Chrome’s badidea

If case you misunderstood the title, NO, Chrome is not a bad idea. It is my browser of choice for almost 10 years. It’s a great choice. However, because of the security restrictions, you may bump in pages like this: In case of invalid certificate or some other similar issues, your browser will refuse to […]

Persisting sensitive information with PowerShell

It often happens that I need to persist a password or another sensitive information strings in a file or database. When it happens I can never recall what was exactly the command I used to do so in the past. That’s why I decided to encapsulate the two operation of encrypting and decrypting a string […]

Using Git with self-signed certificate at the user level

Introduction Some time ago I wrote about Installing self-signed certificates into Git cert store. With the advent of Visual Studio 2017 and updates of the Git client I noticed the limitation of this approach. Also, updates of Visual Studio brought updates to a git client and after each update, my self signed certificate was gone. […]