Fortify, a security scanning tool for code, has some great features but also some limiting features. Therefore I sought to use their open REST API to expand on its functionality to enhance how we are using it within the DevOps pipeline. This was of course step one to find how to authenticate with Fortify toContinue reading “How to authenticate with Fortify Security with PowerShell”
This is a quick post to put out how to set a Bearer Token using PowerShell for Invoke-RestMethod and Invoke-WebRequest as it was something I could not find a clear explaining post.
Do you use Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) for Builds and/or Releases? Do you use Resharper DotCover? Do you want to use them together? Then boy do I have an extension for you!
That might be a corny introduction, but it is exactly what I have here.
When you build your website application and you have a sign in section, most people use their own cookies to store the user information to validate the users is logged in, but with .NET MVC you can use the built in authentication to sign in, sign out and control there role.
Backing up your data is the most vital part of any business and individual person can do. This is the biggest must, but people still don’t think about it. Due to recent events I think it would be good to share my views and tips on the best solutions.