The Brave Web Browser: Faster and More Secure
It is a Brave new (browser) world out there. Almost since the start of the World Wide Web, users have had different preferences of how to access it. Some like Firefox, some Safari, some Chrome, some Opera, some Chrome, some… You get the picture. The “browser wars” ebb and flow in intensity. A relatively new […]
How to Interpret a Q-Q Plot
Statisticians have developed a remarkably powerful set of tools for analyzing normally distributed data. Too bad real data is never normally distributed. Fortunately for us, most of the time “close enough” is all we really need. But how are we to know? One quick and effective method is a look at a Q-Q plot. The […]
Welcome to PowerShell!
Greetings! Welcome to Learning Tree’s new PowerShell blog! This blog provides helpful PowerShell insights, code, and techniques. We hope you’ll enjoy the posts and check back routinely for the newest ones. If you have questions, requests, or submissions of your own, please contribute! Our editors will determine if they are appropriate for the blog, and, […]
One-Touch Menus in PowerShell Console
Greetings, fellow scripters! I’ve been asked about creating simple menus many times over the past few years by both students and clients. “Is it possible to offer the script user a multiple choice menu?” is the typical question. “Yes,” is my typical answer. Those of you in my generation remember the DOS era, during which […]
What is Credential Stuffing and Why Should I Care?
You should know by now that using common passwords is a bad idea. And you may have heard of recent password breaches and that you should change passwords on breached sites. But there is an additional threat: credential stuffing. Whenever there is a breach where usernames or email addresses are disclosed and can be matched […]