and sysinfo information.


    Reference PROCEDURE HERE.


    What are the security implications, if any, of doing this for community/public view?


    I understand in the PAST win XP, Win7, etc that posting such files could include administrative system passwords?


    Could a mini-dump include passwords used by Chrome Browser extension like Lastpass, etc?


    thanks in adv. -GA

    :)
     
    gadsblah, May 2, 2020
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  2. gadsblah Win User

    reboot with bugcheck .. minidump/sysinfo attached

    win10 x65 1909 (18363.720) rebooted in middle of night (3:17am).

    Note the machine should have been in SLEEP mode. unsure why it was awake in first place.

    per BSOD article below, I collected both mini-dump and full dump, sysinfo, etc.

    I have posted mini-dump and sysinfo to following:

    Win10 crash.zip

    System is home Desktop used for business.

    UEFI

    never overclocked

    no recent hardware changes (has not changed since video card upgrade more than year ago).

    last software update was Win10 update and new version of Acronis True Image (in the last week).

    Cylance Protect endpoint

    Lot's of software installed for business and personal use.

    reference
    bugcheck howto



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    gadsblah, May 2, 2020
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  3. Understand the BSOD mini dump errors

    On Sept 10th I experienced very bad failures (BSOD) which cycled up to 10 times and finally I gave up and did a system reset (clean install with a delete on all software but keeps all the files safe).

    After that the same day, I tried again after the clean install and still there were 2 BSOD and I gave up entirely.

    Since then I haven't touched my PC and decided to give it one more try. This time everything seems OK so far. I have analyzed the mini dump files to trace back what caused the problem.

    These are my findings so far:

    these are the images

    Here is another one from another dump file:

    All the dump files upto this date is located here

    UPDATE Sunday 09-17: BSOD again today ! The mini-dump analysis doesn't make any sense to the previous two! This latest dump file is located here

    Since then, I have been going back and forth with every installed software drivers, to make sure they are up to date. I however tried to do a firmware upgrade on my SSD containing the OS. But that gave me an IDE/AHCI incompatibility error which I believe is for another post here.

    EDIT: ALL DUMP FILES HERE

    However I would greatly appreciate it if any one could give me further insights into this analysis. I would like to find the root cause of the problem and resolve it.
     
    abhilash sukumari, May 2, 2020
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  4. security implications of posting BSOD mini-dump and sysinfo for Win10 x64

    BSOD Windows 10 Issues - Mini-Dump Attached

    Hello, I've been getting BSOD since I updated some drivers. I'm not sure which driver though or if its really a driver problem or not.

    Here is a link to my mini-dump:

    https://www.mediafire.com/file/5a3goqf7bcvbean/Mini-Dump.zip/file

    I put all four mini dumps in there, latest one is from this morning and the others are from last night.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.
     
    FlowerOfLife, May 2, 2020
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