The number of insights that are offered by any modern analytics platform is really invaluable and easy to use, but we tend to forget that even our server logs are an incredible source of information that with little or no effort we can query with a really simple script.
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I wanted to celebrate my 100th article doing something simple and out of the ordinary. Looking back one popular article using PowerShell written 2 years ago was Text-To-Speach in 3 lines of code, so I’ve decided to play with sounds.
In this article, you will use PowerShell to tune your Guitar! Continue reading “How to tune your Guitar with Powershell”
I wrote a Powershell script to check, apply and remove a workaround for the Windows DNS Server (CVE-2020-1350) if you are unable to apply the patch right away. The Vulnerability affects Windows DNS Servers was announced one or two days ago. Continue reading “CVE-2020-1350 – WINDOWS DNS SERVER – Applying a Workaround with Powershell”
The filename extensions for PKCS #12 are *.PFX or *.P12 and both are the most common bundles of X.509 certificates (sometimes with the full chain of trust) and private key.
I always need to look at the man page of OpenSSL or review my bash history to use the right options to extract a certificate file and a key file from it.
For this reason, I’ve created a small bash script to complete this step for me.
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