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YAWPU

YAW what!? No, I’m not trying to learn some Iroquoian language. That’s just the acronym of the useless script I just wrote …

Convert value in CSV file

Someone asked me recently how to convert a field value in a CSV file before to process the file with Log Parser. …

Off-topic – Merci Manu!

Holly shit, they did it! Exceptionally, this will be the only english sentence of this post. English is not my native language, …

Off-topic – Animagraffs

This post is absolutely off-topic and has nothing to do with PowerShell (or IIS my second hobby…) but we are currently in …

Tips & tricks from Jeffrey Snover

Want to know the tricks of the architect and inventor of Powershell, Jeffrey Snover? Click on the course (Advanced Tools & Scripting …

POODLE: SSLv3.0 vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566)

Microsoft’s products were not affected by HeartBleed but this time, even if the criticity is far less, Microsoft’s products are in the scope.
This vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566) allows the plaintext of secure connections to be calculated by a network attacker. This issue has been discovered by Bodo Möller (Google Security Team) in collaboration with Thai Duong and Krzysztof Kotowicz.

Enhanced profile – Display my custom functions

Somehow, I can be compared to a goldfish : my memory is really, really poor… And I do eat fish! But no, I can’t help…
Sometimes I wrote a usefull function that I embed in my profile and some weeks after (ok, even the very next day) I forget about it… So, here’s my solution: list these functions in a MOTD way. Each time I open a PowerShell console, the list is displayed and my memory gets refreshed.

Working behind a proxy

New job, new PC, erf… new things to configure. Ok, I’ve created my profile, now I would like to have an up2date …

PowerShell V4 New Features

This course provides an overview of new features in PowerShell 4.0. It is aimed at IT Pros already using PowerShell 3.0 who …

//publish/ – Hackathon

Your unfinished passion project. The game that’s missing a final level. The app in need of a few testers. Join your peers …

Breathe in, we’re safe!

Information on Microsoft Azure and Heartbleed

The Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL (CVE-2014-0160) has received a significant amount of attention recently. While the discovered issue is specific to OpenSSL, many customers are wondering whether this affects Microsoft’s offerings, specifically Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Account and Microsoft Azure, along with most Microsoft Services, were not impacted by the OpenSSL vulnerability. Windows’ implementation of SSL/TLS was also not impacted.

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