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#PSTip Converting to the local time

#PSTip Converting to the local time

Several RSS feeds that I refer regularly have a publication date set to another time zone. For my own tracking purpose, I needed a way to convert it to the local… Read more »

PowerSploit

PowerSploit

PowerSploit is an offensive security framework for penetration testers and reverse engineers. It was born out of the realization that PowerShell was the ideal post-exploitation utility in Windows due to… Read more »

#PSTip Finding if a system has PowerShell 4.0 or later

#PSTip Finding if a system has PowerShell 4.0 or later

Note: This tip requires PowerShell 3.0 or later. I was looking for a way to find if systems in my environment have PowerShell 4.0 or not. I have a mix… Read more »

Security in a Changing World

Security in a Changing World

If you surveyed the landscape of computer security a decade ago, you would find a world completely different than the one we live in today. In the early 2000s, our… Read more »

#PSTip Finding keyboard keys

#PSTip Finding keyboard keys

A previous article in PowerShell Magazine describes how to find keyboard shortcuts in the PowerShell ISE. In this tip we will look at how we can find a key we… Read more »

Posh-SSH: Open Source SSH PowerShell Module

Posh-SSH: Open Source SSH PowerShell Module

What Posh-SSH is a PowerShell 3.0 or newer module for automating tasks against system using the SSH protocol. The module supports only a subset of the capabilities that the different… Read more »

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 6

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 6

When we analyze XML documents with XPath we may need information about number of certain items. For example, we can have an XHTML document with several tables and we can… Read more »

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 5

#PSTip Using XPath in PowerShell, Part 5

XPath has one big disadvantage–it’s case sensitive. Unlike regular expressions, there is no way to “turn it off”. But there is a way around it. To make part of the… Read more »

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