Welcome back to IT Pro Tuesday!

On the latest episode of the Security Swarm Podcast:The Permissions Management Nightmare in SharePoint Online,” we discuss the frustrations and challenges IT admins face when managing permissions and ways you can regain control over your access management.

We’re also looking for your favorite tips and tools we can share with the community… those that help you do your job better and more easily. Please reply or leave a comment with your suggestions, and we’ll be featuring them in the coming weeks.

As always, we’re updating the full list on our website here. Enjoy.

A Free Tool

Sergei Strelec’s WinPE is a great WinPE build with a truly enormous list of software that covers all areas. Includes tools for diagnostics, backup and recovery, drive utilities, DOS programs, networking, Win installation and more. sleepmaster91 adds, “if you think HBCD and UBCD are good, wait until you see how much is packed in Strelec. Been using it since 2017; never looked back.”


A Cheatsheet

Cheat.sh provides unified access to the world’s best community-driven documentation repositories. Its simple interface gives access to an impressive range of 56 programming languages, several DBMSes, and over 1000 essential UNIX/Linux commands. Offering StackOverflow-level cheat sheets, it requires no installation and boasts lightning-fast response times. The optional CLI client seamlessly integrates with code editors to eliminate the need for a browser, and the unique ‘stealth mode’ allows for entirely invisible and silent use. Our appreciation for this recommendation goes to Hoolies.


Another Free Tool

Mail PassView is a compact, straightforward password-recovery tool designed to unveil essential account information from most major email clients. The user-friendly interface displays the following fields for each account: Account Name, Application, Email, Server, Server Type (POP3/IMAP/SMTP), User Name, and Password. stompy1 says, “Mailpv is great to get people off imap into Exchange, as you can script and scoop passwords.”


Yet Another Free Tool

wallabag is a versatile self-hosted application designed to effortlessly save and organize web pages, keeping online content organized and readily accessible. With its intuitive GUI, users can conveniently store and categorize articles, allowing for easy retrieval whenever you’re ready to read later on. Keeps online content organized and readily accessible. Kalc_DK recommends it “for managing links/content that goes into your knowledge base.”


Training Resource

Craft Computing is an engaging YouTube channel dedicated to homelabs, gaming, tutorials, reviews, news, and other IT-related content. Jeff offers a unique and refreshing perspective on tech-related topics that brings a bit of fun along with a lot of solid, useful information. Kindly suggested by Maudib420.


P.S. Bonus Free Tools

ClipClip is a clipboard management software for Windows that handles copy/paste and storage for multiple texts, images, and files. Effortlessly access the latest clips, explore and search through them, or save them with customized titles and folders for quick access later on. chrishunterdev likes that it “gives you like 30+ copy/pasta history.”

Working Copy is a robust Git client for iOS that provides users with seamless access to their Git repositories on the move. Its versatile functionalities enables you to effortlessly clone, edit, commit, and push changes while granting access to repositories for other applications. By enabling convenient offline commits and accommodating shifting network coverage, it ensures a smooth user experience, making it an excellent companion for code review and discussions, even beyond coding tasks on iOS. Our thanks for this one go to originalchronoguy.