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suggestions for powershell

Post by anonymous500 on Mon Mar 16, 2015 11:41 am
([msg=87183]see suggestions for powershell[/msg])

good<time of day> everyone,

I'm using a corporate network running on Windows 7 Enterprise. However, the sysadmins are massive noobs, and forgot to block powershell.
Anyone has any nice suggestions?
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Re: suggestions for powershell

Post by limdis on Mon Mar 16, 2015 8:04 pm
([msg=87189]see Re: suggestions for powershell[/msg])

That doesn't mean anything at all. Powershell can be highly limited backend. What have you already tried doing?
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Re: suggestions for powershell

Post by anonymous500 on Sat Mar 21, 2015 8:02 am
([msg=87335]see Re: suggestions for powershell[/msg])

while there are indeed limitations in place, they seem to either be accidental or just very shitty.
the executionpolicy is set to restricted, but using
set-executionpolicy -executionpolicy unrestricted -scope currentuser -force
will do the job, even if you pass them as parameters in taskscheduler (which they also forgot to block, allowing every user to see every computer and every username in use on the entire network)
powershell also allows visiting areas which should not be accesible to non-admins, like C:\users\
getting in a users folder will still result in a HKLM acces denied message.
getting a local accout shouldn't be too hard though, since it's possible to boot from an external disk. of course a password is required for that, but the password is literally writen on the fucking computer.
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