PowerShell Security Best Practices

PowerShell Security Best Practices

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We get a lot of questions about PowerShell Security Best Practices, and we got the chance to present an overview of them at this year’s (Microsoft internal) BlueHat conference. This was a 20-minute presentation, and focused on two parts:

  • PowerShell Operational Security - How to use PowerShell securely in an ops / cloud environment
  • PowerShell Scripting Security – How to write PowerShell scripts if they may be subject to untrusted input

The presentations were recorded, but will not all be released publicly. If you're interested in seeing this presentation released, please let the BlueHat team know - comments on the blog or to their Twitter account (@msftsecresponse) should let them know your interest.

Below is a link to the presentation deck, with very detailed speaker notes:

Lee Holmes [MSFT]
Windows PowerShell Development
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  • How can I obtain a copy of the slides? I am interested in powershell and the cloud.

    Thanks

  • I'd like a copy as well.

  • Ultimate Presentation!!!

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