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What’s new in TrickBot? Deobfuscating elements

Trojan.TrickBot has been present in the threat landscape from quite a while. We wrote about its first version in October 2016. From the beginning, it was a well organized modular malware, written by developers with mature skills. It is often called a banker, however its modular structure allows to freely add new functionalities without modifying the core bot. In fact, the functionality of a banker … [Read more...]

Get-Counter: Use PowerShell to Get Hyper-V Performance Data

The simplest way to get performance data on Hyper-V VMs is with the Get-Counter PowerShell cmdlet. So simple & so effective. Here's how to get it running! Read the post here: Get-Counter: Use PowerShell to Get Hyper-V Performance Data … [Read more...]

How to Run Commands on Remote Computers with PowerShell

Running commands locally on the remote computers is a common task many IT admins have to do every day. Here's how you can do that in PowerShell. … [Read more...]

Running PowerShell in Vagrant

In this article, I will show how to configure a Vagrant box to run PowerShell. … [Read more...]

How to Use Get-Log for Parsing Logs

The PowerCLI cmdlet Get-Log eables quick searches through an ESXi host logs - super handy when troubleshooting VMware issues. Find out how to use Get-Log Read the post here: How to Use Get-Log for Parsing Logs … [Read more...]

Fileless malware: getting the lowdown on this insidious threat

Traditionally, malware attacks as we have always known them are files written to disk in one form or another that require execution in order to carry out their malicious scope. Fileless malware, on the other hand, is intended to be memory resident only, ideally leaving no trace after its execution. The malicious payload exists dynamically and purely in RAM, which means nothing is ever written … [Read more...]

Working with the New MOVEit Transfer REST API Endpoints

One of the excellent features of the new MOVEit Transfer 2018 product is the introduction of RESTful (REST) APIs. If you're not familiar with REST APIs, it boils down to an industry-standard way of accessing applications or services over HTTP/S. … [Read more...]

How To Apply vSphere Licensing With PowerCLI

In this guide you'll learn how to get started with Get-LicenseDataManager, add a license to a datacenter object, and remove and replace licenses Read the post here: How To Apply vSphere Licensing With PowerCLI … [Read more...]

How to Monitor Hyper-V Performance with PowerShell

When monitoring Hyper-V performance, you often only need specific counter data. Learn to develop performance counter tools based on the information you need Read the post here: How to Monitor Hyper-V Performance with PowerShell … [Read more...]

How to Create Automated Hyper-V Performance Reports

Sit back and watch detailed Hyper-V performance reports come in by utilizing Get-CimInstance and Hyper-V Performance counters (includes free PS script) Read the post here: How to Create Automated Hyper-V Performance Reports … [Read more...]