How to sign a PowerShell script


As a DevOps engineer, I frequently come across talented developers that underestimate some security aspects of the deployments, for instance, just to name a couple:  integrity and authenticity of the code or artefacts that we deploy.

Python and Powershell are powerful languages to develop quick and robust solutions that are extremely popular among attackers, for this reason, our ecosystem should take security very seriously.

Security is now far beyond the (old) perimeter of the company’s premises and infrastructure, indeed network or systems is abstracted away with or without cloud/hybrid deployments and just the enforcing identity is not enough in most cases.

In my opinion, white-listing applications around code-signing and checking the integrity of our code it’s more effective and less painful than you can think a good habit to build on a daily basis.

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