PowerShell :: a macro malware sender

Simon Gurney

Simon is a sysadmin for Local Government in North Yorkshire with a real passion for security and coding.

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  1. 16th September 2016

    […] As it happens after a few run throughs of that earlier process I got rather fed up of it and created a PowerShell script to take in all the necessary information, craft the email “conversation”, connect to an SMTP server and conduct that “conversation”.  As this script is rather long though, I have given its own article which covers how to use it and then at the bottom a whole lot of information about how it all works.  You can find that here. […]

  2. 16th September 2016

    […] and it is pre-configured to output in a format that PowerShell can take as an array for my macro malware sending script.  This can be changed though as there is a definable $prefix, $suffix and $suffixForAllButLast. […]

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