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Parsing IIS Logs

Windows variant of a webserver is called Internet Information Services (IIS). The feature comes as part of Windows server builds but isn’t enabled but default. If you manage an IIS server, logs write to c:\inetpub\logs by default and without a tool or capability, aren’t necessarily the easiest to read. With

Invoke-Fail2Ban

Anyone who has a system that is accessible on the Internet has likely had their fair share of brute force attempts. Utilizing something like Fail2ban is great because it blocks those type of attacks, providing some level of security. The downfall about Fail2ban is that it was developed for *nix

Base64 with PowerShell

All too often I find myself on a Windows system and need to either encode or decode base64. Rather than using an online service, installing a program, or going to a *nix based system, I took to PowerShell. In PowerShell, we can use .NET to accomplish this. Encoding:

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Under The Wire!

Under The Wire, the PowerShell gaming server is now web based and can be access at www.underthewire.tech. On there, you will find directions to access our servers using you own instance of PowerShell. To date, we have two games that are live with another in production.