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Automating deployments in Configuration Manager with PowerShell

Automating deployments in Configuration Manager with PowerShell

Introduction First of all, thanks to PowerShell magazine for giving me this great honour to post an article here. There have been a few articles about Configuration Manager in PowerShell… Read more »

#PSTip Create mapped network drive using WScript.Network

#PSTip Create mapped network drive using WScript.Network

There are multiple methods of mapping network drives in PowerShell. In the past the net.exe tool was used and since PowerShell 3.0 drives can be persistently mapped using the New-PSDrive… Read more »

Using PowerShell to discover information about your Microsoft SQL Servers

Using PowerShell to discover information about your Microsoft SQL Servers

I’m an infrastructure guy who supports many different products at multiple datacenters in an enterprise environment. One of those products is Microsoft SQL Server which I’ve been supporting since version… Read more »

Kansa: A PowerShell-based incident response framework

Kansa: A PowerShell-based incident response framework

Known unknowns and unknown unknowns If you follow information security, you know that information systems are constantly under attack and often fall victim to adversaries looking to make a quick… Read more »

DSC Resource Kit Wave 5 is available

DSC Resource Kit Wave 5 is available

Windows PowerShell team released DSC Resource Kit Wave 5. This wave has added the following xWordPress: This module contains two resources, xIISWordPressSite and xWordPressSite, as well as example configurations under Samples, which show end-to-end… Read more »

Live Incident Response with PowerShell

Live Incident Response with PowerShell

We often see the offensive capabilities of PowerShell hit the headlines as it is more attractive. It’s good to know and see what attackers do to penetrate your network, execute… Read more »

Investigating PowerShell Attacks

Investigating PowerShell Attacks

“Huh, that’s weird. Look at this system. I think the attacker used PowerShell.” It was late summer 2012, and we were working on an incident response investigation for a Fortune… Read more »

Posh-Shodan module for the Shodan service

Posh-Shodan module for the Shodan service

What is Shodan? Shodan is a search engine that lets one find hosts on the internet using a variety of filters. The search engine is constantly scanning and updating its… Read more »

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