PowerShell script to check my backup by comparing file hashes

This sample PowerShell script compares the files in two different paths by calculating and comparing hashes for each file. I use it to compare my backup to the source data, after the backup is complete.   $SourcePath = “D:\” $BackupPath = “F:\Backup 2018-05-27\” Write-Progress -Activity “Getting File List” -PercentComplete 0 $FileList = DIR $SourcePath -Recurse…

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Links about OneDrive Ransomware Detection and OneDrive Files Restore

Blogs and Announcements Office Blogs: Defend yourself from cybercrime with new Office 365 capabilities By Kirk Koenigsbauer, Corporate Vice President for Office, Microsoft https://blogs.office.com/en-us/2018/04/05/defend-yourself-from-cybercrime-with-new-office-365-capabilities/ OneDrive Blog: OneDrive Files Restore and Windows Defender takes ransomware protection one step further By Aaron Rimmer is the OneDrive Product Marketing Group Manager, Microsoft https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/OneDrive-Blog/OneDrive-Files-Restore-and-Windows-Defender-takes-ransomware/ba-p/188001 OneDrive UserVoice: Provide Ransomware detection…

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OneDrive Files Restore – User Guide

This guide is intended to help you use the new OneDrive Files Restore feature. 1. What is Files Restore? Files Restore allows OneDrive users to restore their files and folders to a previous point in time. It provides a simple way to restore your entire OneDrive after a catastrophic event like a virus/ransomware attack or…

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Open sourcing SuperDir, a file manager for CP/M written in the 1980s

Microsoft has open sourced the 1990s File Manager for Windows 3.0 this week. You can check it out at https://github.com/Microsoft/winfile/ So I went even further and open sourced my 1980s File Manager for the CP/M OS written in Turbo Pascal, which a called SuperDir: https://github.com/Jose-Barreto/SuperDir Back then, the OS had only 6 resident commands: DIR, ERA, REN, TYPE,…

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Path to the Server (An Ode to SMB Multichannel)

Read while listening to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXQUu5Dti4g    Path to the Server On Ode to SMB Multichannel by Jose Barreto   There’s a client somewhere looking for file shares And it’s finding a path to the server When it gets there it knows it can read, write and close With a word it can get what it came…

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