Last weekend I had the pleasure of being invited to speak at MS Fest in Prague. This was the second year in a row for me that I was speaking at this event and it was once again great to attend and to have the opportunity to meet with people from the other side of Europe.
During the conference I did talked about PowerShell security in which I discussed the different kinds of logging that are available in PowerShell and how they can be utilized to find out what is happening on your system. Furthermore we went into Ransomware, what it is, how it operators and what we can do about it.
My slides and code are, as always, available on my GitHub account:
In Windows 10 PowerShell 5.0 comes bundled with PSReadline. This module allows for a number of useful features and today we will focus on getting access to the command history. A very useful feature of PSReadline is that it writes the history of PowerShell commands to a text file and this text file is easily accessible. The path where this file is stored can be found by executing the following command:
To view the list of previously executed commands you can type the following:
Last week I met up with Bert Wolters for a video presentation/interview. Bert has been recording a series of sessions on the latest and greatest functionality in Windows 10 and in this episode I discuss some of the new functionalities in PowerShell 5.0 in combination with Windows 10. The video has been recorded in Dutch, so unfortunately it will a bit hard to follow for the English speaking community.
In the video I showcase the following features:
Better Multiline support for the PowerShell console
Colored console for cmdlets, parameters and arguments
PowerShell cmdlets for Windows Defender
PowerShell debugging in the ISE using <CTRL> + B
DuPSUG, Dutch PowerShell User Group
Alternatively the video is also available on Microsoft’s Channel9:
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