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PowerShell code to store user credentials encrypted for re-use

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Michael Lubinski provides the PowerShell code and explanation of how it works for those who want to securely store a password for re-use.


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PowerShell Commands for Active Directory Security

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With the release of UserLock 7 comes PowerShell commands for Active Directory Security. Yes, it is now possible to manage/administer UserLock with PowerShell cmdlets!

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IS Decisions's curator insight, June 11, 2013 3:56 AM

UserLock 7 will be manageable with PowerShell.

 

So what's the advantage?

 

  • makes repetitive tasks easier and less tedious
  • makes complex tasks less complex by wrapping several commands together
  • facilitates the automation of system admin tasks – reducing the risk of human error
  • all cmdlets respect the PowerShell Standard (settings, help…)
  • remote system management
  • manage UserLock without the console
  • manage UserLock without a web browser

 

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Kali Linux Cookbook - Free eBook Share

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eBook Free Download: Kali Linux Cookbook | PDF, EPUB | ISBN: 1783289597 | 2013-10-15 | English | PutLocker

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Dennis Foy's curator insight, January 3, 2014 6:11 PM

To protect our networks from cybercriminals we must utilize many strategies to protect our systems from getting hacked.  Although this will minimize our network from being hacked there are no guarantees. There is no one vendor that can protect us or guarantee that we want get hacked. There is no such thing as an invincible network or computer system that is immuned from hacking unless of course we are never connected to the internet.  Take a look around you and read the news.  Some of the largest and richest companies around the world are vulnerable to hackers.  Many of our systems already contain rootkits that we are not aware of.  I believe forensics will definitely be someting that we should all strive to learn and be able to implement well to discover hidden rootkits to help us when there has been a breach.

Daniel Cooper's curator insight, January 31, 7:41 AM

A great way to learn the uses of kali linux

Rick MacMillan's curator insight, February 16, 8:53 AM

Not bad to start with