Sign PowerShell Scripts With An Enterprise PKI

PowerShell Execution Policy¬†can be used as a control policy, to protect the administrators, or even the users, from accidental script execution. Do not think of it as a security measure, because it will not protect you from copy/paste the content of any script in the command line or run each script command by hand. The … Continue reading Sign PowerShell Scripts With An Enterprise PKI

Subject Alternative Name Missing

In the latest version of Google chrome (58 but maybe even in 57), Chrome requires certificates to specify the host name(s) in the SubjectAltName field (SAN). Firefox latest update is following the same method. Values in the subject field will be ignored. Certificates that rely on this deprecated behavior will now be rejected with: ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID … Continue reading Subject Alternative Name Missing