Cyber Advisors Blog

Export All Those SCCM Settings With This Easy Script

Posted by Paul Wetter on May 7, 2018 8:24:55 AM

https://github.com/paulwetter/DocumentConfigMgrCB/archive/master.zip 

--- A blog post from Paul Wetter on behalf of Cyber Advisors

Administration of Configuration Manager is more than a full-time job by itself.  Maintaining some sort of documentation for the environment that can be given to management or stored internally can be an all together second job.  So, why continue a manual task of creating documentation when you could automate it and have an extensive and detailed document created in minutes instead of hours.

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Topics: #configmgr, #powershell, #automation, #documentation, #sccm, #mmsmoa

New dangerous text bomb that crashes Apple devices

Posted by Pierluigi Paganini on Feb 23, 2018 1:25:57 PM
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Active Directory User Creation Tool 1.2

Posted by Michael Schultz on Feb 16, 2018 8:24:38 AM

It is not every day I need to add users in bulk to Active Directory, but when I do, I usually need to write a script that can be quiet time-consuming. It just so happened that I came across a tool to make this process a little easier today. Its name is ADUC Tool, and it allows you to import users from a CSV file or build them based on pre-configured settings. The tool is based in PowerShell, but it has a GUI. While this is a no-frills option, it is free and is very customizable for any organization.

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Topics: Tech Article

Re-Blog: Wi-Fi Alliance Introduces Security Enhancements

Posted by Jesse Homa on Jan 11, 2018 9:55:33 AM

With all the security news recently of WPA2 wireless being broken with the KRACK attack methods, the Wi-Fi Alliance® has put together the next security standard called WPA3 that should do away with most of the insecurities of WPA2 and open wireless networks altogether. WPA3 is expected to arrive sometime in 2018. 

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Topics: Cyber Security

Re Blog: Intel Security Threat

Posted by Jesse Homa on Jan 4, 2018 2:05:00 PM

It was announced that a major flaw was found within Intel CPU chips that can allow applications on your machine or even javascript web applets to reach into areas of protected memory and read their contents.  This vulnerability is a flaw in the design itself of how the chip handles protected memory and the fix is stated to slow down machines due to how the fix needs to be implemented.

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Topics: Intel security threat, Intel CPU

Big Changes Coming to Office Connectivity

Posted by Caleb Lund on Dec 19, 2017 11:45:00 AM

Check it out. 

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Topics: Tech Article, Education

Reblog: Project Honolulu

Posted by Michael Schultz on Dec 1, 2017 10:15:00 AM

Managing windows servers might be getting an upgrade in the future as Microsofts “Project Honolulu” is being developed to add a web UI for it. This has the potential to be a game changer for customers that were on the verge of using HyperV Core but didn’t want to lose the manageability of the full GUI. The goal of this platform is to pick up where the server manager lacked. In offering a Web-based solution it will be easier to use, and they are also releasing APIs for third-party developers to make use of. I would look forward to the actual release of this feature in late 2018, but in the mean time give the preview a try. If you have questions or have interest in Microsoft software, contact Cyber Advisors

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Topics: Insider, Education

Re-Blog: "The Motherboard Guide to Not Getting Hacked"

Posted by Jesse Homa on Nov 21, 2017 12:30:00 PM

Cyber Security is an on-going battle and there isn't one best way to protect yourself. Because security is so important and there are many aspects to it, The Motherboard published a great comprehensive guide on how to not get hacked. This article is updated regularly and is great for just about everyone. If you have further questions regarding cyber security and how to better protect your self contact Cyber Advisors

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Topics: Education, Cyber Security

Re-blog: Exchange 2016 CU7 Bug Causes HCW to Fail

Posted by Terence Kolstad on Nov 18, 2017 10:04:00 AM

Original blog post by Zoltan Erszenyi

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Topics: Insider, Education

Thoughts on the Direction of Microsoft and Security

Posted by Terence Kolstad on Nov 17, 2017 3:09:38 PM

I was fortunate enough to attend the Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando, FL this year. During the conference, there was a TON of information to gather, experts to network with, and vendors to see in the Expo Hall.

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Topics: Education, Cyber Security