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Signing Office Macros and PowerShell Scripts Part 1

Signing Code and Setting Policy

The last few years have shown that ransomware and banking trojans like Emotet and Co. like to spread via scripts and macros. The signing of scripts, especially of macros – known from Microsoft’s Office product line – is accordingly becoming increasingly important. [read the German article]

by Marco Wohler

Published on: 28.07.2020

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