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PowerShell PKI (PSPKI) 3.7 enhancements – Certification Authority API (part 1)

By Vadims Podāns | Aug 20, 2020
Vadims Podans PKI Developer

Hello S-1-1-0, here is another blog post in the PSPKI v3.7 enhancement blog series. Today I will talk about another interesting work done in PSPKI. Intro In one of my previous posts, I’ve outlined a very general roadmap for PKI library and the move towards the .NET Core. There are several obstacles for the move…

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PowerShell PKI (PSPKI) 3.7 enhancements – security descriptors

By Vadims Podāns | Aug 17, 2020
Vadims Podans PKI Developer

Today I’m starting a series of blog posts where I will explore new features we have added to PowerShell PKI module, version 3.7. First post is dedicated to security descriptors. Major changes in PSPKI Within PSPKI module, we had an ability to manage security descriptors (access control lists) for Certification Authority can certificate template objects.…

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Win a Free Online PKI Assessment

By ThePKIGuy | Aug 16, 2020
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PKI Solutions is excited to announce that we are giving away a complimentary Online PKI Assessment to two winners!  It’s our way of sharing our great new tool that is revolutionizing the way organizations assess and remediate their PKI. All on-demand by leveraging our automated process. When was the last time you performed a health…

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PowerShell PKI (PSPKI) 3.7 enhancements – OCSP Revocation Configuration Management

By Vadims Podāns | Aug 14, 2020
Vadims Podans PKI Developer

Hello everyone, today is a second post in OCSP server management in Windows PowerShell. First blog post in the series was about OCSP server management. Today, I will discuss about Online Responder revocation configuration management using Windows PowerShell. Intro Every single Microsoft Online Responder is capable to provide certificate status for multiple different certification authorities.…

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PowerShell PKI (PSPKI) 3.7 enhancements – OCSP Server Management

By Vadims Podāns | Aug 6, 2020
Vadims Podans PKI Developer

Today I’m starting a series of blog posts where I will explore new features we have added to PowerShell PKI module, version 3.7. First post is dedicated to Online Responders. The biggest part of this release is Microsoft OCSP Server, or Online Responder management feature. In this post, I will show general Online Responder server…

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PowerShell PKI Module (PSPKI) v3.7

By Vadims Podāns | Aug 3, 2020
Vadims Podans PKI Developer

Hello everyone, I’m excited to announce a public availability of PowerShell PKI module v3.7. New version is a big work around various aspects such as Microsoft Online Responder management, security descriptors. Here is a summary of what we’ve done. PowerShell Module Compatibility We have added syntax compatibility with PowerShell 6.x and newer PowerShell versions. New…

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SSL Certificate Verifier Tool v1.5.4 update

By Vadims Podāns | Jul 31, 2020
Vadims Podans PKI Developer

Hello everyone! This week, we help a “Validating SSL Certificates the Easy Way” webinar where we talked about common SSL/TLS and displayed our free and open source SSL Certificate Verifier tool in action with new features. Previous version of the tool was GUI-only and lacked exportable reports and any automation/scripting capabilities. I’ve addressed these limitations…

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PKI Solutions Expands to Australia & New Zealand

By ThePKIGuy | Jun 29, 2020
PKI Solutions Expands to Australia & New Zealand
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Announcing the Online PKI Assessmental Portal

By ThePKIGuy | Jun 24, 2020
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I am extremely proud to announce that today we have launched our Online PKI Assessment Portal. This new service is the first of its kind to offer online, automated, self-paced review and assessments of Microsoft ADCS based PKIs. We have been performing onsite PKI Assessments for customers for years now. Typically focused on the design,…

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