CVE-2019-18935 – Using Powershell to review IIS and Windows Logs (Searching for IoC)

CVE-2019-18935 - Using Powershell to review IIS and Windows Logs (searching for IoC)

This article can be considered a Cyber-Security article more than a Software Development one for the content and part of the vocabulary that will be used but don’t be scared. I wanted to keep it very practical and to give you a simple example of what type of tools everyone can build or use in certain scenarios like in CyberSec and Incident Response. Continue reading “CVE-2019-18935 – Using Powershell to review IIS and Windows Logs (Searching for IoC)”

Base64 Encoding with Powershell and .NET Framework

Base64 Encoding with Powershell and .NET Framework

Today I’ve answered a question in one of my blog articles on SendGrid API and PowerShell on how to add attachments to an email when using the API.
The official documentation is pretty clear if you want to pass a text or binary file as an attachment the SendGrid API is requiring a couple of strings: filename and content in base64,  but in case anybody finds a roadblock here this article it may help you. Continue reading “Base64 Encoding with Powershell and .NET Framework”