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 video was recorded, and is available here: http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Blue-Hat-Security-Briefings/BlueHat-Security-Briefings-Fall-2013-Sessions/PowerShell-Best-Practices.

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.


  • I'd like a copy as well.

  • Ultimate Presentation!!!

  • I'd like a copy, please.  We're moving from a case by case usage, mostly be me, to a more formal and widespread use by the team.

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