I think is very important to remember how much information is stored on our laptops over the years, this is the case also for all wireless networks with (SSID and Passphrase) that our OS stores and use to connect automatically.
Retrieving this information can be performed either via the GUI or CLI, but I was never happy with the way the information was presented. Continue reading “How to show all known Wi-Fi network SSIDs and Passphrases with Powershell”
After my previous article on the basic Powershell cmdlets for Azure Key Vault, I thought it would be interesting to provide to all users, who are already familiar with it, a method to export all keys, certs, and secrets stored in it once via Powershell. Continue reading “How to backup all of your keys, certs and secrets included in all your Azure Key Vaults”
In this article, I will use a PowerShell one-liner script to generate a test file to test if the Anti-Virus runtime solution installed is working as expected.
Continue reading “How to use Powershell to create a virus for testing your AV”
I’m writing this short blog post to fill a gap here on scripting library regarding the secret management topic after a comment received on this previous article.
I’m not opinionated when I need to choose a secret management solution, there are multiple options available and like anything else, it depends on your needs. What I find very appealing about Azure Key Vault is that offers a very simple user interface, all the features I generally need, no upfront costs, and all the PowerShell cmd-let you need. Continue reading “Secrets management with Azure Key Vault and Powershell”