Categories
Security Windows 10 Windows 11

Security Advisory: Update PowerShell 7

Microsoft is advising system admins to update any systems that have PowerShell 7.0 or 7.1 installed due to another vulnerability that has been identified. Details on what the issues are can be found here and here. Versions 7.0.8 and 7.1.5 were released this past week that fix the two vulnerabilities. Here is the downside: The […]

Categories
Hardware VMware vSphere / vCenter Windows 10

10GbE with TRENDnet TEG-10GECTX and VMware Workstation

So there I was…isn’t that the way it usually starts out with these things? My desktop PC is a great beauty. I built her in late 2018 to provide a solid baseline for light development, gaming, and virtualization with VMware Workstation. She has an Intel i9-9900K processor with 64GB of GSkill TridentZ RGB 3200 memory. […]

Categories
Security Windows 10

Native OpenSSH Client in PowerShell

So one of the nice little surprises after upgrading my desktop to Windows 10 20H2 (Fall 2020 Build) was the addition of a native OpenSSH client in PowerShell. I need to do some testing with all of my use cases, but I may be able to do away with the venerable PuTTY that has been […]