You’ve just learned how to do a port scan using Bash scripting; now you’ll see how it works in PowerShell. Even though it’s somewhat the same functionality, it looks and acts a little differently. After watching this demo, you’ll have a basic understanding of port scanning using PowerShell.
- The next scripting environment we're going to explore…is called PowerShell.…It used to be Windows PowerShell and then up until 2016,…it was actually a Windows only product…but as of 2016, Microsoft rereleased it as open source…cross platform, so now it's just PowerShell…and you can actually get it in Mac OS and Linux.…You'll likely see it most of the time still…just in Windows, but it is available for any environment.…We're going to focus on…the Windows implementation of PowerShell.…There's just a very few things that you need to be aware of…to set it up and to run PowerShell scripts,…but the rest of the contents and the concepts…are really the same as any other scripting environment.…
So let's take a look at how to launch PowerShell…and how to edit a PowerShell script.…So the first thing you'll do…on a new installation of Windows…is allow PowerShell scripts to execute.…By default, they're not allowed, they're actually restricted…so let's search for PowerShell, there it is.…I need to go in as administrator this once…
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