Securing a file - Adding a Hash Value

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DaveMcDonald
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Securing a file - Adding a Hash Value

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Product, version and build: Powershell Studio 2020 5.7.180
Operating system: Windows 10
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Recently we have had McAfee ATP configured. It is blocking a powershell aop (.exe) that I created. My security folks are saying I need to either secure the file with a certificate or with a file hash. I tried certificate and it does not recognize my PKI. I don't know how to do a hash. Please advise.

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Alexander Riedel
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Re: Securing a file - Adding a Hash Value

Post by Alexander Riedel »

Here are some ways how you can generate a hash value:
https://www.nextofwindows.com/5-ways-to ... windows-10
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