I've combined all of my current scripts into one to allow easy execution. To see the script, visit: https://github.com/securethelogs/Securethelogs/blob/master/README.md
Read the article here: https://securethelogs.com/hacking-with-powershell-red-team/
Live Network Scanner: PSPanner: https://securethelogs.com/pspanner-network-scanner/Network Scanner (With Event Logging for SIEMs)PSWatcher: https://securethelogs.com/pswatcher/
PSBruteZip allows you to brute force your way into Zip files should you have forgotten the password. A pre-req is that 7Zip is installed as it uses their commands. They function is better than Windows (I find).
Powersosh is a module which can help you do simple OSINT to find profiles online.
Read the article here: https://securethelogs.com/hacking-with-powershell-blue-team/
I wrote this script to be able to scan for this service on a Windows system. Because this uses PowerShell commands, no AV should interfere, and no additional modules are required. Once obtained, remote commands can be sent.
“Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is the Microsoft implementation of WS-Management Protocol, a standard Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)-based, firewall-friendly protocol that allows hardware and operating systems, from different vendors, to interoperate....