Securing RDP Connections using TLS certificates

Remote Desktop has been the must as remote administration tool for many IT professionals and sadly many even expose it to the internet leading to brutefoce attacks and Man in the Middle attacks in the past (and even during this period). Using TLS certificates can improve the security and the default access method to critical systems, even if those systems are reached only on internal business LAN environments. Read More …

Powershell – Digitally signing a .ps1 script

A file is signed with a certificate. A digital certificate is usually issued by a Certification Authority (CA). These are important things to consider, so it better to focus these before going on with the Powershell code signing process for scripts. Read More …

VMware vCenter – Removing Self-Signed Certificate Warning

When connecting to a VMWare vCenter server using a web-browser, there appears a warning of self-signed certificate issued by an Read More …

HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) – Windows Server IIS

HPKP is another security mechanism that uses an HTTP header as protection against impersonation attacks with fraudulently issued certificates. To Read More …

CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment – Event 6 and 13

In a domain environment, that could be a common issue about certificates auto-enrollment, with common events error like 6 and Read More …