SHA256 File Hash Values And How To Check Them (Raspberry Pi / Mac OS X / PowerShell)

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Imagine that you are a software company and host an awesome free piece of software. One day your site is hacked and the download file for your software is replaced with a malicious version of the software. It might be days (or longer!) before you notice. Or what if someone is intercepting traffic and altering … Continue reading SHA256 File Hash Values And How To Check Them (Raspberry Pi / Mac OS X / PowerShell)

Testing Network Connectivity via PowerShell (Part 2)

Continuing on with my exploring of testing connectivity I ran into a practical reason today for using Powershell. A computer on my employers network apparently loses network connectivity (according to the end user) during a 2 hour window in the evening. The event logs on the PC don’t indicate any issues and the network logs … Continue reading Testing Network Connectivity via PowerShell (Part 2)