In this article, I want to focus on a cybersecurity topic but from an operations perspective and with a pragmatic approach to tactics that users can implement to implement the security strategy or principles with less friction as possible from the end-users. Continue reading “How to Manage Secrets and Passwords with CredentialManager and PowerShell”
I really like event-driven notifications that can trigger different webhooks and it’s really fun putting them together like pieces of lego to automate workflows.
The most common and simple notification method is via email, but there are scenarios where environments for security reasons and by design have just access to the internet on port 80/443 and this connection is often mediated via a web proxy.
Not having access to SMTP protocol can be a roadblock but, in this article, we will implement a solution to send an email with PowerShell under these limitations without changing Firewall Rules or NSG.
From time to time I visit my public or private git repository knowing that I’ve faced and solved that problem before, knowing that the solution was tested and work as expected.
In this case, I had a script that was a oneliner ( nothing wrong with), it but to meet the goal I needed to add another 2 lines, so to make it more reusable by other user and still keep it readable and flexible I’ve refactored the script and wrote this article. As mentioned in the title the subject is RDP and Powershell.
This is, without any doubt, a 101 subject for every system administrator.
I’ve recently upgraded the macOS to Catalina (10.15) on my MacBook and the only issue I had was with my OpenVPN client that stopped working because was a 32-bit. I’ve quickly searched for a solution, but with no luck, so once I’ve figured out how to solve it, I’ve created this article. Continue reading “OpenVPN 64-bit client with macOS Catalina”