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Guy Leech
Released by last month - a 948 page pdf of all built-in commands available on recent desktop & server OS. Personally I will scan through it looking for commands I wasn't aware of although whether I remember them is a different matter entirely!
A PDF containing an overview and alphabetical listing of Windows commands
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grapeshot threepwood May 1
hey here's some light reading
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Jeff Wilson May 1
Replying to @guyrleech @Microsoft
WHOA. THE MOTHER LODE
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(((Μαχομαι/マコマイ))) May 1
CMD or Powershell 4.0?
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Jeff Wilson May 1
Replying to @guyrleech @Microsoft
Oh. It's just an HTML document printed to PDF by someone using Acrobat 5. I am disappoint.
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Jason P May 1
Def checking this out!
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Inteloperator 🍻 May 1
Replying to @guyrleech @Microsoft
thanks for sharing! I know alot of people will now have an easier life 😁😁
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Graham Sutherland [Polynomial^DSS] @ Revision May 1
Replying to @guyrleech @Microsoft
waitfor is my favourite discovery on there so far
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Alex Aymonier May 1
CMD for Powershell Get-command :-)
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Sander  ⭐ May 1
"using Acrobat 5"? I would sayg using iTextSharp ... an open source tool! Da Horror!
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Jeff Wilson May 1
The old old Microsoft would have released this as a multi-page TIFF and it would have been fast, lightweight, easy to index in Windows Search, and worked with a native viewer. The next Microsoft would have released this as an .xps file. It would have confused everyone
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Jacques Bensimon May 1
Replying to @guyrleech @Microsoft
I wonder if Edlin is covered. 😀
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Rajiv G May 1
Replying to @guyrleech @Microsoft
Thanks mate
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Hiten Desai 🏁 May 1
The download link, system requirements states servers...assume it servers only *
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Steve Patterson May 2
Only on XP and 2003 ☹
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Toby Roberts May 2
Replying to @guyrleech @Microsoft
at a loss to understand why they have not just put the HTML up instead.
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Graham Sutherland [Polynomial^DSS] @ Revision May 2
I think you misread that one. Those have restricted support, newer OS have full support.
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Guy Leech May 2
Replying to @gsuberland @Microsoft
waitfor - how cool! Works nicely for me on - now to find a practical user for it. So you've worked through all of them from a to w? I was wondering whether to start a "Lesser Known Command of the Day" tweet series ....
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Graham Sutherland [Polynomial^DSS] @ Revision May 2
Replying to @guyrleech @Microsoft
The main thing I think is cool about waitfor is that you can broadcast to the entire domain. This has some interesting applications in the security space, e.g. data exfiltration, or malware C2 comms without passing through (m)any network boundaries.
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Graham Sutherland [Polynomial^DSS] @ Revision May 2
Replying to @guyrleech @Microsoft
Discovering other compromised boxes on the network via a lesser-known inbuilt RPC is gonna fly pretty far under the wire as far as IDS/IPS goes. Nobody notices fractionally increased traffic on 445.
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