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PSCommander PSCommander is a tool for automating your Windows desktop. It provides scheduling, keyboard shortcuts, desktop shortcuts, file associations and custom protocol handlers.
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On Friday, November 11th, 2022, a customer notified us, as part of our Vulnerability Response Policy, of two security issues that they had identified in PowerShell Universal, and we are announcing today. These issues have been patched and you will find more information below.
CVE-2022-45183 - Privilege Escalation via App Token Exploit Affected Versions 3.5.2 and Earlier 3.4.6 and Earlier 2.12.5 and Earlier Description Escalation of privileges in the Web Server in Ironman Software PowerShell Universal 2.
About Mastodon is an open source, federated social media platform. Mastodon is hosted on a growing number of servers that are typically topic or location based. Each Mastodon server can federate to other servers so, even if you join one server, you can follow and communicate with users from other servers. It’s also possible to move your account between servers or start your own server.
In this post, we’ll look at some of the REST APIs available to Mastodon developers and learn how to invoke them in PowerShell.