Bypassing Windows Defender to gain local system access

Up until recently there has always been an easy approach for demoing the reason to have a form of disk encryption to protect the integrity of not only your data but also the operating system from being tempered with. For ages now, Microsoft Windows contained executable files that could be launched before a user logged … Continue reading Bypassing Windows Defender to gain local system access

Using Credential Manager in PowerShell

Using PowerShell remoting can be a fantastic experience, but the number of  times I had to enter credentials to make a new pssession is getting out of hand, or to put it better a painful hand. Wouldn't it be great if you could store the credentials somewhere safe and retrieve it when necessary? Fortunately, you can! … Continue reading Using Credential Manager in PowerShell