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Posted on 01.22.20 by Michael O'Dwyer

Is SCP More Secure Than SFTP?

No. Fastest completion time ever OR maybe we need to go into more detail? Okay, to explain my conclusion, I need to go back to the origins of both protocols.

Posted on 01.03.20 by Michael O'Dwyer

3 New Technologies That Will Make IT's Life Easier in 2020

The future is here and now! These are the top 3 new technologies that will make IT's life that much easier in 2020.

Posted on 12.27.19 by June Castillote

Part 5 - Getting Started with Azure Automation: Executing Runbooks and Logging

In this article, we’ll look at the ways to publish your draft runbook and to trigger it to run manually and linking it to a schedule. We’ll also look at how we can check the logs of the previous runbook executions.

Posted on 12.23.19 by June Castillote

Part 4 - Getting Started with Azure Automation: Testing Draft Runbooks

In this article, we’ll prepare the test automation project and I’ll show you how to use these assets to test our draft runbook.

Posted on 12.18.19 by Dan Franciscus

Protecting Local Credentials with LAPS

One of the most significant issues faced in a Microsoft Windows environment is the ability to steal credentials and utilize these credentials to move throughout the network laterally.

Posted on 12.13.19 by Dan Franciscus

Setting Up A Persistent SSH Tunnel

Adversaries can utilize MITM attacks to steal credentials, even when they are protected by SSL.

Posted on 11.21.19 by June Castillote

Getting Started with Azure Automation: Introduction

One of the most popular automation tools is Azure Automation and this will be a series of posts covering the introduction to Azure Automation, creating automation runbooks, dealing with assets, testing and publishing runbooks.

Posted on 09.12.19 by Michael O'Dwyer

3 Data Backup Tools Worth Considering

If you are a small or medium business, you may have left your data backups in the hands of outside help or, even worse, to chance.

Posted on 09.03.19 by Dan Franciscus

Measuring Reboot Time with PowerShell

In enterprise environments, you will usually find an array of different Windows operating systems, hardware and of course software. Typically, machines are managed and configured with group policy and SCCM, or perhaps other more modern methods like Chef or Puppet. One of...

Posted on 07.12.19 by Dan Franciscus

Using Make Me Admin for Administrator Privilege

In this article, we discuss how to grant users simple admin rights temporarily like installing software. This helps keep IT from getting bogged down.

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