I’ve recently accepted a new role and joined a new company this week. During the first day, I’ve followed my usual practice of using chocolatey to install most of the developer’s tools I will use, installed WSL2, and I’ve created a full backup of the laptop. Continue reading “How to Export Third-Party Drivers with PowerShell”
Last month I’ve published an article on MS Defender and Nagios, on a similar topic this week I used the MS Defender Powershell module and wrote a helper function to scan on-demand a file using mpcmd.exe. Continue reading “How to run on-demand AV scanning on a file with MS Defender using Powershell”
Microsoft Defender antivirus is included in every Windows OS and there are many components and options available to manage, protect and monitor endpoints.
I was not surprised a few months ago when I needed to implement a monitoring check for Nagios that there was a dedicated PowerShell module that did exactly what I needed. Continue reading “Microsoft Defender PowerShell module and Nagios”
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”