Stop Using Unsecured Credentials in Your PowerShell Scripts and Use Azure Key Vault Instead

May 17, 2023
1 min read

 

Some users store credentials including the password for a specific service account inside a PowerShell script in real-world production. This poses a highly vulnerable issue where an attacker can simply grab the credentials and use them. In this video, I discuss how we can use a privileged credential in your PowerShell script in a more secure way using a certificate and Azure Key Vault.

Mahdi Tehrani

Mahdi Tehrani

Mahdi Tehrani has been involved with Active Directory and Azure AD for about 10 years. He works as an IAM consultant for “iC Consult” and his fields of expertise are around anything Active Directory, PowerShell, Azure AD and identity solutions including Quest One Identity. 

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