GPU's are more suitable than CPU's because GPU's are designed to perform work in parallel. Therefore, when there are many identical jobs to perform (like the password hashing function) a GPU scales much better. Hence I was interested in benchmarking Hashcat with the AWS EC2 p3 & g4 instances.
Recently I decided to redeploy my home-server. It was still running Ubuntu 12.04 and the configuration drifted ever since it was setup. Time for a revamp. I opted to use Docker and Traefik because I wanted a setup that was easy to update and easy to maintain.
Don't you just hate designing documents in word-processors? Well, so do I. As a Geek, I'd rather spend my time in my favorite IDE. In this post I'll show you how to Build an amazing CV using LaTeX and Font Awesome.
Recently I've been tasked with setting up VxRail monitoring for a Dell EMC VxRail Appliance. Even though I've succeeded setting this up, it was has not been a smooth sail. Therefore, I've written this blog to help you setup monitoring for VxRail.
You might find yourself wanting a report of when your vSphere servers have been patched for the last time. Here you will find a simple PowerCLI script that uses vSphere CLI to query the last VIB install date.
Today I was deploying Windows Server 2016 Nano. After the deployment I wanted to install the IIS packages but I ran into the following error-message:
We recently ran into an issue where the a system was running out of space on the system-drive. After initial investigation we've discovered that Direct Access Database Windows Internal Database was consuming a lot of drive-space on a system-drive. Below I will explain how to shrink Direct Access database
Below is a PowerCLI one-liner you can use to validate if all your root passwords are what you expect them to be.
AppVeyor is a CI/CD (Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment) platform that's aimed at .NET developers. In this blog-post I'll take you through the basics for setting up your first Project. We will be building, testing and deploying a PowerShell Module to the PowerShell Gallery using AppVeyor and GitHub.
Get-ChildItem is probably the command that's most used when working in PowerShell console. Next to file-system operations the command is also excellent to browse objects accessible via PSDrive(s).