In This Episode
Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Mark Russinovich about Sysinternals, Infosec, and the Cloud!
The Tampa PowerShell group is meeting April 25th
The Philadelphia PowerShell User Group is meeting May 2nd
Microsoft is shutting down Script Explorer
A free PowerShell 3.0 ebook has been released in Brazilian Portuguese
Guests – Mark Russinovich
Yes, sysinternals tools are still being developed by Mark!
Hal mentioned Cory Doctorow’s “The coming civil war on general purpose computing”
[21:34:06] <mwjcomputing> ## Can you have Jeff use PowerShell in your next novel?
[21:35:50] <mwjcomputing> ## Have you seen what Adam Driscoll is doing with PowerShell to do the SysInternals Tools?
[21:42:21] <BartekB> ## When can we expect or cli utilitiles from sysinternals to support csv output – perfect for ConvertFrom-Csv in PowerShell to consume and object-izing?
[21:35:42] <Vern_Anderson> ## When can we get a BGInfo that recognizes Windows 2012?
[21:40:37] <Start-Automating> ## Have you learned more about Windows before or after joining Microsoft?
## Will Azure be upgraded to server 2012 at some stage? (not sure if this was dicussed already I had a bad connection here)
[22:02:25] <FreeTheNode> ## how have you seen the development of state sponsored hacking, from israel/usa (stuxnet, duqu, etc) to china and apt1?
[22:03:56] <alexandair> ## has someone contacted you for a movie deal?
[22:07:46] <JimBirley> ## Does Mark ever see a future version of Windows server with no GUI option at all making Powershell essential?
[22:17:20] <FreeTheNode> ## do you feel that computing in the cloud will lean more towards the security and encryption of data, perhaps even to the point where it will become encrypted or invisible to the provider, both at rest, and perhaps even for hot data such as the work Microsoft Research is doing via CryptDB?
The Question -
- Superhero: Time travel