If you see the IPv6 No network access from Ethernet Status dialog then you can try this tutorial. Use the Start menu then type cmd to start the Command Prompt shell and use right click choose Run as administrator. Use these commands into the shell:

You can also use… Continue Reading Error: No Internet access from IPv6 .

This tool can be found on the microsoft website and is a powerful tool. After installing the tool complete HTML documentation with useful examples. You must run this command with administrator privileges. Also, they tell us about this tool: SubInACL is a command-line tool that enables administrators to obtain security… Continue Reading Windows 10 – SubInACL tool.

In this tutorial, I will show you how important it is to read the documentation in programming. I’ll start with a simple command to detect the go language version:

Most will say there are improvements and it is normal to know them. Some of them will think that implementation… Continue Reading Go – simple or not.

NOTE: Deleting files from the WinSxS folder or deleting the entire WinSxS folder may severely damage your system so that your PC might not boot and make it impossible to update. The DISM command tool lets you deal with WinSxS folder. You can use DISM with Windows cabinet (.cab) or… Continue Reading Windows 10 – WinSxS folder and DISM tool .

According to the Microsoft official website, see the link you can change the execution priority of the processes. You can see these two examples with the wmic commands:

Today I used the wmic command to take arguments and make HTML files with output result in the same folder where you run the commands. Let’s see the commands used to solve these tasks:

You can test your Yara rules by using first the Yara command tool from windows or Linux. The last version comes with source code :

For example, this rule shows us how to find files by size:

This rule finds files by specify the size conditions MB, KB… Continue Reading Yara python module – part 003 .

To create a listing grid to show info and output from PowerShell, you can send the output to the Out-GridView cmdlet: Let’s make one example to show the output of Get-WmiObject Win32_Processor.

The result is this: