Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sage reports window fails to load with error “specified report path is invalid”

Today a customer called me with the problem of Sage reports window fails to load with error “specified report path is invalid”. Seems that they had recently moved their Sage Company data and it broke the reports section. I fixed … Continue reading

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The correct way to connect to Office 365 using PowerShell

Every time I’m sitting at a new computer and try to connect to Office 365 using PowerShell I normally have forgotten how. I google for it and often the top result is either old information or just doesn’t work. Some … Continue reading

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OS X / Mac Microsoft Remote Desktop 8.0.8 and Remote Web Workplace problem.

Update – 20/Aug/2014: This problem still exists in the 8.0.9 update. One of my customers has a Windows Server 2008 R2 (Small Business Server) setup with Remote Web Workplace allowing employees to log in via a web browser and then … Continue reading

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GameOver / Zeus takeover interesting points.

I recently read a blog post by security company FireEye which detailed some of the actions taken against the GameOver / Zeus botnet, commonly known to deploy the CryptoLocker malware that ransoms documents, photos etc. It aimed readers to a … Continue reading

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MIRROR: Simple Access to the Xero API Example using VB.NET

Note: A useful full video on how to use VB.net in Private Application mode with the Xero API is here. This is a mirror of useful content that was hosted on http://blog.itqld.com.au/2013/09/simple-access-to-xero-api-example-using.html However the above site seems to be down and … Continue reading

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RDP Brute Forcer / Infection

The following have been RDP brute forcing and, once in, copy a file from their local machine. I think it uses Adobe Air as one of the components. What confuses me more is the infected server was on a managed … Continue reading

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