Saturday, December 22, 2007

Guest blog post on

I posted a guest blog entry HERE yesterday on the PowerGadgets blog section.

"Something that has come up quite a bit is people asking how they can possibly hide sensitive information in their PowerGadgets files.  When you use the PowerGadgets Creator, your gadget is saved in a .pgf file extension which is basically XML formatted data..."

Basically, I pull together two of my other posts HERE and HERE to demonstrate how people using PowerGadgets can somewhat hide sensitive data from what are usually plain XML formatted text files.  This is definitely useful when one wants to distribute files to other PowerGadgets users, but wants to keep the details of the PowerShell commands run a secret.