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Transparent Deobfuscation with IDA Processor Module Extensions

Transparent Deobfuscation with IDA Processor Module Extensions | powershell | Scoop.it

The previous blog entry touched on a form of compile-time protection that complicated static and dynamic analysis. Namely, the protection replaced control-transfer instructions with privileged instructions, followed by data indicating to which location to transfer control.  At run-time, attempting to execute those privileged instructions raises an exception.


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Simplicity Is Key when Deploying Active Directory

Simplicity Is Key when Deploying Active Directory | powershell | Scoop.it
The way you set up your Active Directory topography will have a direct impact on how well you're able to organize your users and resources.

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IS Decisions's curator insight, January 9, 2013 12:25 PM

Judicious advice here ...

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PowerShell DSC for Linux, Step by Step - Building Clouds Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

PowerShell DSC for Linux, Step by Step - Building Clouds Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs | powershell | Scoop.it
The Building Clouds blog is all about products and technologies you can use to build cloud-based solutions. Cloud architecture, cloud design and cloud implementation is what we're about.
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Solve PowerShell Dependency Within Function Problems - Windows IT Pro

Solve PowerShell Dependency Within Function Problems - Windows IT Pro | powershell | Scoop.it
Solve PowerShell Dependency Within Function Problems
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Q: I have a PowerShell file with a Desired State Configuration that relies on a module that I copy earlier in the script.
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Hiding Active Directory Objects and Attributes

Hiding Active Directory Objects and Attributes | powershell | Scoop.it

Learn how to use normal permissions to hide Active Directory objects and attributes, as well as the basics of using the Microsoft Dsacls tool.


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